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Yellowstone - This is a SUPERVOLCANO! See it up close and live.

This is a SUPERVOLCANO

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Yellowstone National Park is the caldera of a sleeping SUPERVOLCANO. Yellowstone National Parks geothermal attractions are the result an active Supervolcano that erupted 640,000 years ago. University research scientists, the USGS, and park geothermal monitor this active volcano and present a variety of theories. There is no way to predict such events as data stretches back millions of years, this lack of information creates a launching platform for both alarming and relative tame theories and assumptions. Yellowstone is a trove of volcanic research - facts disarm conspiracy and encourage investigation. The Yellowstone volcanic eruption 640,000 years ago collapsed and imploded on top of itself. The implosion sunk the caldera in an area covering 1,500 miles atop the great northern plains of North America. Magmatic structure drove an eruption that created impressive geological and geothermal events. Remnants fo this event is witnessed in the famous geysers, hot springs, fumaroles, and beautifully colored mud pots that boil from the earth itself. Yellowstone National Parks FAQ page provides information that is based on research from a wide variety of both national and international experts. Yellowstone NPS states that "the Current geologic activity at Yellowstone has remained relatively constant since scientists first started monitoring more than 30 years ago. Another caldera-forming eruption is theoretically possible, but it is very unlikely in the next thousand or even 10,000 years. Scientists have also found no indication of an imminent smaller eruption of lava." Yellowstone National Park is truly one of the rarest places on Earth. A trip to the park provides a scenic backdrop, wildlife, park adventure, peace and an important connection to the wilderness that once dominated the planet. There are plenty of resources to assist in planning your Yellowstone or National Park visit. Please visit Nationalparkcentral.com or the National Park Service for information that will assist in making your scenic volcanic vacation full of adventure and life moving experience.

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