Tag Archives: USGS

Steamboat Geyser Erupts for Fourth Time This Year

Steamboat Geyser

Steamboat Geyser in Yellowstone National Park has erupted for the fourth time this year.

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Yellowstone Volcano Observatory Compares Recent Steamboat Geyser Eruptions

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

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Understanding The Recent Steamboat Geyser Eruption

Steamboat Geyser in steam phase, September 2014

Yellowstone Volcano Observatory scientists have confirmed that Steamboat Geyser, located in Norris Geyser Basin, erupted last week.

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Over 200 Quakes Recorded in Latest Yellowstone Earthquake Swarm

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Yellowstone has seen a spate of seismic activity since early February, with over 200 incidents recorded in the latest earthquake swarm.

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Meet Yellowstone Park Geologist Jeff Hungerford

For anyone worried about the Yellowstone volcano exploding, take heart—the park geologist isn’t too worried about it.

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USGS To Conduct Aerial Survey of Yellowstone’s Hydrothermal Systems

A new study through the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) hopes to understand Yellowstone National Park’s underground plumbing.

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Boiling River Closed Due To High Streamflow Rate

Boiling River

If you’re heading to Yellowstone National Park in the next few weeks and hoping for a soak at Boiling River, don’t pack that towel just yet.

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New Study Outlines How Mange Affects, Changes Yellowstone Wolves

In Yellowstone’s wolf population, mange is causing more than fur loss. It’s causing wolves to lose body heat and alter their habits.

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