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
- Chemistry World
- Hot Springs Around Yellowstone: Where to (Legally) Take a Dip
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