Yellowstone volcano has erupted three times in history – 2.1 million, 1.3 million, and 630,000 years ago. Jacob Lowenstein of the United States Geological Survey (USGS) has completed the first geological survey of Yellowstone National Park. During their stay, the group experienced a "swarm of earthquakes" that shook the trees and the ground beneath them.
In 1871, Ferdinand Vanderveer Hayden led a team of 50 geologist geologists during the first exploration of the Yellowstone volcano.
Mr. Lowenstein revealed how the team gathered information about the Super Volcano.
He said in 2014, "Ferdinand Hayden was one of the people who drove the expedition through Yellowstone.
"This was the group that finally started the US Geological Survey ten years later.
Geologists experienced earthquake swarms
Ferdinand Vanderveer Hayden led a team of 50 enthusiastic geologists on the first reconnaissance
. They have experienced what we call an earthquake swarm today.
"Hayden brought William Henry Jackson – a photographer – and Thomas Moran – a painter.
"They collected samples, they documented what they saw, and made it both through photography and through paintings.
" They were sent back to Washington and were authoritative involved that Yellowstone was restored as a National Park. "
Mr. Lowenstein also revealed how Mr. Hayden realized it was a volcanic area.
He He added: "He realized that this is a volcanic area, and he knew that it was not too long in the geological past, that it was active.
Jocob Lowenstein spoke 2014
Yellowstone Volcano located in Yellowstone National Park
"He made it a bit older than it actually is and he has also recognized that the hot springs and water are related to the volcanic system
"He and his colleagues had a camp on the north side of Yellowstone Lake and they have experienced another notable thing we know about Yellowstone – there are many Earthquake.
"You have experienced a swarm of earthquakes, in which they were awakened in the middle of the night by a series of shocks, that shook the trees.
The revelation comes after Mr. Lowenstein's colleague and eligible scientist Mike Poland sent a warning about a NASA plan.
The space agency had presented a concept for drilling in the hydrothermal system and cool the volcano.
The idea could apparently "save the world" and cost around £ 2.7 billion.
Mr. Poland did not support them.
He said in 2018: "There are no plans to actually do so, it was just a plan in the concept.
"However, it is not planned to drill in Yellowstone, and I can not imagine that it would ever be allowed, as it is a national park.
"It would not have the intended effect – it's not even a good idea."
Mike Poland did not support the NASA plan
Mr. Poland further claimed that drilling could also affect the natural beauty of Yellowstone.
He added, "It would have the potential disadvantages of affecting all of the natural features in Yellowstone.
"" In other places in the world where geothermal wells were drilled near geysers, the activity was actually muted completely.
"It is unlikely that this will happen."
The Yellowstone volcano erupted last 630,000 years ago
However, Mr. Poland has discontinued these allegations during a weekly update by USGS.
The scientist said, "We have heard many statements that Yellowstone is overdue – that it has a major outbreak every 600,000 years and since the last outbreak 631,000 years ago, you can see where that leads
" That's right ? In a word, no. In two words, no way. In three words, not even close. Yellowstone does not work that way.
The calculation that Yellowstone erupts about every 600,000 years has led many to claim that the super volcano is "overdue".
However, Dr. Poles do not behave this way and as a result there is no indication that Yellowstone needs to break out again.
The scientist explained: "Between eruptions results in an average of about 725,000 years.
"If this is the case, we still have about 100,000 years left, but this number is based on very few data and is therefore essentially meaningless – would you base one conclusion on the average of just two numbers?"
"The Point However, if someone or an article or documentary says that Yellowstone erupts every 600,000 years, you know immediately that they are full of nonsense. "