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Friday, April 6, 2018

Caldera map shows US covered in volcanic ash after Yellowstone eruption scenario

A Yellowstone volcano eruption could be the most catastrophic natural disaster to strike the modern world, volcanologists have warned as terrifying Yellowstone caldera maps now reveal the true extent of damage the US would suffer.  

The Yellowstone volcano rumbles away in the heart of the Yellowstone National Park, at a towering elevation of 2,804m. The active volcano is one of the biggest on the planet and typically rears its ugly head once every few million years or so. Volcanologists who have tracked Yellowstone’s past eruptions two million, 1.3 million and 630,000 years ago, fear another eruption might be overdue. This is why scientists have attempted to forecast the extent of damage a Yellowstone eruption would incur today – and the results are terrifying.


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