• In this study, we consistently apply a common statistical tool, the β-statistic, to seismically monitored eruptions in Alaska of various styles to determine the overall prevalence of seismic rate anomalies immediately preceding eruptions. (frontiersin.org)
  • We find that 6 out of 20 (30%) eruptions have statistically significant precursory seismic rate increases. (frontiersin.org)
  • First came the Huckleberry Ridge eruption 2.1 million years ago, which created the Island Park Caldera and the Huckleberry Ridge Tuff. (wordpress.com)
  • Next came the Mesa Falls eruption 1.3 million years ago, which created the Henrys Fork Caldera and the Mesa Falls Tuff. (wordpress.com)
  • Extremely large volcanic eruptions have been linked to global climate change, biotic turnover, and, for the Younger Toba Tuff eruption 74,000 years ago, near-extinction of modern humans. (mpg.de)
  • Yellowstone National Park's past and present volcanic and tectonic activity is the foundation of its unique ecosystem and the ecological connections that make it so alluring. (roadscholar.org)
  • These findings do not change the current volcanic hazard at Yellowstone,' University of Utah seismologist Jamie Farrell tells Reuters, though he says the findings will help researchers learn more about 'how magma moves from the mantle to the surface. (foxnews.com)
  • The latest Weekly Volcanic Activity Report from our friends at the Smithsonian Global Volcanism Program and the USGS. (scienceblogs.com)
  • Here is the latest USGS/Smithsonian Global Volcanism Program Weekly Volcanic Activity Report! (scienceblogs.com)
  • A few years ago at Envirolink forums as Johhny Electriglide, I proposed that forcing the super-volcanic eruption of Yellowstone with strategically placed H-bombs of great size, to induce enough cooling in time to stop the Permian type methane turnover 95% ELE or even a runaway Venus Effect. (envirolink.org)
  • This does not mean that Yellowstone will erupt in 10 months, or even 10 years. (phys.org)
  • Over thousands of years, the last little bit of this magma will crystallize unless it becomes reheated and reignites another eruption. (phys.org)
  • Archeological sites, trails, and oral histories show that people have been in Yellowstone for more than 11,000 years, drawn to the many fascinating geological attractions. (ultimatemotorcycling.com)
  • Wolf biologist, Smith, and nature writer, Ferguson, provide an inside look at the Yellowstone Wolf Recovery Project ten years after the controversial decision was made by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services to reintroduce wolves into the park. (roadscholar.org)
  • Highlights (not including Eyjafjallajökull - you can check the latest IMO update on that eruption and the latest VAAC ash advisories. (scienceblogs.com)
  • Ride out of Red Lodge and the Beartooth quickly enters the Custer National Forest for the ultimate high-country experience, slicing through the Custer, Shoshone and Gallatin National Forests to the highway's end near the northeast entrance to Yellowstone Park. (ultimatemotorcycling.com)
  • Here we show that unique and diverse sequences of the bacterial genus Sulfurihydrogenibium exist in Yellowstone thermal springs, indicating that these sites are geographically isolated. (montana.edu)
  • One big bomb, if I had just one big bomb I'd use it to try and get Yellowstone to blow. (fark.com)
  • The eruption at Eyjafjallajökull-Fimmvörduháls continues on - the explosive spatter and bomb eruptions at the new central vent (on the second fissure) were impressive all night, making the hikers/cars/aircraft look like mites in comparison. (scienceblogs.com)
  • around 600 cubic kilometers (144 cu mi) of the Tshirege formation, Upper Bandelier eruption. (wikipedia.org)
  • Find out about the forces that shaped and continue to shape the Greater Yellowstone-Teton region. (roadscholar.org)
  • Updated, classic roadside geology book for the Yellowstone Region explains current geological theories. (roadscholar.org)
  • Science Bulletins talks with the geologists regularly monitoring these disquieting signals to understand where this active region lies in its volcanic life span. (amnh.org)
  • While geological processes don't follow a schedule, petrologist Christy Till, a professor in ASU's School of Earth and Space Exploration, has produced one way to estimate when Yellowstone might erupt again. (phys.org)
  • This caldera has since been filled in by lava flows and natural erosion, and Yellowstone Lake covers a portion of the area. (recordnet.com)
  • The 1975 M7.2 Kalapana earthquake, which occurred on a fault patch under the entire Kilauea Summit and East Rift Zone area, was followed within hours by a short eruption at the summit of Kilauea. (hawaii247.com)
  • Wondering if I'd have enough time to GTFO of Dodge if there was an eruption. (fark.com)