ON THE RISE. Yellowstone's Grand Prismatic Spring is one of the geothermal features heated by a reservoir of molten rock beneath the park's central basin (inset map, red). Magma flow into that reservoir from mid-2004 through 2006 triggered rapid uplift in several areas, including those in yellow. Triangles denote locations of Global Positioning System equipment.
Credit: H. Holdsworth; (inset) Chang, et al.
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