Yellowstone spawned twin tremendous-eruptions that altered international local weather

A brand new geological report of the Yellowstone supervolcano’s final catastrophic eruption is rewriting the story of what occurred 630,000 years in the past and the way it affected Earth’s local weather. This eruption shaped the huge Yellowstone caldera noticed in the present day, the second largest on Earth.
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