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Yellowstone super-volcano less super, more activeEarthSkyThe findings suggest the huge super-volcano that sits just beneath the US's Yellowstone National Park may be less super, but more active, than previously thought. Yellowstone's caldera, a remnant of an ancient volcano. Credit: Photo by Robert B. Smith, ...and moreÂ Â»
No Mayan apocalypse after all â€” some backup world-ending propheciesWashington Post (blog)Current geologic activity at Yellowstone has remained relatively constant since earth scientists first started monitoring some 30 years ago. Though another caldera-forming eruption is theoretically possible, it is very unlikely to occur in the next ...
Yellowstone Volcano Observatory Gets an UpgradeWired NewsYVO is full of many realtime monitoring data, such as webicorders all over the caldera, webcams, ground deformation and water temperatures at some of the hot springs in Yellowstone. Now, all this data is constantly assessed by USGS geologists assigned ...and moreÂ Â»
...view across Norris Geyser Basin of the Yellowstone Caldera. Image by Erik Klemetti, taken August 2010. The new study in question by Ben Ellis and others (in Juneâ€™s Quaternary Geology) takes apart the largest eruption from the current caldera, the Huckleberry...
Giant Eruptions from Yellowstone Caldera May Have Taken MillenniaWired NewsBy Erik Klemetti The view across Norris Geyser Basin of the Yellowstone Caldera. Image by Erik Klemetti, taken August 2010. Let's get one thing straight about the current rash of news about Yellowstone and its eruptions: really, nothing much has ...and moreÂ Â»
Subscribe, follow us on Facebook and Twitter. www.youtube.com/WatchPlaylists www.twitter.com/WatchPlaylists www.facebook.com/WatchPlaylists The Next Yellow stone Super eruption Is Closer Than You Think. The good news. Scientists have discovered that the Yellowstone super volcano is a little less super than previously thought. The bad news. The Yellowstone super volcano is actually more active. That means eruptions are more frequent. So the next one is likely closer than we predicted. Source: gizmodo.com
Yellowstone GateYellowstone supervolcano more active, less 'super'UPI.comThe northeastern part of the Yellowstone Caldera, with the Yellowstone River flowing through Hayden Valley and the caldera rim in the distance. A caldera is a bowl-like volcanic feature usually formed by the collapse of land following a volcanic ...Yellowstone's supervolcano not quite so superJackson Hole News&GuideYellowstone supervolcano more active but 'less super' than previously thoughtYellowstone GateYellowstone: New Picture Emerges Of A More Active, Less 'Super' VolcanoRedOrbitKIRO SeattleÂ -ZME ScienceÂ -IBTimes.co.ukall 32 news articlesÂ Â»
...Yellowstone Caldera is the volcanic caldera located in Yellowstone National Park in the United States, sometimes referred to as the Yellowstone Supervolcano. The caldera is located in the northwest corner of Wyoming, in which the vast majority of the park...
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Volcano Watch: Volcano tourism plumbs new depthsHawaii 24/7 (press release)The largest reservoirs lie under â€śsupervolcanoes,â€ť such as Yellowstone, whose reservoir has been seismically imaged to be at least 15000 cubic kilometers (about 3600 cubic miles). On the other end of the spectrum, the volume of the shallow reservoir ...
msnbc.comVolcano behind Atlantis legend re-awakensmsnbc.com[ 10 Wild Volcano Facts ] "We've witnessed similar deformation events at other large calderas â€” Yellowstone, Long Valley California, and Campi Flegrei â€” without eruption," said researcher Andrew Newman, a geophysicist at the Georgia Institute of ...Volcano That Fueled Atlantis Legend Could Erupt AgainNewserSantorini Volcano Wakes Up Again After 60 years, Deforms RapidlyIBTimes.co.ukall 8 news articlesÂ Â»
A Vegan Among the DeerstalkersSanta Barbara IndependentI think of the Yellowstone Caldera as an example of a Terra-Form event or the Japanese Tsunami as reality check. I would rather look at the inefficiencies of meat production, taking 10 pounds of grain to make one pound of meat.and moreÂ Â»
Global positioning network is mapping Earth's interiorGlenwood Springs Post IndependentEight keep tabs on the Yellowstone Caldera, for example. And when Alaska's Augustine Volcano erupted in 2006, its five PBO stations transmitted information on vertical and horizontal ground motion from the volcano's flank right up until two were ...
Fate of USA and the Whole World Depends on One poolDemocratic UndergroundThis is the nightmare that scientists are predicting could happen if the world's largest super-volcano erupts for the first time in 600000 years, as it could do in the near future. Yellowstone National Park's caldera has erupted three times in the last ...
