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Mary Greeley - Cold Weather and Hot Steam

2/27 video

LINK –  http://youtu.be/sy2M5r-Bl5o

Some comments at The Louisiana Sinkhole Bugle have info on seismic activity out west.

Yellowstone

YELLOWSTONE REGION MAGNITUDE 2.7 UTAH, USA

http://www.seis.utah.edu/req2webdir/recenteqs/Quakes/uu60103017.html

Subject To Change

Depth: 12 km

Distances: Enoch, UT – 13 km (8 miles) W (274 degrees)
Cedar City, UT – 14 km (9 miles) NW (313 degrees) 19 more words

Yellowstone

Guest Blog Post: Yellowstone as a Winter Wonderland

This blog entry was written by Kelsey, a student at Syringa Middle School in Caldwell, Idaho. Recently, she spent a weekend exploring the great outdoors of Yellowstone National Park on a science trip with some of her classmates. 1,243 more words

Random Musings

Another Glorious Day

Another glorious day,

the air as delicious to the lungs as nectar to the tongue.”  

- John Muir from My First Summer in the Sierra, 1911

Landscape

Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone

As Yellowstone’s largest hot spring (370 feet across), the Grand Prismatic Spring caught my attention with its diverse textures, colors, and—I must admit—the smell. You can walk right over the spring, thanks to raised boardwalks that get you as close as you can get. 148 more words

United States

Yellowstone Steamy Morning

Watching clouds of steam rising from the ground on a winter morning at Yellowstone National Park…

Montana

Will S. reblogged this on Will S.' Sunny Side Blog and commented:

Gorgeous!