Fluid Movement at 1 a.m. – shown well on LA12 but on most monitors. It calmed down. Then . . .
HUGE Fluid Movement after 3 p.m. Saturday that lasted over 2 hours! It was on most of the monitors but not all of them. Oddly, it was on the bottom borehole only at LA10 and on the upper borehole only at LA17. It showed a lot at LA12, 18 and 19.
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LOTS of sudden fluid movement at Lake FUBAR. It is shown well at LA10-03 (deepest borehole). It looks the same on the monitor as the chart shown above.
Late at night LA12 helicorder wouldn’t show and this error message came up.