[Geysers] Q regarding mud pots at Imperial Geyser

TSBryan at aol.com TSBryan at aol.com
Wed Oct 20 07:30:31 PDT 2010

Mud pots can change, new ones appear. But as for mud pots around Imperial,  
this is not new. I can do no better than quote from Allen & Day: "The  
Imperial Group includes Imperial and Spray Geysers and a considerable number of  
small mud-pots and mud-springs surrounding the former..."
Scott Bryan
In a message dated 10/19/2010 5:03:58 P.M. US Mountain Standard Time,  
mwjohnson at lanl.gov writes:

When my  wife and I hiked out to Imperial Geyser (OK, *New* Imperial 
Geyser) last  month, we noticed what looked like the beginnings of a mud pot very 
near the  trail on the "upstream" side of the old Imperial crater.  I've 
never seen  anything about mud pots at or near Imperial in any of the sources 
I've  consulted (certainly not an exhaustive list) and have been wondering 
whether  this is a new feature.  Anybody got anything on it?  I can post a  
not-very-impressive photograph if there's  interest.

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