|Date/Time From:||2016-06-03 @ 1321|
|Date/Time To:||2016-06-03 @ 1633|
|Observer:||James St. John|
|Time Entered:||2016-06-03 22:40:27|
|Time Updated:||2019-03-26 20:31:46|
|Time Uploaded:||2019-03-26 20:30:58|
|Note:||UNNG-GHG-7 ("Son of Beach Geyser") observed to have occasional gradual basin-filling events (or near-basin filling events), followed by pulsing, followed by still water level, followed by drain. This is consistent with observed summer 2015 activity. Also - the small unnamed feature (here nicknamed "Orange Halo Spring"), which is located between UNNG-GHG-7 (= 2.1 meters north of that) & Beach Geyser (2.2 meters southeast of that) (the vent is centered at 44° 27' 52.44" North, 110° 49' 47.05" West) was observed to irregularly alternate between having an empty basin and having low spitting episodes. See attachment.|
|Clips 2-9 of this video compilation (time stamp 0:31 to 2:34) show Son of Beach Geyser's activity in the afternoon of 3 June 2016.||Entrant: JSJ|
Time Entered:2019-03-26 20:32:14
Time Uploaded:2019-03-26 20:32:14
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