|Location||Yellowstone National Park, Teton County, Wyoming, USA|
|Elevation||7,356 feet (2,242 m)|
|Temperature||194.4 °F (90.2 °C)|
|Depth||8 feet (2.4 m)|
Doublet Pool is 8 feet (2.4 m) deep and its temperature is approximately 194.4 °F (90.2 °C). Its scalloped edge is made of geyserite. Eruptions can occur in Doublet Pool, but only last up 8 minutes. The pool on the right pulses over the vents about every two hours. Occasionally there will be vibrations, surface wave motion, and thumping; these effects are caused by collapsing gas and steam bubbles deep underground.
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- "Doublet Pool". Geysers of Yellowstone. Geyser Observation and Study Association (GOSA).
- "Doublet Pool". Old Faithful Area Tour. National Park Service.
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