Dr. Henry Heasler is the park geologist at Yellowstone. He received his PhD from the University of Wyoming, and his research interests include geothermal systems and terrestrial heat transport. The primary focus of Dr. Heasler's work in Yellowstone involves protection of the park's world-unique hydrothermal systems. In this Q&A session, Dr. Heasler answers common questions about the Yellowstone volcano, discussing its relationship to the park's thermal features and the likelihood of an eruption.
Q&A - Yellowstone Volcano, Henry Heasler
Last updated: August 6, 2015