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Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...
Service road crossing an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with crystallised patterns and shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain....  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Service road crossing an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with crystallised patterns and shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain....
Service road crossing an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with crystallised patterns and shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain....  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Service road crossing an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with crystallised patterns and shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain....
Slow motion clip of Wood ants (Formica rufa) on anthill, squirting formic acid to repel threat, Bavaria, Germany, April.  -  Konrad  Wothe
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Konrad Wothe / Slow motion clip of Wood ants (Formica rufa) on anthill, squirting formic acid to repel threat, Bavaria, Germany, April.
Wood Ant (Formica rufa) worker protecting the nest by jetting formic acid from its tail. Endemic to Europe and Asia. Surrey, UK.  -  Kim Taylor
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Kim Taylor / Wood Ant (Formica rufa) worker protecting the nest by jetting formic acid from its tail. Endemic to Europe and Asia. Surrey, UK.
Volunteers from Essex and Suffolk Water helping to clear gorse from heathland at Minsmere RSPB reserve, Suffolk, UK, February 2011. 2020VISION Book Plate.  -  Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION
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Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION / Volunteers from Essex and Suffolk Water helping to clear gorse from heathland at Minsmere RSPB reserve, Suffolk, UK, February 2011. 2020VISION Book Plate.
Volunteers from Essex and Suffolk Water helping to clear gorse from heathland at Minsmere RSPB reserve, Suffolk, UK, February 2011.  -  Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION
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Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION / Volunteers from Essex and Suffolk Water helping to clear gorse from heathland at Minsmere RSPB reserve, Suffolk, UK, February 2011.
David Tipling, 2020VISION photographer, working at Wetleton Heath, Minsmere RSPB reserve, Suffolk, UK, February 2011. Model released  -  Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION
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Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION / David Tipling, 2020VISION photographer, working at Wetleton Heath, Minsmere RSPB reserve, Suffolk, UK, February 2011. Model released
Forestry workers with "forwarder" machine, removing felled timber from Dunwich Forest, Suffolk, UK, February 2011. Non-native Corsican pine trees planted in 1990 are gradually being removed by the For...  -  Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION
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Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION / Forestry workers with "forwarder" machine, removing felled timber from Dunwich Forest, Suffolk, UK, February 2011. Non-native Corsican pine trees planted in 1990 are gradually being removed by the For...
RSPB reserves staff removing birch trees from heathland and chipping waste for recycling, at Minsmere nature reserve, Suffolk, UK. February 2011.  -  Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION
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Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION / RSPB reserves staff removing birch trees from heathland and chipping waste for recycling, at Minsmere nature reserve, Suffolk, UK. February 2011.
RSPB reserves staff scraping heath surface layer and litter at Dunwich Heath National Trust reserve, Suffolk, UK. This promotes a mosaic of new heather growth on the mature heath, while simultaneously...  -  Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION
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Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION / RSPB reserves staff scraping heath surface layer and litter at Dunwich Heath National Trust reserve, Suffolk, UK. This promotes a mosaic of new heather growth on the mature heath, while simultaneously...
RSPB reserves staff thinning woodland encroaching onto heath at Westleton Heath (Natural England), Suffolk, UK, February 2011.  -  Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION
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Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION / RSPB reserves staff thinning woodland encroaching onto heath at Westleton Heath (Natural England), Suffolk, UK, February 2011.
Apatite (Ca5(PO4)3F, fluorapatite), used in the production of phosphate fertilizers and the production of salts of phosphoric acid and phosporous, a common mineral. Sample from Slyudyanka, Baikal regi...  -  John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Apatite (Ca5(PO4)3F, fluorapatite), used in the production of phosphate fertilizers and the production of salts of phosphoric acid and phosporous, a common mineral. Sample from Slyudyanka, Baikal regi...
Pyrite (FeS2, iron sulfide), known as 'Fool's Gold'. Formerly used in the production of sulfuric acid. Sample from Concepcion de Oro, Zacatecas State, Mexico.  -  John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Pyrite (FeS2, iron sulfide), known as 'Fool's Gold'. Formerly used in the production of sulfuric acid. Sample from Concepcion de Oro, Zacatecas State, Mexico.
Wood Ant (Formica rufa) workers on top of their nest synchronise ejection of formic acid droplets to maximise deterrent effect on potential predator, UK. Commended in the Audubon Society of Greater De...  -  Kim Taylor
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Kim Taylor / Wood Ant (Formica rufa) workers on top of their nest synchronise ejection of formic acid droplets to maximise deterrent effect on potential predator, UK. Commended in the Audubon Society of Greater De...
Wood Ant (Formica rufa) workers defending the nest by ejecting droplets of formic acid, UK.  -  Kim Taylor
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Kim Taylor / Wood Ant (Formica rufa) workers defending the nest by ejecting droplets of formic acid, UK.
