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Yellowstone Earthquakes Update
Science & Tech  (tags: earthquakes, Yellowstone )

Elizabeth
- 2037 days ago - henrysforkcountry.com
Earthquake swarm beneath Yellowstone Lake continues: Quakes are stronger today! December 31: 2.5 magnitude quake recorded at Yellowstone Lake at 1:58 a.m.; 3.5 magnitude quake recorded at Yellowstone Lake at 2:02 a.m.; 2.0 magnitude quake recorded at Y
Foot-Dragging Mars Rover Finds Yellowstone-Like Hot Spring Deposits
Science & Tech  (tags: mars, rover, yellowstone, hot springs, deposits, exploration, crater, volcanic, steam, water, hydrothermal )

Jean
- 2258 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Deposits of nearly pure silica discovered by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit in Gusev Crater formed when volcanic steam or hot water (or maybe both) percolated through the ground. Such deposits are found around hydrothermal vents like those in Yellowsto
Yellowstone Viruses 'Jump' Between Hot Pools
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, Yellowstone, climate, earth, microbes, viruses carried by steam, research )

Jennie
- 2450 days ago - sciencedaily.com
A population study of microbes in Yellowstone National Park hot pools suggests viruses might be buoyed by steam to distant pools. The result could help to answer some fundamental questions about how microbes, and the viruses that infect them...
Yellowstone Is Rising on Swollen "Supervolcano"
Science & Tech  (tags: science, interesting, environment, energy, discovery, volcano, yellowstone )

Cathryne
- 2452 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
Yellowstone National Park is rising. Its central region, called the Yellowstone caldera, has been moving upward since mid-2004 at a rate of up to three inches (seven centimeters) a year--more than three times faster than has ever been measured. The surface
Sleeping Giant Grows Restless
Science & Tech  (tags: Yellowstone, caldera, Earth, volcano )

Eduardo
- 2454 days ago - sciencenow.sciencemag.org
The caldera that sits under Yellowstone National Park. Scientists have detected accelerated activity on Earth's surface. They are attempting to determine whether the giant volcano is growing restless or just turning over in its sleep.
   

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