Tuz Gölü, Turkey
The 100 m false-colour image of 1 April 2016 shows us Lake Tuz, the second largest lake in Turkey with its 1,665 km² surface area and one of the largest hypersaline lakes in the world. The lake, occupying a tectonic depression in the central plateau of Turkey, is fed by two major streams, groundwater, and surface water, but has no outlet. Brackish marshes have formed where channels and streams enter the lake. Arable fields surround the lake, except in the south and southwest where extensive seasonally flooded salt-steppe occurs.