- Evidence Of Supervolcano Discovered Near Yellowstone
- The term "supervolcano," or "super-eruption," implies that a volcanic center has had an eruption of magnitude 8 or greater on the Volcano Explosivity Index (VEI).
- Can You Outrun a Supervolcano? Maybe, Study Finds
- When a supervolcano blew in Arizona 18.8 million years ago, the ash spread more than 100 miles (160 km).
- Yellowstone's Supervolcano Gets a Lid
- Simmering deep below the geysers and hot springs of the Yellowstone caldera is a dormant supervolcano—a powerful behemoth with the ability to blanket the western U.S. with many centimeters of ash in a matter of hours.
- Ancient Supervolcano Spewed Rivers Of Ash And Gas Over 100 Miles
- Instead of the erupting magma slowly building up over time to form a mountain in a series of smaller eruptions, during the eruption of a supervolcano, so much magma pours out of the Earth it creates a huge depression. During the eruption 18.
- Scientists reconstruct supervolcanic eruption
- Supervolcanic eruptions are rare events on Earth that are difficult to study, and much of what we know about these big events comes from the deposits left behind.
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