The seep field is a destination for geology students. (If you find it in Google Maps, the image shows a caravan of parked vehicles and people walking around.) Treat it with respect if you come here. First, it lies on hot mud and soft ground, and you can get your legs very dirty if you aren't careful. Second, the Davis-Schrimpf seep field is a precious scientific locality, a rare example on land of a spreading ridge covered with sediment. The seep field is fun to visit, but it's not a plaything.
|The Seep Field||Gryphons||Gryphons and Red Hill||Mud Flows on Gryphons|
|Gryphon Mud Eruption||Fluid Mudflow||Mud Shield||Gryphon Mud|
|Mud Volcano Brine Pool||Twin Peaks in a Gryphon||Mud Pots||Hydrocarbon Mud Pot|