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Yellowstone's Amazing Waters- Hot and Cold

Yellowstone National Park is a wonderland of waterways. Living in the parched desert of Southern Utah, I was jealous of the vast network of waterfalls and rivers that are ubiquitous in the park. 64 more words

Out In The Field

Summer Sunset

A deep blue summer sunset on Shoshone Lake in Yellowstone National Park is just what the doctor ordered for a post holiday Tuesday morning in which inertia of a three day weekend wants to keep me at home instead heading off to work. 32 more words

Jackson Hole - It Never Disappoints!

I recently returned from a backpacking trip in Yellowstone National Park, a trip in which my group never saw the sun and was constantly wet.  Heck, it was the last week of August and one night the snow line came within a few hundred vertical feet of our camp!   218 more words


Geyser Pool Abstract #1

In the scalding water of the geysers at Yellowstone National Park live bacteria and other foundational organisms that create amazing color patterns. I was particularly drawn to the many shades of orange. 10 more words


Eruption of Yellowstone supervolcano could spell the end of the U.S.: geologists | The Raw Story

According to an article published by United States Geological Survey scientist Larry Mastin in the latest edition of Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, an eruption of the supervolcano beneath Yellowstone National Park would blanket much of the United States in a meter of ash. 69 more words

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New Calculations on Ash if Yellowstone Blows

Yellowstone Supervolcano Eruption Would be Devastating For U.S

If the Yellowstone supervolcano erupted, at least a meter of ash would cover parts of the Rocky Mountain range and a few millimeters of ash would reach cities on both coasts of the U.S., according to new estimates based on computer simulations on the event … 111 more words