Photo gallery of Lokbatan mud volcano - Azerbaijan - by Martin Hovland
Dry mud flows on Lokbatan mud volcano, which is partially covered by vegetation.
Dry mud flow on Lokbatan, partially covered by vegetation. The summit of the mud volcano is in the background.
Temperature measurement in extremely dry mud on, Lokbatan. It is inferred that gas is seeping through this location.
Same as above, close-up. .
The edge of the salt lake (lagune) next to the foot of Lokbatan mud volcano, seen in the background. Håkon Rueslåtten is on the salt crust, for scale. The word 'Lokbatan' means: "Where the camels get stuck".
A close-up to the salt on the lagune floor, Lokbatan.
Salt production on the lagune, Lokbtan.
Lokbatan mud volcano and oil field in the background. Man collecting salt from the Lokbatan lagune. The Lokbatan mud volcano had a violent eruption in October 2001. This picture was taken in May, 2002.
The author (left) and Henrik Svensen collecting samples of the fluids and salt on the salt lagune adjacent to Lokbatan mud volcano.