Quakes and eruptions spark talks of Yellowstone supervolcano

A cluster of earthquakes at Yellowstone National Park followed by the fourth eruption of its usually dormant geyser has sparked speculation about the world’s largest supervolcano.
Is the big one about to blow, blanketing the U.S. with ash and sending the Earth into a volcanic ice age?
Probably not, but some of the signs are there.
The United Nations world heritage site, which lies over giant chambers of molten magma, is actually the world’s largest supervolcano, which erupted 2.1 million, 1.3 million and 640,000 years ago, causing massive devastation across the planet…. more

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