Eruption 1304027

Time:1108 A
Time Entered:2021-03-13 14:21:51
Time Uploaded:2021-03-13 14:21:51
Observer:S Duffey
Comments:Steam observed as I was walking toward Fountain. Two other guides were sitting on the boardwalk and confirmed it was a burst from Morning. In conjunction with a Fountain eruption.

Sounds like this may have been an aborted eruption of Morning and not a full dual. Such events have been witnessed around the start of a Fountain eruption following a dual in the past (7/6/06 and 3/8/13). In The Geyser Gazer Sput, V27 N5, p 5, Lynn Stephens provides three conditions that establish a dual or concerted eruption of Fountain and Morning: 1) The two geysers must both erupt at the same time. 2) These eruptions must be roughly the same size as a typical solo eruption of each geyser. 3) Both geysers must erupt for a typical length or longer. Morning would also typically be completely full and overflowing for a full eruption, which does not appear to be the case in the videos provided on Facebook of this eruption. For more information, see Stephens' Sput article (October 2013), and pp 69-82 in GOSA Transactions Volume 13 at the following link:
Entrant: Tara
Time Entered:2021-03-15 16:02:09
Time Updated:2021-03-15 16:06:26
Time Uploaded:2021-03-15 16:06:26
No confirms for this eruption.
No flags for this eruption.
No attachments for this eruption.