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Diatomaceous Earth near Soos / CZ
Czech Republic

Soos is a famous nature reserve in the western Czech Republic, mineral springs and numerous so called mofettes, carbon dioxide gas emissions to the surface due to the through volcanism and tectonic shifts in the underground .


The emerging over thousands of mineral waters left a thick layer of salts and minerals, for most plants and animals  not habitable, so that this sets a very special fauna and flora. The mineralization of the water promotes the growth of diatoms. their remains in the form of diatomaceous earth deposits are powerful.

The reserve is developed with an interesting trail up on a boardwalk and really worth a visit!

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Copyright: Martin Hertel
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Uploaded: 12/06/2011
Atualizado: 16/06/2014
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Tags: diatomaceous earth soos; cz; nature; bog
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