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Cook Inlet

Glacial runoff, tides, winds, waves, and phytoplankton make the waters of Alaska's Cook Inlet turbid, especially in its northern reaches up toward Anchorage (partly visible in the larger image).

The above Landsat 8 image was collected on July 14, 2020. Click on it to get a much larger (80 megabyte) version.