Last Known Eruption
13d 10h 10m ago

Latest Eruptions

Eruption DurationInterval
05 Aug 2019 @ 1114 ie2h 0m
05 Aug 2019 @ 0914 ie1y 44d 20h 33m
21 Jun 2018 @ 1241 ie289d 37m
05 Sep 2017 @ 12043y 307d 18h 8m
02 Nov 2013 @ 1756 ie1d 34m
01 Nov 2013 @ 17225d 6h 22m
27 Oct 2013 @ 1100 ie18h 15m
26 Oct 2013 @ 1645 ie103d 5h 30m
15 Jul 2013 @ 1115

Interval Statistics

Interval Count8
Min2h 0m
Max3y 307d 18h 8m
Mean276d 11h 59m
Median54d 5h 56m

Latest Notes

Note IDStart Time (US/Mountain)End Time (US/Mountain)EntrantNote
2939 01 Jun 2016 @ 1519 --- MAB huge splash seen from overlook - it might have been something else from that angle
5374 17 Aug 1981 @ 1800 --- research-mab 8/17/1981- Collapsed Cave Spring B) described on Aug 6 is much more active today. Its water is very light gray, & almost clear and has bursts of up to 20’. There was also a ~1min period of quiescence before the bursts would occur again. A geyser! This geyser can be seen from the Whirligig area of bd. wk, appears No of Blue G - commonly called “Collapsed Cave”
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