Latest Notes

Note IDStart Time (US/Mountain)End Time (US/Mountain)EntrantNote
15570 14 Aug 2020 @ 1730 --- JSJ Low perpetual spouting. No episodic tall eruptions as in some previous years.
13492 01 Sep 2019 @ 1558 01 Sep 2019 @ 1607 steve After yesterday’s strong activity I was surprised to see Artesia off for these 9 minutes. The eruption at 1607 was bug followed by another ay 1609
13350 05 Aug 2019 @ 1532 --- JSJ Constant, moderately low perpetual spouting - same as in June 2019. No episodic tall spouting as in 2018.
11805 14 Jun 2019 @ 1405 --- JSJ Constant, moderately low perpetual spouting. No episodic tall spouting as in 2018. See attachment.
11622 07 Jun 2019 @ 1237 --- CrisG continuous surging to 2-3'.
11407 28 May 2019 @ 1808 28 May 2019 @ 1815 jkgood Steady discharge with periods of heavier surging but never to more than two or three feet
9706 13 Aug 2018 @ 1914 13 Aug 2018 @ 1934 minissa During this short period of observation, noted periods of voluminous, Artemesia-like splashing so geyser was cycling roughly every minute from a height of a few inches to a height of 10-15 feet. Similar to findings of James St. John 8/4 when he observed for a much longer period
9488 05 Aug 2018 @ 2030 --- JSJ Based on a 1 hour, 8 minute long time lapse taken yesterday, Artesia Geyser is having "big" eruptions once every 1.06 minutes, on average. There were 64 eruptions in 68 minutes (1152 to 1300 on 4 August 2018).
8622 10 Jun 2018 @ 1633 --- JSJ Low perpetual spouting.
1207 03 Jun 2014 @ 1200 03 Jun 2014 @ 1800 JSJ Artesia Geyser was engaged in moderately low perpetual spouting behavior, but without occasional taller spouting as has been seen in previous years - observed in the late afternoon on 3 June 2014.
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04 Aug 2018 @ 1241 JSJ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZGhDc_dHi4#t=13m28s Clips 21-35 of this video compilation (time stamp 13:28 to the end) show Artesia Geyser eruptions during the late morning & early afternoon of 4 August 2018.
03 Aug 2018 @ 1916 JSJ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZGhDc_dHi4#t=8m06s Clips 10-20 of this video compilation (time stamp 8:06 to 13:27) show Artesia Geyser eruptions during the evening of 3 August 2018.
02 Aug 2018 @ 1842 JSJ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZGhDc_dHi4 Clips 1-9 of this video compilation (beginning to time stamp 8:05) show Artesia Geyser eruptions during the evening of 2 August 2018.
04 Aug 2018 @ 1241 JSJ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0UAQEiJpc8 Time lapse of Artesia Geyser on 4 August 2018 - 64 eruptions in 68 minutes.
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