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Researchers Discover Heart of Old Faithful Geyser

Old Faithful

Researchers in Yellowstone National Park have discovered the heart of Old Faithful Geyser, the park’s most famous feature.

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Study Suggests Yellowstone Magma Plume Blocked By Tectonic Plate

Excelsior_Geyser_Crater_2001

If you think you’ve got Yellowstone’s magma plume figured out, you may have another thing coming.

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Yellowstone Plume: 400 Miles Long, Larger Than Thought

Yellowstone Plume

Yellowstone Plume

Using an analysis of the electrical conductivity of the Yellowstone volcano, researchers at the University of Utah say the plume is larger than previously assumed, descending at a 40-degree tilt from Yellowstone National Park and extending some 400 miles from east to west.

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