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Geysers

David Shi and Gavin Gordon
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Gavin Gordon

on 11 October 2012

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Transcript of Geysers

By:David Shi
and
Gavin Gordon What are Geysers? A tall column of water and steam released into the air. geysa, which means "to gush" the water inside of the geyser boils
the pressure forces a column of superheated steam that is pushed to the surface. How are geysers created? Result 1) Heat 2)An ample water source
3) Special Plumbing Top Five Nations With Active Geysers
1) United States
2) Russia
3) Chile
4) New Zealand
5) Iceland Conditions for a geyser More on Geysers erupts at different intervals
planets moons have been known to have cryovolcanoes Geysers World's Most popular Geyser Old Faithful
USA, Yellowstone National Park
erupts every 65 or 92 min
for 1.5-5 min
to a height of 106-184 ft
though it is getting slower Thank you For Listening! Do we get an A+ now?
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