Actual geyser is a spring of hot water that gushed periodically put out hot water and steam into the air. The name geyser comes from geyser in Haukadalur, Iceland. The word then becomes a verb Icelandic gjósa, "gush". At the geyser there is a hallway that connects the ground to the underground water resources in a water supply came from. Most of the water comes from rain and snow.

In stomach Earth extremely hot temperature of the layers of rock. The gases coming from this hot rocks, mostly in the form of steam rises through cracks layers of rocks into underground water sources. These gases heat the water at the source to exceed the boiling point. If the water vapor and can slide easily from the bottom, the results that appear are pancuraan boiling water on the soil surface. However, because the path through which the water is not straight, the geyser will explode keika water suspended its speed suddenly are changed into steam. Steam requires a larger space than on the water, so that the steam finally pushed the water in the water aisle. Besides bursts that appear on the ground, there is also a pretty big explosion due to the steam boost. Processes is then produce a geyser. Geyser bursts of activity can be stopped due to the deposition of minerals in geysers, earthquakes and human intervention.

The formation of geysers depend on specific hydrogeological circumstances that are only in a few places on Earth, and therefore geyser is a rare phenomenon. Around 1000 there all over the world, about half in Yellowstone National Park, USA.

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