[Geysers] Chilean Earthquake and Yellowstone/El Tatio

Alan Glennon glennon at gmail.com
Wed Mar 10 17:51:06 PST 2010

I have received no reports of changes at El Tatio. Post-earthquake tourist
videos created after the quake show expected activity. Would like to hear if
others have heard reports otherwise. High-resolution monitoring activity
should be ongoing as part of the geothermal energy development program
ongoing at the site, though it seems unlikely that such data would be

Concerning earthquakes proximal to El Tatio, from my twitter account
http://twitter.com/glennon --
6.3 mag earthquake, March 4, ~33 km west of El Tatio Geysers, Chile.
5:11 PM Mar 5th <http://twitter.com/glennon/status/10051558720> via web

Alan Glennon
UCSB Geography

On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 3:40 AM, r maurer <rpmaurer at msn.com> wrote:

>  Hello everybody,
> Ive been wondering (knowing how fragile geysers are) how they geysers in
> Yellowstone and the geysers in the El Tatio group in Chile have been
> affected by the quake.  I supposed any change in the park would be minimal
> but El Tatio was VERY close to the quake and its aftershocks.  I also
> suspect that because of the quake, not many people have been to EL Tatio
> long enough to notice any changes.
> Thanks,
> Ryan Maurer
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