“To some, the “swarmageddon” 40 miles east of downtown Los Angeles brought fear that a bigger threat was coming.”
The CA seismic activity LIVE DATA map page is here:
“Larry Mastin, a USGS Hydrologist, worked with fellow colleague Jacob Lowenstern in 2016 to produce a paper on the ash-fall impacts in the event of another supereruption.
Speaking during a public lecture the same year, he explained: “The objective was to see how the growth of umbrella clouds would affect ash distribution from Yellowstone.” – article with charts –
YELLOWSTONE LIVE begins its four-night live event on Sunday, June 23, at 10/9c on both National Geographic and Nat Geo WILD, and premieres the following three nights at 9/8c. YELLOWSTONE LIVE returns for a second season with more animals, cameras and live locations showcasing wildlife from one of America’s most cherished national parks and its surrounding areas.