Yellowstone Volcano Status


During the current federal government shutdown, the Volcano Hazard Program and all five U.S. Volcano Observatories will continue to issue updates, warnings, and notifications through the usual channels, including websites, email, and social media. The volcano monitoring data on this website will be kept up to date and all monitoring instruments will continue to be operational. Static website content will not be updated until further notice and information may be outdated. More information is available at https://www.doi.gov/shutdown.

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YVOs Mission The Yellowstone Volcano Observatory provides timely monitoring and hazard assessment of volcanic hydrothermal and earthquake activity in the Yellowstone Plateau region

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USGS Volcano Hazards Program  Yellowstone Volcano Observatory USGS Volcano Science Center Yellowstone elevated status

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Yellowstone volcano Wyoming status remains green normal activity Saturday Jun 04 2016 0932 AM  BY T The activity at the caldera seismicity deformation degassing etc remains at normal levels

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Yellowstone is open access limited Conditions in the park can change quickly especially when winter storms hit during spring and fall The map below lists current road status and highlights construction projects that might affect travel plans

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Areas of the United Stated that once were covered by volcanic ash from Yellowstones giant eruptions 2 million and 630000 years ago compared with ashfall from the 760000yearold Long Valley caldera eruptions at Mammoth Lakes California and the 1980 eruption of Mount St Helens Washington

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Our neighbors are pitching in and helping with the dirty work during the government shutdown of Yellowstone National Park Concessionaires have delegated employees to clean restrooms gather and empty trash groom trails give information and conduct tours

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Yellowstone Volcano Caldera Rises Falls and Rises Again Deep beneath Yellowstone forces of heat and pressure cause the surface to rise and fall much like the breathing of a gigantic slumbering beast

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Yellowstone volcano Yellowstone volcano also called the Yellowstone Caldera is the supervolcano located in Yellowstone National Park in the United States

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Yellowstone National Park sits squarely over a giant active volcano This requires attention Yellowstone has been a national park since 1872 but it was only in the 1960s that scientists

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