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Note IDStart Time (US/Mountain)End Time (US/Mountain)EntrantNote
6267 07 Jun 2017 @ 1336 07 Jun 2017 @ 1353 JSJ Watched UNNG-WSG-5 (= UWGNN016) (West Side Group, Upper Geyser Basin) for almost 2 hours. Geyser is ~40 meters southeast of Bigfoot Spring (a.k.a. UWGNN009). Viewed from Daisy Trail. It has frequent eruptions, both "major" (= longer) and minor (= shorter in duration). Minors usually have ~1 minute intervals & ~4 to 6 second durations. "Majors" were usually ~15 to 25 seconds long. The first minor after a "major" is especially low/wimpy. The following are eruptions observed before getting a good feel for activity (i.e., didn't note major or minor for all of them): 1336 (for ~0.25m), 1338 to 1339, late 1340 to 1341, 1342 (minor, <5s), earliest 1344 (minor, <5s), late 1344 (minor/brief), late 1345 (minor/brief), late 1346, early 1348, early 1349, near-early 1350, 1351, and 1352.
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07 Jun 2017 @ 1353 JSJ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGDFCiquKrc Video compilation of UNNG-WSG-5's "major" eruptions during the afternoon of 7 June 2017.
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