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Yellowstone was the first national park in the world, and is known for its wildlife and its many geothermal features, especially Old Faithful Geyser, one of the most popular features in the park. It has many types of ecosystems, but the subalpine forest is dominant. Hundreds of structures have been built and are protected for their architectural and historical significance, and researchers have examined more than 1,000 archaeological sites. Yellowstone National Park spans an area of 3,468 square miles (8,980 km2), comprising lakes, canyons, rivers and mountain ranges...

 

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Rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes. Suddenly, some water spurts through a tiny 5-inch wide crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber. In an instant, thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air.



When the pressure builds up enough, steam bubbles start rising to the surface, the system depressurizes, and then a full eruption can occur.



Old Faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot. Scientists find clues to a violent path 34 miles southeast of the hot springs, on the shores of a circular lake called Indian ponds.



  As a field geologist, my job is to basically be a rock detective, and so I tried to determine what the origin is and what the history is of that particular rock. There we go, Ok, now, in this particular case,Let's look at this, this rock, when it started, it was just a loose sand, you could just put your fingers through it.



The solid boulder is formed from millions of individual grains of sand. Microscopic analysis reveals the grains have been cemented together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface? Morgan has chemically dated the rocks and discovered that, 3,000 years ago, the boulder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic geyser.



  You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine muddy material, been ejected up into the air as high as 3 to 5,000 feet, and then at some point, material would start raining down from this explosion column. Now you wouldn’t wanna be standing next to one of those.



Indian pond is the crater that the geysers left behind.



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Hot rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes, suddenly some water spurts through a tiny 5-inch crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber, in an instinct, thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air. When the pressure builds and  up, steam bubbles start  rising to the surface, the system depressurizes and the follow eruptions can occurre. Old faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot. Scientists find clues to a violent path 34 miles south-east to a hot springs, on the shores of a circular lake called Indian palms.so field geologist, my job is to basicly be eruptive detective, so I tried to determine what  their origin is and what the history is of that particular rock, there we go. Ok now, in this particular case, let’s look at this. This rock when it was started, it was just a loose sand, you can just put your finger through it. The solid bouder is formed from millons of individual grains of sand. Microscoptic analysis reveals the grains have been summented together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface, Morgen has chemically dataed the rock, soon discovered that 3000 years ago the bouder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic gaser. You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine    materal been ejected up to the air as high as 3 to 5 000 feet and then at some point, materals would start raining down from the exposion column. Now you would’t want to be standing it to one of those. Indian palms was the creator  of the gaser left behind
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Rocks below ground hit the water under pressure for around 90 minutes.Suddenly some water spirts through a tiny 5-inch wide crack in the rocks.This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber.In an instance,thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up the air.

"When the pressure builds up there,and steam bubble starts rising at the surface.The system key pressure rises and full eruption can occur."

Old faithful shows that the rocks below the surface are very hot.Scientists find clues to a violent path 34 miles southeast of the hot springs.On the shores of circular lake called India Ponds.

"There's a few geologist,my job is to basically be a rock detective,and so I try to determine what are their origin is and what the history is of that particular rock.There we go!Ok,now in this particular case,let's look at this,this rock we need started it,it was just a loose sand.Look,just put your fingers through it."

The solid border is formed from millions of individual grains of sands.Microscopical analysis reveals the grains have been cermetted together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground.But how did the rock get to the surface.Morgan has chemically dated the rocks,and discovered that 3000 years ago the border was blasted out the ground by the hot water explosion of gigantic geyser.

"You would see boiled water,rock fragments and fine muddy material been injected,been to the air as high as 3 to 5 thousands feet.And then at some point,material has started to waving down from the explosion column.Now you wouldn't want to be standing next to one of those."

