|Date/Time From:||2019-06-09 @ 0800|
|Date/Time To:||2019-06-09 @ 1600|
|Observer:||YVO Porkchop Logger & YVO Gray Lakes Tributary Logger|
|Time Entered:||2019-06-10 09:04:28|
|Time Uploaded:||2019-06-10 09:04:28|
|Note:||Several spikes show up on both loggers which line up almost perfectly from about 0800 till 1600. See attachments. Theorising it could be a feature somewhere between the Lakes and Porkchop which, while erupting, causes both the Lakes and Porkchop to rise in temperature (and, at the end of such an eruption, drop in temperature simultaniously). Wouldn't be surprised if it were to be the Lakes themselves.|
|https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZocFvaFrG2Wek4stOK3j7h4eN-LStw5O||Gray Lakes Tributary trace.||Entrant: JarnoO|
Time Entered:2019-06-10 09:05:26
Time Uploaded:2019-06-10 09:05:26
|https://drive.google.com/open?id=1lZJxkVAN1sF2s5EQsvXAfNEMGa8h0Iue||Porkchop logger trace.||Entrant: JarnoO|
Time Entered:2019-06-10 09:05:51
Time Uploaded:2019-06-10 09:05:51
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