Like humans who eat too many beans, Yellowstone’s Sprouter Geyser has recurrent issues with gas.
Don’t Call It a Supervolcano
Living in Geologic Time: Scientists dismantle the myths of Yellowstone.
Megadrought Caused Yellowstone’s Old Faithful to Run Dry
Scientists studying wood samples preserved by Old Faithful have determined that the famous geyser was dormant for several decades during the 13th century due to a megadrought.
Are Geysers a Signal of Magma Intrusion Under Yellowstone?
Steamboat Geyser, the world’s tallest, is in the midst of one of its largest periods of activity. Is it linked to new magma intruding under the Yellowstone caldera?
Exploring the Restless Floor of Yellowstone Lake
Yellowstone Lake, far from any ocean, hosts underwater hot springs similar to those on mid-ocean ridges. A research team is investigating the processes that drive the lake’s hydrothermal systems.
Studying Yellowstone by Integrating Deep Carbon Science
Second Deep Carbon Observatory Summer School; Yellowstone National Park, Montana and Wyoming, 23–28 July 2016
Pinpointing the Trigger Behind Yellowstone's Last Supereruption
Geologists suggest that mixing of magma melt pockets could have caused the explosion a little more than 600,000 years ago.
Can Carbon Dioxide Trigger Geyser Eruptions?
Researchers looking at geyser discharge water in Yellowstone National Park found that dissolved carbon dioxide could be involved in a geyser's eruption.