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Tyler Legg
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Friday, January 9, 2009


I know this blog is for NC, but all eyes are on the movement of Yellowstone National Park. Heres a map of the recent swarm of Yellowstone Earthquakes. The map also shows quakes from 1973 to today. Notice that virtually every quake happened on the northern half of Yellowstone Lake. The caldera, or crater of the supervolcano is represented by the solid black circle.

2 comments:

chagua said...

Thank you Tyler. This map is very good, but what does the little stars mean?
To answer your question, Madrid now is supposed to have a cold weather, even with negative temperatures at night. The strange thing is that Madrid has 1 foot high of snow.
In the place were I live, snow is more probable, but only once or twice a year. This year we have already suffered three huge snow storms, so this year, as you say it, is very weird.
I have just seen that you have put the feedjit in your blog. It is very good to see where the people that visit your site are from.
Greetings.Fernando.

Tar Heel Fly Fishing said...

WOW, a foot of snow, after experiencing 3 big snowstorms...I don't know about you, but that is a lot of snow...
Better to have your ice fishing rod than fly rod...

I'm pretty sure they represent quakes that occured years ago. The red circles are the most recent.

Yup, the feedjit's awesome...I can tell how my visitors are getting to my blog. I saw the Feedjit on your site, so I went ahead and put one on mine.

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