Eruption 1082218

Geyser:Other Geyser
Time Entered:2019-06-02 21:36:41
Time Updated:2019-06-23 14:58:44
Time Uploaded:2019-06-23 15:58:12
Observer:James St. John
Comments:"Singlet Geyser", located southwest of Doublet Pool, in the vicinity of 44° 27' 51.22" North latitude, 110° 49' 27.32" West longitude. Didn't catch all eruptions, but would alternate between frequent, fairly brief eruptions (= low to moderately low splashing, sometimes moderately noisy for such a small feature) with periods of relative quiet (or full pool pulsing). Eruptions at 1418, 1420, late 1421 to 1422, 1427, 1516 to 1517, 1519, 1522 to 1524 (a more vigorous eruption, but still involving mild splashing), 1528 to 1529, 1601, 1621 to 1622, 1623 to 1627 (a longer eruption), 1720, 1721 to 1722, 1726 to 1727, and 1729 to early 1732. Ceased observations after this.

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