Reactions Science Videos | July 31, 2018
Yellowstone National Park’s hot springs have incredible geochemistry thanks to being part of an actual volcano. But why are they so different, and why are some more dangerous than others?
Man Dissolved in Acidic Water After Trying to Soak in Yellowstone National Park Hot
Man who dissolved in boiling Yellowstone hot spring slipped while checking temperature to take bath
What the Heck Is ‘Hot Potting’—and How Did One Man Die Trying It?
Deaths and Injuries at Yellowstone's Geysers and Hot Springs
Water-Chemistry Data for Selected Hot Springs, Geysers, and Streams in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 2001-2002
In Hot Water – Excerpts from Fire in Folded Rocks by Jeffrey Hanor
Frequently Asked Questions--Using the Hot Springs Water
CPSC Warns Of Hot Tub Temperatures
A Man Dissolved in an Acidic Hot Pool at Yellowstone. Here’s Why the Water Is So Dangerous
Where Yellowstone's Hot Water Comes From
Yellowstone Volcano Observatory
Hot Springs Around Yellowstone: Where to (Legally) Take a Dip
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