Indian Pond,is the crater that the geyser left behinds.
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Hot rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes, suddenly some water spurts through a tiny 5-inch crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber, in an instant, thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air. When the pressure builds  up, steam bubbles start  rising to the surface, the system depressurizes and the follow eruptions can occur. Old faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot. Scientists find clues to a violent path 34 miles south-east to a hot springs, on the shores of a circular lake called Indian palms.so field geologist, my job is to basically be eruptive detective, and so I tried to determine what  their origin is and what the history is of that particular rock, there we go. Ok now, in this particular case, let’s look at this. This rock when it was started, it was just a loose sand, you can just put your finger through it. The solid bouder is formed from millons of individual grains of sand. Microscoptic analysis reveals the grains have been cemented together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface, Morgen has chemically dataed the rock, soon discovered that 3000 years ago the bouder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic geyser. You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine    materal been ejected up to the air as high as 3 to 5 000 feet and then at some point, materials would start raining down from this exposion column. Now you would’t want to be standing it to one of those. Indian palms is the creator  of the geyser left behind
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Hot rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes, suddenly some water spurts through a tiny 5-inch-wide crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber, in an instinct, thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air.
  When the pressure
build and up, steam bubbles start  rising to the surface, the system depressurizes and the follow eruptions can occure.

  Old faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot. Scientists find clues to a violent path 34 miles south-east to a hot springs, on the shores of a circular lake called Indian ponds.


so field geologist, my job is to basicly be eruptive detective, so I tried to determine what  their origin is and what the history is of that particular rock, there we go. Ok now, in this particular case, let’s look at this. This rock when it was started, it was just a loose sand, you can just put your fingers through it.


The solid bouder is formed from millons of individual grains of sand. Microscoptic analysis reveals the grains have been summented together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface, Morgen has chemically dataed the rock, soon discovered that 3000 years ago the bouder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic gaser.


You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine mudy materal been injected up to the air as high as 3 to 5 000 feet and then at some point, material would start raining down from the exposion column. Now you would’t want to be standing next to one of those. Indian ponds is the creator of the gaser left behind
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Hot rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes, suddenly some water spurts through a tiny 5-inch crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber, in an instant, thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air.

When the pressure builds up enough, steam bubbles start rising to the surface, the system depressurizes and the follow eruptions can occur.

Old faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot.

Scientists find clues to a violent path 34 miles south-east to a hot springs, on the shores of a circular lake called Indian pouds. so field geologist, my job is to basically be eruptive detective, and so I tried to determine what their origin is and what the history is of that particular rock, there we go.

Ok now, in this particular case, let’s look at this. This rock when it was started, it was just a loose sand, you can just put your fingers through it.

The solid border is formed from millons of individual grains of sand. Microscoptic analysis reveals the grains have been cemented together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface? Morgen has chemically dataed the rock, soon discovered that 3000 years ago the bouder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic geyser.

You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine materal been ejected up to the air as high as 3 to 5 000 feet and then at some point, material would start raining down from this explosion column. Now you would’t want to be standing it to one of those.

Indian pouds is the creator of the geyser left behind.
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Hot waters below grand hit the water under pressure for around ninety minutes, suddenly some waters burst through a tiny five-inch wide crack in the rocks. This cause is in a drop pressure within a water temper. In an instant, thousands of gallons of water are turn to string and blasted up into the air.

“When the pressures out of now, string bubbles are arising in the surface, the systems keep pressure on in the center, for irruption can you heard.”

Old facebook shows the rocks below the surface are very hot.

Scientists find clues to violent pass thirty-four mile southeast of the hot springs, on a shore of circular Lake called Indian Ponds.

“So be geologists, my job is to basically be around the detective, and so I tried to determine where the origin is, and what the history is of that particular rock. There we go. Okay, now.
In this particular case, let’s look at this, this rock, when you started, it’s just loose sand, you can just put your fingers through it.”


The solid boarder is formed from millions of individual ground of sands. Micro scan can analysis reveals the ground and smutty together by Chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface?

Morgan has chemically data the rocks and discovered 3000 years ago, the bolder was blasted around the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic geyser.

"You will see, boiling water, rock fragments, and find medieval material, being in injected upon to the air as high as three to five thousand feet. And then some point material would start raining down, from this, its blossom colour. Now you wanna wouldn’t be staying the next to one thoughts."

