The tremors took place in regions siting on the San Andreas Fault, an 800-mile area of the state known for its turbulent tectonic activity.
The lake, which appeared after the eruptions in 2018, is expected to reach up to 230 feet in depth.
Volcanologist Colin Wilson says the findings "change the way we think about the massive Yellowstone explosions."
One witness described the event as an "enormous ball of light in the sky," as scientists say remains of the meteorite may have landed north of Innoko River.
Scientists say this is the best-recorded earthquake swarm to hit Yellowstone and the team is now analyzing the data from it.
New Jersey residents were woken up by an earthquake at 2 a.m. on Wednesday morning, with shaking felt miles from the epicenter.
The swarm hit a section of the fault capable of producing earthquakes of magnitude 7 and above.
The LAFD confirmed there has been no loss of life or serious injury as a result of the magnitude 4.2 quake which hit early on Thursday.
The USGS has released images of the newly-formed lake inside the Halema'uma'u crater.
The body of water—which is rusty brown in color due to chemical reactions —measures up to 100 feet deep and has an area of roughly five football fields.
A heatwave is also ravishing the Desert Southwest, making California more vulnerable to landslides.
The map was put together using six regional maps made during the Apollo era, in combination with information collected during recent lunar missions.
The earthquakes currently happening in the Cuba region are unrelated to the quakes off southwest Puerto Rico.
Residents said that the boom shook doors and furniture, as well as startling pets.
The tremor caused several buildings to collapse, burying people in the wreckage.
The bubbles are the result of magma being rapidly cooled by water as it shoots out of underwater vents.
Water has been steadily rising in the pool since it was discovered at the end of July.
USGS scientist addresses spike in internet searches for Yellowstone caldera after the quakes.
The U.S. Geological Survey recorded a strong aftershock less than 24 hours after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake that struck California.
Scientists estimate that the dead zone could grow to around 7,829 square miles—or about the same size as the state of Massachusetts.
Fortunately, the earthquakes were not powerful enough to cause any damage or injuries on the surface.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park official said the man was taken to hospital for urgent care.
A new report from the U.S. Geological Survey assesses the risk of volcanic eruptions across the state.
Misinformation, one scientist said, "causes unnecessary and unfounded anxiety" about the iconic national park.
Research geologist Laszlo Kestay said the USGS has been paying "close attention" to space resources for years.
It's headed for the boat ramp in Isaac Hale Park.