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Beryl Spring
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Beryl Spring
Location Gibbon Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Park County, Wyoming
Coordinates 44°40′45″N 110°44′49″W / 44.6791015°N 110.7468765°W / 44.6791015; -110.7468765Coordinates: 44°40′45″N 110°44′49″W / 44.6791015°N 110.7468765°W / 44.6791015; -110.7468765
Elevation 7,398 feet (2,255 m)
Type Hot Spring
Eruption height 1-4 feet
Frequency Near constant
Duration Near constant
Temperature 83.3 °C (181.9 °F)

Beryl Spring is a hot spring in the Gibbon Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park in the United States. It is a large superheated pool, and boils up to a height of 4 feet.

One of the hottest springs in Yellowstone, averaging 196 °F (91 °C)., Beryl Spring was named by the U.S. Geological Survey Hague party in 1883 for the blue-green color which reminded a party member of the gemstone beryl.

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