What is all the buzz about in the Yellowstone area? Is it really dangerous? On January 23rd Jake Lowenstern, Scientist-in-Charge of Yellowstone Volcano Observatory, will explain what is happening now with earthquakes, ground uplift, and steam explosions at a free USGS public lecture in Menlo Park. He will talk about the amazing geological history of […]

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The Yellowstone Volcano is topic of USGS public lecture in Menlo Park on Jan. 23

by Contributed Content on January 21, 2014

Post image for The Yellowstone Volcano is topic of USGS public lecture in Menlo Park on Jan. 23 What is all the buzz about in the Yellowstone area? Is it really dangerous? On January 23rd Jake Lowenstern, Scientist-in-Charge of Yellowstone Volcano Observatory, will explain what is happening now with earthquakes, ground uplift, and steam explosions at a free USGS public lecture in Menlo Park. He will talk about the amazing geological history of Yellowstone National Park and how USGS scientists are monitoring the area and other volcanoes in order to forecast future eruptions. The lecture takes place at the U.S Geological Survey, Building 3 Auditorium, second floor, 345 Middlefield Avenue, at 7:00 pm

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