mud pot

mud pot

[′məd ‚pät]
(geology)
A type of hot spring which contains boiling mud, typically sulfurous and often multicolored; tends to be associated with geysers and other hot springs in volcanic zones. Also known as painted pot; sulfur-mud pool.
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Tender notice number : KBKTR GP1/2017-18 - Supply of Mud pot ID:2018_DP_186725_1
I am a long way from being a geologist, but I can explain in lay terms how a mud pot, fumarole [steam vent] or a geyser works," Koberlein said.
Now I value the conservation of the Ghaf tree even more," Vrunika said as she proudly put the Ghaf seed into her mud pot, with the hope that it will grow.
Another pub Mud Pot has been served a notice in this regard.
The event featured various games, including laddoo (Indian sweet) eating, tug-of-war and traditional 'Matka Phod' (breaking a mud pot hanging at a height) by group of men forming a human pyramid.
This national park is home to every type of volcano in the world, steam vents, mud pots and hot springs, similar to Yellowstone but with just a fraction of the visitors.
At the background we show the oven, of which those mud pots are put in to gain their strength and resistance against water.
More than three million tourists who annually visit Yellowstone can see the area's steaming fissures, bubbling mud pots, and explosive geysers from many roadside stops.
Because of this, there are bubbling mud pots and steaming geysers here.
Get off the |beaten track with Pura Adventure's 4x4 self-drive, visiting the volcanoes and bubbling mud pots of Rincon de la Vieja National Park and exploring the exceptionally biodiverse Corcovado National Park.
The in Get off the beaten track with Pura |Adventure's 4x4 self-drive, visiting the volcanoes and bubbling mud pots of Rincon de la Vieja National Park and exploring the exceptionally biodiverse Corcovado National Park.