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Very stranges anomalys in data of seismograph of yellow stone . sorry for the " panic like presentation " but it's scary i think the situation sounds like the song
Clintonville Wisconsin -- be sure to search the terms ... "marathon wisconsin volcano" ... "caldron reservoir" .. and "lake superior volcanic" . The nuclear power plant to the east is called the Kewaunee plant .. all these sites have ONE thing in common... deep earth shafts... pumped or filled full of water.... add in craton/plate pressure and a bit of deep earth magma surge underneath the plate as it gets pushed by the Pacific unrest... and you get underground explosions in Wisconsin near a dormant volcanic site. Dormant Volcano, Fracking , or Nuclear plant !!! JUST LIKE ALL THE REST .. we see within about 20 miles or less... remember GEORGIA??? Just a few months ago? strange "explosion" reports coming out of the ground... REMEMBER WHAT I FOUND ?!!! here it is again in case you didnt see , or in case you forgot ! sincedutch.wordpress.com Georgia had reports of the SAME kind of activity just a few month ago in Nov. 2011 .. turns out .. VULCAN MINING COMPANY was mining Georgia's Pigeon Mountain dormant/extinct volcano just 19 miles WEST of the town that was reporting the ground explosions. YOU MUST READ THE ABOVE GEORGIA ARTICLE if you're going to understand whats going on in Wisconsin. Coordinates of Clintonville WI to view on google earth: 44Â°37'40.01"N , 88Â°45'24.44"W Marathon County volcanic chain is just one county west .. 20 miles approx. check out several of these MSM reports over on Sheilaaliens page : thanks for covering this sheila !!!!! www.youtube.com or on her ...
Whats up! This is my unscripted unedited video I shot from my phone. I will try to keep the points clean, and the pussy out of the frame, but I am not trying to impress anyone, only show you the way. If I chop this video up and add music I would not have as many vids to post, quantity over quality is how I want to do this. Todays keyword was inspired by a movie I watched this morning, Yellowstone Park is one big volcano that is due to erupt within the next 100000 years. Very interesting subject, I learned tons about volcanos and the people who study them. If you feel like learning something new today, you should continue searching, as my video only points you in the direction of information. Thanks for watching
The Yellowstone is the caldera volcano which is close to its eruption and when that occurs a smoke will cover the entire atmosphere of the planet and foretold in the Quran in Surah 44. Ad-Dukhan (SMOKE)
Old faithful Geyser in Yellostone National Park Wyoming USA with a huge eruption lasting over 4 min. A memorable show into the wild. The geyser's eruptions are not as often high and powerful as in this video. They are many more geysers in Yellowstone however Old faithful is biggest one and erupt aproximately every 90 min.
â–Śâ–ş â–Ś whanethewhip.wikidot.com Despite the title, the objective isn't to bring a claim of cataclysm in 2012, but to attract those looking videos on the topic. This video illustrates our current understanding of the Yellowstone Volcano as of 2012. This video is cut from "How the Earth was Made" Season 1, Episode 13 called "Yellowstone".
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Compilation of videos showing most of the major geysers in Yellowstone National Park in action. Including beautiful images of Castle Geyser with a vivid rainbow.
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Part 4 of 8 of a series chronicling a trip through Yellowstone National Park. From Canyon Village to Madison, you travel along the edge of the Yellowstone Caldera passing a seemingly endless array of thermal attractions. Steamboat Geyser, Artist Paintpots, Monument Geyser Basin. The list goes on. Enjoy the drive. More Info: visitmt.com
Yellowstone National Park - NASA's Landsat satellites have been tracking Yellowstone's underground geothermal activity, a deep heat that is stored 4000 miles into the earth's core. But there are areas where these energy levels are becoming erratic. Old Faithful could be in trouble. Read more: www.digitaljournal.com
therealthingmin.webs.com On Todays, Isamu and Paul Talks about Earthquakes in 6.5 Mag Guerrero, Mexico at least three people were killed in the strong earthquake that hit Mexico , Several earthquakes in Yellowstone, Montana Area, Northern CA, Many earthquakes in Alaska, 6.5 in South Sandwich Islands region, Santa Cruz Island, Live Volcano causes threat in Indonesia. Paul talks about Gifts in Act 3.
