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New Research Suggests Alternate Source of Yellowstone Geothermal Energy

grand prismatic spring 2001

New research into the Yellowstone National Park caldera posits a new and surprising theory for the source of Yellowstone’s geothermal power.

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New Research Sheds Light on Yellowstone Caldera Mechanics

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New research on fossilized ash left over from Yellowstone’s last caldera eruption has changed the timeline for possible activity going ahead.

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New Study Sheds Light On Volcanic Eruptions Around Yellowstone, Idaho

Credit: Marc Reichow, University of Leicester

It’s common knowledge eruptions occurred in the Greater Yellowstone Region.

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Study Suggests Yellowstone Magma Plume Blocked By Tectonic Plate

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

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