Fan and Mortar Geysers are two geysers in the Upper Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park. For the past several decades, they have erupted in concert with one another and are generally talked about together. The records detailing these geysers' known eruptive history shows that they have been infrequent and irregular performers.
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... The geysers follow a series of cycles of minor activity prior to a major eruption ... Normally Fan and Mortar will erupt shortly after lock is achieved but it is not certain ... Generally the geysers are known to erupt during the completion of the above cycle, although there have been eruptions that begin with Lower Mortar, and ever ...
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