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The Yellowstone-Teton Epicenter part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This University of Utah website provides an overview of the history and present conditions of the Yellowstone hotspot. Topics include the track of the hotspot, tectonics, seismicity, history and ...

Map and Data for Quaternary Faults and Folds in Wyoming part of SERC Web Resource Collection

The primary objective of this U.S. Geological Survey Open-file Report is to improve seismic-hazard assessments in regions of Wyoming with low to moderate levels of historic seismicity. A map and ...

Seismic Evidence for Fluid Migration Accompanying Subsidence of the Yellowstone Caldera part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This report describes the largest earthquake swarm in Yellowstone National Park's recorded history. For a little over 3 months beginning in October 1985, the swarm contained more than 3000 ...

Frequently Asked Questions about Recent Findings at Yellowstone Lake part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This U.S. Geological Survey website answers the most commonly asked questions regarding reports that a bulge beneath Yellowstone Lake may represent a hazard for residents or visitors to the area. In ...

Downloadable data sets part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This is an extensive listing of downloadable datasets from the United States Geological Survey (USGS). Topics are grouped into the following categories: mineral resources, geological data, ...

Kilauea part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This part of the U.S. Geological Survey's Hawaiian Volcano Observatory website features information about Kilauea, the world's most active volcano. This resource features text, graphics, and data ...

Living Large in Microscopic Nooks part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This article published in Oceanus, a Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution publication, highlights the ability of certain bacteria to live off a solid-rock substrate. This publication also contains ...

Is Life Thriving Deep Beneath the Seafloor? part of SERC Web Resource Collection

In 1991, scientists aboard the submersible Alvin sailed into the aftermath of a very recent volcanic eruption on the seafloor. This article published in Oceanus, a Woods Hole Oceanographic ...

Superplume Formation Beneath An Ancient Slab part of SERC Web Resource Collection

Graduate student Eh Tan, working with Michael Gurnis at the California Institute of Technology, has recently discovered a plausible mechanism of generating superplumes at the core mantle boundary. ...

Tharsis Superplume(1): Why Superplume? part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This abstract for the 2001 Geological Society of America annual meeting applies the superplume concept to explain the origin of the Tharsis shield volcanoes on Mars. (A superplume is a broad zone of ...


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