File:Yellowstone Caldera.svg

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English: "At Yellowstone and some other volcanoes, some scientists theorize that the earth's crust fractures and cracks in a concentric or ring-fracture pattern. At some point these cracks reach the magma “reservoir,” release the pressure, and the volcano explodes. The huge amount of material released causes the volcano to collapse into a huge crater—a caldera." From nps.gov
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Source File:Yellowstone_Caldera.gif which is from http://www.nps.gov/archive/yell/tours/fountainpaint/hotspot_yell.htm
Author Kbh3rd
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current16:22, 22 November 2010Thumbnail for version as of 16:22, 22 November 2010560 × 289 (61 KB)Kbh3rdspeling error: "Freswater" -> "Freshwater"

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