Minute Out In It: Rumor Control (Video from Yellowstone National Park)

Check out this YouTube video from Yellowstone National Park that addresses some rumors and concerns that have come up as a result of their recent 4.8 earthquake. It clears up a lot of questions! Find other videos that they’ve made HERE.

Here’s another article that answers questions about the risk of an eruption from Yellowstone’s supervolcano.

Quake expert predicts no big band in Y’stone

jhnewsandguide.com

The 4.8 magnitude earthquake that shook Yellowstone National Park this weekend was unremarkable besides the fact it happens around every decade or so, a University of Utah professor says.

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50th Anniversary of the 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake

The 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake happened 50 years ago today. It was the largest quake in U.S. history. Watch this interesting video by the U.S. Geological Survey.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lE2j10xyOgI

3.2-magnitude earthquake hits near Francis: Seismologist says quake is "nothing out of the ordinary"

parkrecord.com

Francis resident Eric Averett was sitting at his kitchen table Friday morning when he felt a short rumbling and a “boom” sound. That rumbling was a 3.2-magnitude earthquake, which was reported three miles southwest of Woodland.

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Minor earthquake recorded in Summit County

sltrib.com

A minor earthquake rattled a remote area of north-central Utah’s Wasatch Mountains late Friday morning, but caused no damage to nearby communities.

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What Caused the California Earthquake? Faults Explained

A little read on the latest quake that shook 50-miles offshore of northern California late last night.

news.nationalgeographic.com

We all have our faults, and that includes planet Earth. Earthquakes, big and small, rattle the globe every day, most recently making news this week with temblors in northern California.

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US seismic array eyes its final frontier

nature.com

On Maine’s rugged coast, just north of the tourist town of Boothbay, an underground seismometer is listening for earthquakes. Engineers activated it on 26 September, completing the US$90-million Transportable Array, an ambitious effort to blanket the contiguous United States with a moveable grid of seismic monitors (see ‘On the march’).

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Yellowstone's Killer Hazard: Earthquakes, Not Eruptions

livescience.com

A supervolcano blasting Yellowstone National Park to smithereens may capture the imagination, but the region’s real risk comes from earthquakes, researchers reported here Sunday (Oct. 27) at the Geological Society of America’s annual meeting.

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Predicting Quakes Still Shaky, But Being Prepared Is Crucial

upr.org

Morning recess at St. Augustine Catholic School in Culver City, Calif., is like recess in many other schools. Children run and play in the afternoon sun. But nearby, away from the basketball hoops and the games of tag, the staff is preparing.

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