The 2016 Summer season has now come to a close in Yellowstone. We would like to thank everyone for using GeyserTimes. It is because of the people that enter data that makes this project as valuable as it is to the entire community.
Attached is a summary of the data that the community collected during this last summer.
2016 Summer GT Stats
Thanks for making GT what it is today!
We’ve been working on enhancements to GeyserTimes, mostly on the electronic data logger side of things, to help with collecting, analyzing and reporting on electronically monitored geysers. These include:
- A new punchcard to show available data for data loggers.
- Notes for data loggers
- Additional admin data logger functions
I’m very excited that there have been two recent permits issued in Yellowstone to study geysers. I’m proud that GeyserTimes has been identified as a way to help make such data available to the public.
In non-data logger improvements, GeyserTimes now shows flagged eruptions with a flag icon on both the home page and individual geyser pages.