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  • This here kids is the Yellowstone Supervolcano, the largest volcano in America.
  • Ms. Arosa, what exactly is a volcano?
  • Well, in a nutshell, a volcano is a mountain that opens downward to a pool of molten rock below the surface of the earth.
  • Why is it called a Supervolcano?
  • However, the real Yellowstone Supervolcano is found as a special volcanic crater, also known as a caldera. This is just a replica of the volcano before it collapsed and became a caldera.
  • This volcano got named a supervolcano when three enormous eruptions ocured a very long time ago and released so much material that the area was often referred to as a supervolcano.
  • Enough material was released it could have filled up Lake Erie Twice.
  • Mrs. Arosa, is another eruption going to occur anytime soon?!
  • If another eruption was to occur ash would blanket all of North America. Some places would be covered with a meter of debris.
  • Don't worry Kerry, although another eruption is possible there is only a 0.00014%, or in other a very, very slim chance of another eruption to happen.
  • On Thursday we will continue our talk about volcanoes in the classroom. Now let's go see Old Faithful!
  • Yay!
  • Woohoo!!!
  • Oh yeah!
  • Awesome!
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