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Hot rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes, suddenly some water spurts through a tiny 5-inch wide crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber, in an instant; thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air. When the pressure builds up, steam bubbles start rising to the surface, the system depressurizes and the follow eruptions can occur. Old faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot. Scientists find clues to a violent path 34 miles south-east to a hot springs, on the shores of a circular lake called Indian ponds. So field geologist, my job is to basically be eruptive detective, and so I tried to determine what their origin is and what the history is of that particular rock, there we go. Ok now, in this particular case, let’s look at this. This rock when it was started, it was just loose sand, you can just put your finger through it. The solid bolder is formed from millions of individual grains of sand. Microscopic analysis reveals the grains have been cemented together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface, Morgan has chemically dated the rock, soon discovered that 3000 years ago the boulder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic geyser. You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine…material been ejected up to the air as high as 3 to 5 000 feet and then at some point, materials would start raining down from this explosion column. Now you wouldn’t want to be standing next to one of those. Indian ponds is the creator of the geyser left behind

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Hot rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes, suddenly some water spurts through a tiny 5-inch crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber, in an instant, thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air. When the pressure builds and  up, steam bubbles start  rising to the surface, the system depressurizes and the follow eruptions can occur. Old faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot. Scientists find clues to a violent path 34 miles south-east to a hot springs, on the shores of a circular lake called Indian palms. so field geologist, my job is to basically be eruptive detective, so I tried to determine what  their origin is and what the history is of that particular rock, there we go. Ok now, in this particular case, let’s look at this. This rock when it started, it was just a loose sand, you can just put your finger through it. The solid bouder is formed from millions of individual grains of sand. Microscopic analysis reveals the grains have been summented together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface, Morgen has chemically dated the rock, soon discovered that 3000 years ago the bouder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic gaser. You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine muddy   material been ejected up to the air as high as 3 to 5 thousand  feet and then at some point, materials would start raining down from the exposion column. Now you wouldn’t want to be standing next to one of those. Indian palms was the creator  of the gaser left behind
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Hot rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for about 90 miniutes.Sudden some water spurts through a tiny 5-inch wide crack in the rocks.This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber.In a instance,thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air.

"When the pressure builds up and up,steam bubbles start arising to the surface the system depressurizes in it and a full eruption can occur."

Old Faithful shows tha rocks below the surface are very hot.Scientists find clues to a violent pass 34 miles southeast to the hot springs on the shore of a circular lake called "Indian Ponds".

"These are field of geologist,my job is to basically be a rock detective,and so I tried to determine what the origin is and what the history is of that particular rock.Here we go.Okay,now,in this particular case,let's look at this.These rock,we need started,they were just a loose sand.You can just put your fringers to it."

The solid border is formed from millions of individual graine of sand.Microscoptic analysis reveals the graine has been cemented together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground.But did the rock get to the surface?Morgan has chemically dated the rocks,soon discovered that 3000 years ago the border was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of the gigantic geyser.

"You'll see boiling water,rock fragments and fine muddy material being ejected up into the air as high as 3 to 5 thousand feet.And then at some point,material would start raining down from this explosion column.Now you wouldn't want to be standing next to one of those."

Indian Ponds is the crater that the geyser left behind.
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Hot rocks below ground hit the water under pressure for around 90 munites. Suddenly, some water spurts through a tiny 5-inch wide crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber. In an instant, thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air.

When the pressure build up enough, steam bubbles start rising to the surface, the system depressurizes, and the follow eruption can occur.

Old faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot. Scientists find clues to a violent path 34 miles southeast of the hot springs, on the shores of a circular lake called Indian ponds.

-So few geologist, my job is to basically be a rock detective, and so I tried to determine what the origin is and what the history is of that particular rock. Ok, now, in this particular case, look at this, this rock, when it started, it was just a loose sand, you could just put your fingers through it.

The solid border is formed from millions of individual grains of sand. Microscape analysis reveals the grains have been cemented together by chemicals and pressure, deep on the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface? Morgan has chemically dataed the rocks and discovered that 3,000 years ago, the border was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic gyser.

-You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine // material, been e// up into the air as high as 3 to 5,000 feet, and then at some point, material would start raining down from this explosion column. Now you wouldn’t wanna be standing next to one of those.

Indian ponds is the creator that the gysers are left behind.

