With temperatures above the boiling point, Beryl spring is one of the hottest thermal features in Yellowstone. This recording makes use of a binaural microphone system. If you listen with headphones, binaural recordings offer a 3-dimensional listening experience that goes way beyond simple stereo recordings.
Credit / Author:
NPS & MSU Acoustic Atlas/Peter Comley
A stereo recording of Beryl Spring, one of Yellowstone's hottest thermal features. Can you hear the difference between this recording and the binaural recording also listed on this page?