Yellowstone is on top of huge boiling reservoir of liquid carbonate

A Fiery Monster Lump is Bubbling Beneath Yellowstone’s Supervolcano, Reveals Study

A colossal lump of molten carbonates is bubbling hundreds of kilometers underneath Yellowstone Park’s supervolcano, and the discovery has changed scientists’ understanding of the carbon cycle.
About 1.8 million square kilometers (700,000 square miles) in size, the liquidized, carbon-infused material lurks in the upper region of the mantle, a research published in the journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters has revealed.”



Worries Over YS Supervolcano with Idaho’s Many Quakes

With Idaho Still Trembling, Is Yellowstone Supervolcano Eruption Looming Just Ahead?

“Since this latest one, the area has experienced a string of aftershocks, some registering as high as 4.8 on the Richter scale. The persistent after effects have been so strong that a popular beach along Stanley Lake in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area has sunk into the water.”

” . . . Even though Idago is still experiencing shakes, with the state proved to be full of old seismic faults, it doesn’t necessarily mean Yellowstone will face a new volcanic eruption any time soon.”

Yellowstone Shakes

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Swarm Of Earthquakes In Yellowstone Renews Fears Of Supervolcano Eruption

“The US Geological Survey says it is monitoring the area near Yellowstone National Park where a swarm of earthquakes has caused renewed concern over the area’s underground supervolcano. Although statistically unlikely, a supervolcano eruption would release the equivalent of 1,000 Hiroshima atomic bombs and wreak unprecedented destruction.”