Note 7629

Date/Time From:1984-02-11 @ 1140
Date/Time To:1984-02-11 @ 1211
Observer:Hutchinson Field Notes - Box 74
Time Entered:2017-10-01 19:13:37
Time Uploaded:2017-10-01 19:13:37
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Note:02/11/1984 Each eruption was a steamy heavy spray emerging from under the northeast ledge or rim which was ejected horizontally to the south for a distance of approximately 5 meters. A barely perceptible rise in water level of less than 5 cm with an increase in horizontal flow of superheated bubbles across the pools surface form the northeast rim was the only sign that the next play was imminent. Mid interval activity was continuous splashing 0.4-1.2m from the central east portion of the cloudy dark blue gray pool.

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