supereruption

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su·per·e·rup·tion

(sū'pĕr-ē-rŭp'shŭn),
Movement of a tooth beyond the normal plane of occlusion due to the loss of its antagonist(s).

su·per·e·rup·tion

(sū'pĕr-ē-rŭp'shŭn)
Movement of a tooth beyond normal plane of occlusion due to loss of antagonist(s).
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The Yellowstone National Park in the United States has a supervolcano beneath it, measuring 8 out of 8 on the Volcanic Explosivity Index.
A video revealed what would happen if a planet-killer asteroid that's capable of triggering an extinction-level event hits the Yellowstone supervolcano. According to the video, the overall effect of the impact would depend on the size of the asteroid.
Besides its diverse flora and faunaA and stunning views, it's also of great interest to the United States Geological Survey, mostly because of the so-called Yellowstone supervolcano that is conveniently situated at the lake's basin.
Never mind the SuperVolcano or the Sweet Meteor of Death.
SCIENTISTS at Aberdeen University have studied the sea to discover the route taken by hot fluids which feed a supervolcano in southern Italy.
The park has closed a section of the viewing boardwalk in the area in response to the changes, but the USGS has been clear that the recent thermal activity does not indicate changes in Yellowstone supervolcano activity.
It follows similar articles claiming a "guaranteed destruction of the United States" through nuclear attacks on the supervolcano in Yellowstone National Park and geological faults on the country's Pacific coast.
Now, researchers think they know the answer: Ever since the MFF's formation after a supervolcano erupted 3 billion years ago (S&T: Oct.
A new way to estimate how fast magma is recharging beneath the supervolcano at Yellowstone National Park has been found by researchers at Washington State University, Pullman, and the University of Idaho, Moscow.
Lyrical prose and luminous paintings lead young readers ages 5 to 9 on a picture book tour of the Yellowstone supervolcano, from the wolves, elk, bears, and mountain goats that roam its surface, to the fiery depths of its magma chamber.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Early modern humans living in South Africa around 74,000 years ago prospered through the cataclysmic eruption of the Toba supervolcano in Sumatra.
Geologists from the University of Kobe discovered supervolcano with 34-cubic meter of magma on the shores of Japan, which in the event of an eruption could kill more than 100 million people.