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The Faces Behind The Old Faithful Webcam

Carolyn Aaronson, Webcam Operator

Do you ever look at the Old Faithful Geyser webcam?

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Yellowstone Geophysicist To Present Old Faithful Findings In Jackson

Old Faithful

Geophysicist Robert “Bob” B. Smith will be presenting new findings on Old Faithful Geyser tonight in Jackson, WY.

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Yellowstone Books: Yellowstone Place Names

Yellowstone visitation

Have you ever wondered how many Yellowstone place names there are?

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Yellowstone Spotlight: Lone Star Geyser


In our experience, the most popular geysers in Yellowstone National Park tend to be the most predictable ones.

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Yellowstone History: Steamboat Geyser

Steamboat Geyser in steam phase, September 2014

Yellowstone National Park’s Steamboat Geyser has long held the title of “World’s Tallest Geyser.”

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Yellowstone Lodging Spotlight: Old Faithful Lodge


Of the three lodging areas in Old Faithful, the Old Faithful Lodge seems to be the least auspicious.

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Yellowstone History: Handkerchief Pool

Postcard of Handkerchief Pool;1928

These days, Handkerchief Pool doesn’t crop up as a must-see Yellowstone attraction, but it was once as famous as Old Faithful Geyser.

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Yellowstone Thermal History: Excelsior Geyser


If Old Faithful Geyser has all the pomp of a performance, Excelsior Geyser in its heyday had the excitement of an event.

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Old Faithful Geyser Mapping Begins Tomorrow

Old Faithful

A scientific crew utilizing Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) will begin Old Faithful Geyser mapping tomorrow in Yellowstone National Park, scanning shallow subsurface structures like the thickness of the hot spring deposits, fractures, vents and cavities.

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Side Chambers Cause Yellowstone Geysers to Erupt: Researcher

Steamboat Geyser

A simple mechanism — side chambers, or loops in the underground plumbing — is what causes Yellowstone geysers to regularly erupt, according to work from a University of California, Berkeley researcher.

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