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Yellowstone Caldera

Greta Puetz
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Madeleine Student

on 31 January 2013

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Yellowstone has erupted three times. A supervolcano is the most destructive force on the planet. Yellowstone Caldera Scientists believe that the next volcano eruption of Yellowstone will be an explosive one. The next eruption could possibly change weather patterns. By Greta Puetz What could the next explosion of Yellowstone be like? What is a supervolcano? What type of volcano is Yellowstone? Yellowstone is a supervolcano Yellowstone National Park is over a whole entire volcano! Eruptions of Yellowstone Yellowstone National Park is apart of Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming. Once Yellowstone erupts again, it will really do some damage. It will create a big explosion and will hurt many because it's spread out so much. Yellowstone erupted 640,000 years ago, the most recent one was 70,000 years ago. Since then there have been about 30 small eruptions. Yellowstone will be large, and will send ash everywhere. Yellowstone keeps rising and rising, then it falls back down. It may not look like it's rising and falling, but if you really look at it you can see it. Yellowstone is an active volcano. And when it erupts, everybody needs to be ready and aware. Some people think that this explosion will destroy the Earth. That is not true! It will only cover the United States with ash and magma.
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