The Yellowstone supervolcano could wake up more quickly than we thought Mother Nature Network

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The Yellowstone supervolcano could wake up more quickly than we thought Mother Nature Network
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There is a supervolcano beneath Yellowstone National Park , capable of spewing 1,000 cubic kilometers of magma in a single eruption. That hasn't happened in more than 600,000 years, but the supervolcano is still active -- as evidenced by Yellowstone's famous assortment of geothermal features, such as the Grand Prismatic Spring pictured above.

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