|Time Entered:||2017-07-29 00:54:35|
|Time Updated:||2017-12-10 15:22:13|
|Time Uploaded:||2017-12-10 15:20:50|
|Observer:||James St. John|
|Comments:||Decent-sized eruptions from a vent in the Sprinkler Geyser complex (Sprinkler Group, Lower Geyser Basin). Have never seen this vent behave this way before - eruptions are on the scale of summer 2014's Little Crack Geyser and Vertical Geyser activity. Eruptions are coming from a vent at 44° 33' 15.25" North latitude, 110° 48' 39.70" West longitude (using 2016 satellite photos & Google Earth coordinates). This is ~4.25 meters southeast of West Sprinkler Geyser. It is the westernmost vent in the Sprinkler Geyser complex. Filmed several of these (see attachment). Observed eruptions at: 1413 to 1414, 1452 to 1453, 1528 to 1529, 1606 to mid-1607, 1635 to 1636, 1710 to 1711, 1749 to 1750, 1826 to 1827, early 1904 to 1905 + ~15s, 2017 to 2018 (double interval), and 2055 to early 2056. Observed closed intervals: 39m, 36m, 38m, 29m, 35m, 37m, 38m, 38m. Double interval: 73m.|
|Video compilation (beginning to time stamp 6:48) of Spinkler Geyser's afternoon eruptions on 28 July 2017.|
Time Entered:2017-09-10 20:34:59
Time Updated:2017-09-10 20:39:23
Time Uploaded:2017-09-10 20:39:15
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