GOSA Transactions, Volume III, 1992




186 pages.

  • Yellowstone Geysers Known Active in 1990. Report on Geyser Observations, 3-18 August, 1990.
  • The “Big Cub-Lioness-Beehive” Connection.
  • “Mugwump”- How and why the name was applied to Three Crater Geyser, Three Sisters Springs.
  • Major Geyser Activity in the Round Spring Group, May 25-26, 1990.
  • Notes on Fluctuations in the Runoff from Spiteful Geyser. Jewel Geyser Update – 1990.
  • Whistle Geyser, Black Sand Basin, Observations of July 18, 1991.
  • Activity of the Fountain Geyser Complex [1990].
  • 1991 Activity of Morning Geyser and other Features in the Fountain Complex: Part I, May 4 and 5, 1991; Part II, July 4-7, 1991; Part III, August 9-29, 1991.
  • Pinto Geyser in History: Its “Arsenic”, “Twentieth Century”, and “Fireball” Alter Egos. Will the Real Arsenic Geyser Please Stand Up?
  • Eruptive Activity by Black Pool, August 15, 1991.
  • Notes on Buried Geyser, Lone Star Geyser Basin.
  • Observations at Shoshone Geyser Basin, July 17-18, 1991.
  • Hot Springs of the Central Part of the Shoshone Geyser Basin.
  • On the Modern Identity of Three Historic Hot Spring Names, Heart Lake Geyser Basin.
  • A Brief Update about United States Geyser Localities other than YNP and Umnak Island, Alaska.
  • Geyser Activity on the Beowawe Terrace, Beowawe, Nevada: an Historic and 1980’s Summary.
  • The Geysers of Umnak Island, Alaska.
  • A Bibliography of the Geysers of the World, excluding the United States.
  • Geyser Eruption Angle, Form and Frequency as a Function of Geyser Age.
  • Annual basin-Wide Disturbances Along the Firehole River – A Very Speculative Thought.


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