[Geysers] Mapping Help

Udo Freund udofreund317 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 9 20:18:29 PST 2013

Forgot to mention that Yellowstone has had some earthquakes that might
cause things to actually move around over the course of several years since
GIS surveys were done.

Udo Freund
On Nov 9, 2013 5:21 PM, "Will Boekel" <wolveslax65 at comcast.net> wrote:

>   Scott,
> Thanks for the advice about using the RCN data. I have been using that
> resource and it has been very helpful most of the time. However many of the
> coordinates in their database are a bit off and most of the pictures are of
> the geyser’s vent and not a location photo. In an area that has a few
> geysers all within a few feet of each other it is sometimes hard to figure
> out where the slightly off RCN marker belongs (I have had cases where the
> marker was pretty much equidistant from 3 holes and I had no idea which one
> it belonged to).
> Thank you for the help,
> Will Boekel
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