|Location||Yellowstone National Park, Teton County, Wyoming|
|Elevation||7,254 feet (2,211 m)|
|Eruption height||45 feet (14 m)|
Location at Fountain Paint Pots
Clepsydra plays nearly continuously to heights of 45 feet (14 m). Named by T. B. Comstock during the 1878 Captain Jones expedition. The name Clepsydra is derived from the Greek word for water clock. Prior to the 1959 Hebgen Lake earthquake, it erupted regularly every three minutes.
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- "Clepsydra Geyser". Fountain Paint Pot Nature Trail Tour. National Park Service.