Geysers

Some articles on geysers, geyser:

Big Sulphur Creek - Course
... The creek originates on Pine Mountain in the Geysers area, near the Lake County line ... North of Mercuryville, it meets Geysers Road, which it parallels the rest of the way to the City of Cloverdale ... After Hot Springs Creek and Cobb Creek enter from the right, Big Sulphur Creek passes Geysers Resort and Eagle Rock ...
The Geysers - Induced Seismicity
... Current studies of The Geysers Geothermal Field seismicity have reached the conclusion that deep-well injection in the field produces mostly microseismic events ... lengths indicates that a M5.0 is the largest possible (but not probable) event in the Geysers ... There are no mapped faults of large length in The Geysers, so it is extremely unlikely that induced seismicity caused by activities in The Geysers will lead to ...
Big Cub Geyser
... Big Cub Geyser is a geyser in the Upper Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park in the United States ... Big Cub is part of the Lion's Group of geysers, a cluster of geysers that all share an underground connection ... The other geysers in this group are Lion Geyser, Lioness Geyser, and Little Cub Geyser ...
Fan And Mortar Geysers
... Fan and Mortar Geysers are two geysers in the Upper Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park ... The records detailing these geysers' known eruptive history shows that they have been infrequent and irregular performers ...
The Geysers - History
... The first recorded discovery of The Geysers was in 1847 during John Fremont's survey of the Sierra Mountains and the Great Basin by William Bell Elliot ... Elliot called the area "The Geysers," although the geothermal features he discovered were not technically geysers, but fumaroles ... Soon after, in 1852, The Geysers was developed into a spa for The Geysers Resort Hotel, which attracted the likes of Ulysses S ...