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hot rocks below ground hit the water under pressure for around 90 minutes.suddenly some water spirts through a  tiny  5- inch wide crack in the rocks.this causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber.in a instance,thousands of gallons of water are turned into steam and blasted up the air.
when the pressure builds up enough.steam bubbles start rising on the surface. the systems of deep pressure rises and fall eruption can occur.old faithful shows that the rocks below the surface are very hot.scentists find clues to a violent path 34 miles southeast of the hot spring.on the shores of circular lake .called Indian ponds,there're a few geologists .my job is to basically be a  rock detective .and so i try to determine what are their origin.what the history is of that particular rock.ok now this particular case .let's look at this.this rock we need started it.it was just a loose sand. you can just put your fingers through it.the solid boder is formed from millions of individual grains of sand.microscopical analysis reveals the grains have been cermetted together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground ,but how did the rock get to the surface .Morgan has chemically detected the roke and discovered three thousand years ago. the border was blasted out of the ground by the  hot water explosion of gigantic geyser. you will see boiling water, rock fragments and fine muddy material being injected up into air as higher as three to five thousand feet. and then some point material will start raining down from this explosion column .now you would want to be standing next to one of those,Indian ponds is the creater that the gyser left behind .

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Hot rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes. Suddenly, some water spurts through a tiny, five-inch wide crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber. In an instant, thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air.
When the pressure builds up enough, steam bubbles start rising to the surface, the system depressurizes and a full eruption can occur.
Old Faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot.
Scientists find clues to a violent path, 34 miles southeast to a hot springs, on the shore of a circular lake called Indian Ponds.
As a field geologist, my job is to basically be a rock detective. And so I try to determine what their origin is, and what the history is of that particular rock. There we go. OK, now in this particular case, let’s look at this. This rock when it started, it was just a loose sand. You can just put your fingers to it.
The solid border is formed from millions of individual grains of sand. Microscopic analysis reveals the grains have been cemented together by chemicals and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface? Morgan has chemically dated the rocks, and discovered that 3000 years ago, the border was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic geyser.
You would see boiling water, rock fragments and find muddy material being ejected up into the air as high as 3000-5000 feet, and then at some point, material would start raining down from this explosion column. Now you wouldn’t want to be standing next to one of those.
Indian Ponds is the crater that the geyser left behind.
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Rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes. Suddenly, some water spurts through a tiny 5-inch wide crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber. In an instant, thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air.

When the pressure builds up enough, steam bubbles start rising to the surface, the system depressurizes, and the follow eruption can occur.

Old faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot. Scientists find clues to a violent path 34 miles southeast of the hot springs, on the shores of a circular lake called Indian ponds.

-So a field geologist, my job is to basically be a rock detective, and so I tried to determine what the origin is and what the history is of that particular rock. There we go, Ok, now, in this particular case, look at this, this rock, when it started, it was just a loose sand, you could just put your fingers through it.

The solid bolder is formed from millions of individual grains of sand. Microscopic analysis reveals the grains have been cemented together by chemicals and pressure deep on the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface? Morgan has chemically dated the rocks and discovered that, 3,000 years ago, the bolder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic geyser.

-You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine muddy material, been ejected up into the air as high as 3 to 5,000 feet, and then at some point, material would start raining down from this explosion column. Now you wouldn’t wanna be standing next to one of those.

Indian pond is the crater that the geysers are left behind.
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Hot rocks below ground heat the water under pressure for around 90 minutes. Suddenly, some water spurts through a tiny five-inch wide crack in the rocks. This causes a drop in the pressure within the water chamber. In an instant, thousands of gallons of water are turned to steam and blasted up into the air.
"When the pressure builds up enough, steam bubbles start rising to the surface, the system depressurizes and following eruption can occur. "

Old Faithful shows that rocks below the surface are very hot. Scientists find clues to a violent path, 34 miles southeast of the hot springs on the shores of circular lake called "Indian Ponds".
"so few geologists, my job is to basically be a rock detective. And so i tried to determine what the origin is and what the history is of that particular rock. Ok, now, in this particular case, let's look at this. This rock, we need studies, there is just a loose sand. You can just put your finger to it."

The solid boarder, is formed from millions of individual grains of sand. Microscopic analysis reviews the grains have been cemented together by chemical and pressure deep under the ground. But how did the rock get to the surface? Morgan has chemically dated the rocks, soon discovered that 3000 years ago, the boarder was blasted out of the ground by the hot water explosion of a gigantic geyser.

"You would see boiling water, rock fragments and fine muddy material being ejected up into the air as high as three to five thousand feet. And then at some point, material would start raining down from this explosion column. Now, you wouldn't want to be standing next to one of those."
Indian Ponds is the crater that the geysser left behind.
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