Yellowstone volcano: Why USGS predicted MONTH-LONG eruption in July

“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 –

https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/1136595/yellowstone-volcano-usgs-month-long-eruption-july-umbrella-ash-bury-us-spt

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.

Vice President Pence to visit Billings, Yellowstone next week