A Supervolcano In Utah? It’s 30 Times Bigger Than Yellowstone’s


Yellowstone’s famous caldera, which last erupted more than 640,000 years ago, can lay claim as North America’s most well-known supervolcano.

But it isn’t the continent’s largest. A more ancient one found near the small southwestern Utah town of Enterprise was about 30 times bigger.

Aspects of the geological landscape southern Utah is famous for – Pine Mountain, Veyo volcano and lava flows – come from volcanic activity in the area, all stemming from the supervolcano Wah Wah Springs.

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