Meaning Geyser
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A hot spring that ejects intermittent jets of water and steam. The action results from heating of groundwater circulating through hot rock under conditions that prevent continuous circulation.
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A geyser is a natural hot spring that occasionally sprays water and steam above the ground.
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an eruption of hot water and steam from a hydrothermal system. It is usually of cyclic occurrence, and ejects only small amounts of solid material. The ejection mechanism is volume change due to boili [..]
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A geothermal feature of the Earth where there is an opening in the surface that contains superheated water that periodically erupts in a shower of water and steam.
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a periodic thermal spring that results from the expansive force of super heated steam.
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natural hot spring that sometimes erupts with water or steam. Read more in the NG Education Encyclopedia
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a type of hot spring seen on land that episodically erupts jets of hot water and steam. It results from ground water being heated by coming in contact with hot rock deep in the Earth's crust, and then rising to the surface.
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natural hot spring that occasionally sprays water and steam above the ground. giant star
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A hot spring that throws hot water and steam into the air. The heat is thought to result from the contact of groundwater with magma bodies.
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A hot spring characterised by water that intermittently boils, ejecting a column of water and steam into the air.
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A geyser (, UK: ) is a spring characterized by an intermittent discharge of water ejected turbulently and accompanied by steam. As a fairly rare phenomenon, the formation of geysers is due to particul [..]
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A geyser is a periodic steam hot spring. Geyser may also refer to:
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Martian geysers (or CO2 jets) are putative sites of small gas and dust eruptions that occur in the south polar region of Mars during the spring thaw. "Dark dune spots" and "spiders" – or araneiforms [..]
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The Geyser was a steam powered fireboat built for Bay City, Michigan. At the time she was being built, in 1889, it was anticipated that she would be twice as powerful as any other vessel on the Sagina [..]
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The Geyser was a steam powered fireboat built for Chicago, Illinois in 1886. Chicago had operated three earlier vessels, as fireboats, but they had all been retrofits. The Geyser was specifically des [..]
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The Geyser was a steam powered fireboat built for Chicago, Illinois in 1886. Chicago had operated three earlier vessels, as fireboats, but they had all been retrofits. The Geyser was specifically des [..]
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  A special type of thermal spring that periodically ejects water with great force.
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A type of thermal spring which ejects water intermittently with considerable force.
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1780, extended from Icelandic Geysir, name of a specific hot spring in the valley of Haukadal, literally "the gusher," from Old Norse geysa "to gush," from Proto-Germanic *gausjan, [..]
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a geothermal feature of the Earth where there is an opening in the surface that contains superheated water that periodically erupts in a shower of water and steam.
Source: water.usgs.gov

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(n) a spring that discharges hot water and steam(v) to overflow like a geyser
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a thermal spring that erupts intermittently and to different heights above the surface of the Earth; eruptions occur when water deep in the spring is heated enough to turn into steam, which forces the [..]
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A spring that shoots jets of hot water and steam into the air.
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Springs characterized by intermittent discharge of water ejected turbulently and accompanied by steam.
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