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Yellowstone’s history of hydrothermal vents over the past 14,000 years

While much of the public’s attention on Yellowstone focuses on its potential to produce large super eruptions, the risks are much more likely to occur with smaller, violent hydrothermal explosions. Hydrothermal explosions occur when almost boiling water suddenly flashes to steam and releases large amounts of energy. The energy release breaks the stone down and …

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