|Time Entered:||2015-05-21 23:06:12|
|Time Updated:||2019-04-24 09:35:34|
|Time Uploaded:||2019-05-13 21:36:09|
|Observer:||James St. John|
|Comments:||First bubbling/roiling in a still pool at 1125. Progressively heavier bubbling/roiling to 1129. First small splash at 1130 (here defined as the eruption start). Possible subterranean thump at 1132. Eruption itself consisted of continuous bubbling and roiling with somewhat intermittent low splashing. Pool overflow started at 1134. Eruption done at 1136. Pool's water level dropped moderately quickly. Dog's Leg Spring water level lowered to out of sight during Corporal eruption. After the eruption, water level back up in Dog's Leg. Occasional deep burbling/gurgling/subterranean spitting in Dog's Leg during Corporal eruption. See attachment.|
|Video compilation of Corporal Geyser's eruptions in the latest morning & earliest afternoon of 21 May 2015.|
Time Entered:2019-04-24 09:36:26
Time Uploaded:2019-04-24 09:36:26
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