How Is a Geyser Formed?


Geysers are temporary features usually associated with volcanic areas. Their lifespan is typically several thousand years. In order for a geyser to form, the following conditions must be present: Intense heat, water, and a natural plumbing system.
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Geyers are fountains of water and steam. They form when that steam builds up pressure underground and erupts at regular intervals. They are formed when steam produced underground
In addition to a heat source, geysers need a constant supply of water and an underground plumbing system that holds the water supply as it heats up. We'll examine each of these separately
geysers are formed when water percolates down to a lava dome; is rapidly heated to steam; and expands violently up thru the same cracks it flowed down from.
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