Wood Ant worker curling tail ready to eject formic acid at intruder. UK, captive  -  Kim Taylor
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Kim Taylor / Wood Ant worker curling tail ready to eject formic acid at intruder. UK, captive
Red Wood Ant (Formica rufa) colony reacting in defensive behavior by spraying formic acid from a gland in rear of their abdomens, Sweden  -  Konrad Wothe
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Konrad Wothe / Red Wood Ant (Formica rufa) colony reacting in defensive behavior by spraying formic acid from a gland in rear of their abdomens, Sweden
Service road crossing an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with crystallised patterns and shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain....  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Service road crossing an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with crystallised patterns and shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain....
Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric aci...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric aci...
Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond into saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric acid, used for phosphate...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond into saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric acid, used for phosphate...
Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric aci...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric aci...
Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric aci...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric aci...
Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric aci...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric aci...
Barriers built in saltmarsh around abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phospho...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Barriers built in saltmarsh around abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phospho...
Abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum. Huelva, Southern Spain. Saltmarshes of the Rio Tinto estuary surround the pond. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the man...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum. Huelva, Southern Spain. Saltmarshes of the Rio Tinto estuary surround the pond. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the man...
Wall of dam, built around abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric acid,...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Wall of dam, built around abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric acid,...
Abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric acid, used for phosphate-based...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric acid, used for phosphate-based...
Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...
Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...
Service road crossing an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with crystallised patterns and shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain....  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Service road crossing an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with crystallised patterns and shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain....
Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric aci...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric aci...
Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...
Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...
Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...
Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radi...
Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric acid,...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric acid,...
Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum. Huelva, Southern Spain. Saltmarshes of the RioTinto estuary surround the pond.  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Crystallised patterns in an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum. Huelva, Southern Spain. Saltmarshes of the RioTinto estuary surround the pond.
Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Railway lines pass nearby. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the ma...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Railway lines pass nearby. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the ma...
Service road crossing an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with crystallised patterns and shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain....  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Service road crossing an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum with crystallised patterns and shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain....
Service road crossing an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum, with crystallised patterns and shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain....  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Service road crossing an abandoned pond used for the disposal and stacking of phosphogypsum, with crystallised patterns and shallow, but highly toxic radioactive green water in Huelva, Southern Spain....
Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric aci...  -  Milan Radisics
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Milan Radisics / Coloured water leaking from photogypsum storage pond creates tidal channels in saltmarsh habitat. Huelva, Southern Spain. Phosphogypsum is a radioactive by-product in the manufacture of phosphoric aci...
Acid grassland with scattered Birch (Betula sp) trees in mist, at sunrise. Klein Schietveld, Brasschaat, Belgium. July 2019.  -  Bernard Castelein
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Bernard Castelein / Acid grassland with scattered Birch (Betula sp) trees in mist, at sunrise. Klein Schietveld, Brasschaat, Belgium. July 2019.
German short-haired pointer standing in acid grassland.  -  David Pike
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David Pike / German short-haired pointer standing in acid grassland.
Ancient Sessile Oak (Quercus petrea) woodland and sheep pasture in autumn colour and the Ffridd; open land with acid grassland, bracken, exposed rock and scrub in the background, Brecon Beacons Nation...  -  Will Watson
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Will Watson / Ancient Sessile Oak (Quercus petrea) woodland and sheep pasture in autumn colour and the Ffridd; open land with acid grassland, bracken, exposed rock and scrub in the background, Brecon Beacons Nation...
Scientist examining river water to tests for platypus DNA. Cesar Research Laboratory, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. June, 2017.Model released.  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Scientist examining river water to tests for platypus DNA. Cesar Research Laboratory, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. June, 2017.Model released.
A Limestone Pavement with well developed Clints (blocks) and Grykes (gaps). This is Carboniferous age limestone, part of a large area of Karst above Austwick, Yorkshire, UK. Slightly acidic rainfall,...  -  Graham Eaton
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Graham Eaton / A Limestone Pavement with well developed Clints (blocks) and Grykes (gaps). This is Carboniferous age limestone, part of a large area of Karst above Austwick, Yorkshire, UK. Slightly acidic rainfall,...
A Limestone Pavement with well developed Clints (blocks) and Grykes (gaps). This is Carboniferous age limestone, part of a large area of Karst above Austwick, Yorkshire, UK. Slightly acidic rainfall,...  -  Graham Eaton
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Graham Eaton / A Limestone Pavement with well developed Clints (blocks) and Grykes (gaps). This is Carboniferous age limestone, part of a large area of Karst above Austwick, Yorkshire, UK. Slightly acidic rainfall,...
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