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Yellowstone Volcano Observatory Compares Recent Steamboat Geyser Eruptions

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The Yellowstone Volcano Observatory has released new information (including seismic data) about the recent Steamboat Geyser eruptions.

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New Research Suggests Deeper Origin for Yellowstone Plume

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New research suggests Yellowstone National Park’s thermal heat could come from deeper in the earth than previously supposed.

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New Research Suggests Alternate Source of Yellowstone Geothermal Energy

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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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Yellowstone’s Echinus Geyser Sees Spike in Activity

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Echinus Geyser is active again after a period of dormancy.

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Researchers Discover Heart of Old Faithful Geyser

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

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Over 460 Earthquakes Registered in Yellowstone This Year

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There have been more than 460 earthquakes in and around Yellowstone National Park, according to seismologists at the University of Utah.

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Yellowstone magma: deeper, larger

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We have a better working knowledge of the Yellowstone National Park geothermal system, with a newly discovered, deeper magma reservoir feeding the shallower, long-known magma chamber close to the Earth’s surface.

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Earthquake Swarm Grazes Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

A swarm of small earthquakes beset Yellowstone National Park early Tuesday morning.

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Yellowstone Plume: 400 Miles Long, Larger Than Thought

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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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