|Time Entered:||2018-08-06 20:52:31|
|Time Updated:||2018-10-07 22:27:10|
|Time Uploaded:||2018-10-07 22:27:11|
|Observer:||James St. John|
|Comments:||Usual cycling between relatively energetic splashing and low pool, with spitting from small back vent (for at least one eruption during the 1+ hour of observation, the low pool & back vent spitting did not happen - water calmed down a bit but did not significantly lower). 1529-on: water lowered out of sight and did not return; no more eruptions. Could still hear subterranean gurgling. Did a time lapse from 1435 to 1542. See attachments.|
|Time lapse video of Shell Spring's eruptive cycles during the afternoon of 6 August 2018, followed by a relatively deep drain.|
Time Entered:2018-08-24 21:26:13
Time Uploaded:2018-08-24 21:26:13
|https://www.flickr.com/photos/jsjgeology/44530143112||Photo (out of 4) of Shell Spring erupting during the afternoon of 6 August 2018.|
Time Entered:2018-09-09 17:13:38
Time Uploaded:2018-09-09 17:13:38
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