Stay on the boardwalks as we tour Yellowstone National Park, five hours from our hometown of Missoula, MT. View geysers including Old Faithful, walk through the lobby of Old Faithful Inn, see wildlife in their natural setting, marvel at the mud pots and emerald pools that are always active in this huge, active volcano caldera. This sequence was shot in 2006. Music: The Path of the Goblin King ISRC: US-UAN-11-00873 and Impending Boom ISRC: US-UAN-11-00198 by Kevin MacLeod,(incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"
On Todays broadcast Isamu and Paul talks about Volcano Eruptions Mexico's Popocatepetl, Earthquakes on Yellowstone Nation Park, Chile, Indonesia. Economic collapse from Rick Joynner from Morningstar feels that we are approaching a very critical time and that an economic collapse could be imminent. We discuss this in detail on these upcoming shows. Please don't miss even one minute -- it's very important for you to hear what Rick has to say about our nation and the economic collapse that he feels could happen as soon as this coming January. The whole world economy is collapsing! Rick also talked about Israel and explains events taking place in the Middle East. We don't need to be afraid -- but we do need to be prepared! therealthingmin.webs.com
The Yellowstone Caldera is the volcanic caldera located in Yellowstone National Park in the United States, sometimes referred to as the Yellowstone Supervolcano. The caldera is located in the northwest corner of Wyoming, in which the vast majority of the park is contained. The major features of the caldera measure about 34 miles (55 km) by 45 miles (72 km). Last eruption 70000 years ago (magmatic) / 1350 BC Â± 200 years (explosive hydrothermal) ongoing (nonexplosive hydrothermal). Yellowstone, lies over a hotspot where light, hot, molten mantle rock rises towards the surface. While the Yellowstone hotspot is now under the Yellowstone Plateau, it previously helped create the eastern Snake River Plain (to the west of Yellowstone) through a series of huge volcanic eruptions. Although the hotspot's apparent motion is to the east-northeast, the North American Plate is really moving west-southwest over the stationary hotspot in the Earth's mantle. Over the past 17 million years or so, this hotspot has generated a succession of violent eruptions and less violent floods of basaltic lava. Together these eruptions have helped create the eastern part of the Snake River Plain from a once-mountainous region. At least a dozen of these eruptions were so massive that they are classified as supereruptions. Volcanic eruptions sometimes empty their stores of magma so swiftly that they cause the overlying land to collapse into the emptied magma chamber, forming a geographic depression called ...
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Copyright @ www.pounehphotography.com Yellowstone National Park, established by the US Congress and signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1, 1872, is a national park located primarily in the US state of Wyoming, although it also extends into Montana and Idaho. Yellowstone was the first national park in the world, and is known for its wildlife and its many geothermal features, especially Old Faithful Geyser, one of the most popular features in the park. It has many types of ecosystems, but the subalpine forest is dominant. Native Americans have lived in the Yellowstone region for at least 11000 years. The region was bypassed during the Lewis and Clark Expedition in the early 19th century. Aside from visits by mountain men during the early-to-mid-19th century, organized exploration did not begin until the late 1860s. The US Army was commissioned to oversee the park just after its establishment. In 1917, administration of the park was transferred to the National Park Service, which had been created the previous year. Hundreds of structures have been built and are protected for their architectural and historical significance, and researchers have examined more than 1000 archaeological sites. Yellowstone National Park spans an area of 3468.4 square miles (8983 km2), comprising lakes, canyons, rivers and mountain ranges. Yellowstone Lake is one of the largest high-altitude lakes in North America and is centered over the Yellowstone Caldera ...
It felt strange walking around the Yellowstone Caldera, thinking that molten magma is not that far below the surface and that an eruption will happen again, maybe not in my life time but it will happen... The loosely defined term 'supervolcano' has been used to describe volcanic fields that produce exceptionally large volcanic eruptions. Thus defined, the Yellowstone Supervolcano is the volcanic field which produced the latest three supereruptions from the Yellowstone hotspot. The three super eruptions occurred 2.1 million, 1.3 million, and 640000 years ago, forming the Island Park Caldera, the Henry's Fork Caldera, and Yellowstone calderas, respectively. Within the past 17 million years, 142 or more caldera-forming eruptions have occurred from the Yellowstone hotspot. wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellowstone_Caldera music by Keyn project 02 - Lora, 06 - dead jay station and 16 - zanzibar
Sno Pro USA goes to the Yellowstone Caldera for the 2011 WSVSA Western Round UP. Vintage Snowmobiles from the West meet in Yellowstone for this spectacular annual event. This video features Polaris TX's and RXL's and The Centurion 500 Indy. Ski Doo Blizzards and some RUPP's. Special Thanks to Perry Hesteness, Jim Smith, Mike Hubinak, Curtis Tate, Ken Jacobsen, Chris Dileo, Barbara Grooms and her son Dan Grooms. Thank you so much for making West Yellowstone the Ultimate Experience Winter / Spring 2011.
