Sediments from Ord and Victoria Rivers in Joseph Bonaparte Gulf, Australia – November 17th, 201013S 128.0E
Thick tan sediments from the Ord and Victoria Rivers drain into the Joseph Bonaparte Gulf, a large body of water off the coast of the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
Visible to the south is Lake Argyle, Australia’s second largest artificial lake by volume. It is part of the Ord River Irrigation Scheme, and its primary inflow is the Ord River. The Bow River and many other smaller creeks also flow into the dam.