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Geysers Erupt > Predicting
Geysers > Daisy Geyser
Daisy Geyser erupts at an angle to a height of 75 feet (23 m) for
3-4 minutes. Its interval can range between 120 to over 200 minutes.
Its eruption times can be predicted fairly accurately by using the
average interval and the time of the last eruption.
Daisy is usually quite predictable except when nearby Splendid
Geyser erupts. When Splendid is active, either geyser may erupt
alone or both geysers may erupt together. Splendid Geyser has had
little activity since 1998.
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