Size of the Yellowstone supervolcano caldera.
Under Yellowstone, America's first national park, lies the Yellowstone Caldera, a giant hot spot for volcanic activity. What scientists call a supervolcano. Now after hundreds of thousands of years lying dormant it threatens to erupt. This eruption could wipe out much of the United States killing millions. Suddenly, without warning, a small part of the caldera bursts. Temperatures plummet and the sky fills with dirty, black clouds of volcanic ash and destructive lightning. Lava erupts from the earth, boils over the crater rims, and rushes across the country side at speeds over 100 miles per hour vaporizing forests, animals, and tourists. As the rest of the caldera puffs and steams and threatens to explode, it's up to Yellowstone's top scientist and an adrenaline junkie Park Ranger to halt the erupting caldera. They must plug the lava, as well as stop the poisonous volcano clouds from spreading before the sky turns black and the entire world is frozen in a permanent, apocalyptic volcano winter.
Part 1 of a video revealing information about the inflated plain under Yellowstone Lake. Starting December 27 2008 intense earthquake swarms have been centred on this bulge.
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CNN 01-27-2011 - Michio Kaku seems to be the resident expert on Yellowstone's sleeping giant known as the Yellowstone Caldera, or Super Volcano. Michio Kaku says 'all you can do is run' regarding the way to survive a super-eruption from this supervolcano. This is not the classic naysayers vs. doomsdayers story based on scripture or writings. This is coming straight from the scientists. Underneath Yellowstone National Park lies a super volcano with a magma chamber of approximately 25000km of magma. What is not known, is how much of it is eruptable magma. The ground has been swelling in the northwest corner of Wyoming at Yellowstone National Park. In January 2011, scientists have reported that the grounds have raised as high as ten inches in some areas of Yellowstone. Namely, The Yellowstone Caldera, or the Yellowstone Super Volcano, which is an underground magma chamber that measures about 34 miles (55 km) by 45 miles (72 km), or 1530 square miles, and has been wakening from a long sleep. There has been activity at Yellowstone in the past, and there is activity right now. Scientists say the supervolcano erupts every 600000 years, and we are currently overdue at the 640000 year mark at the time of this writing. The problem is, scientists have no idea when it will happen, as no human being has experience with a super volcano. It could blow tomorrow, in a week, a hundred years, or a hundred thousand years. Currently, we have no way of knowing when, but we do know that it will ...
earthquake.usgs.gov Part of what makes Yellowstone National Park so special is the supervolcano upon which it sits. Also known as the Yellowstone Caldera, the supervolcano's major features measure about 25 by 37 miles. And so when something of that magnitude stops and takes a breath, the entire park feels it. A substantial area of the park's grounds have now dramatically risen due to the volcano's activity over the last few years. Starting in 2004, scientists began to notice the ground over the caldera rising--at around 2.8 inches per year. Although this rate slowed in the last 3 years, the total increase since the beginning of the swelling is now at around 10 inches in some places. The caldera is an ancient crater. Each time it has erupted, the eruptions have been a thousand times more powerful than the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. Its last major blow-up was about 640000 years ago, but about 30 smaller blasts have filled the caldera with lava and ash since then. The most recent of those smaller blasts was around 70000 years ago. But there's no need to worry. Even though scientists were initially concerned that this commotion was pointing toward a soon-to-come eruption, that's no longer a concern. Read more about the situation with the Yellowstone Caldera on National Geographic.
New Research into How Supervolcanoes EruptSoftpediaOne example is the Yellowstone Caldera, which, if it were to blow up, would cover the entire United States in a thick layer of ash, and would cloud the ...and moreÂ Â»
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...GPS data show that uplift of the Yellowstone Caldera has slowed significantly. â€śThe general uplift and subsidence of the Yellowstone caldera is of scientific importance and will continue to be monitored closely by YVO staff,â€ť says the report. The Yellowstone...
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The Super volcano eruption scene from the movie 2012. Enjoy! :)
Laramie writer explores domestic spying, police state in new novelLaramie Boomerangâ€śEdge of Heavenâ€ť tells the stories of a group of characters in Laramie and the West during two decades leading up to a nuclear-triggered Yellowstone Caldera ...
World Buzz Now!History's Most Destructive VolcanoesYahoo! TechThe history of what is now Yellowstone National Park is marked by many enormous eruptions, the most recent of which occurred about 640000 years ago, ...Huge volcanic eruption to come in Iceland?FansOnLine.netall 51 news articlesÂ Â»