A 100-ft-wide horizontal fissure has developed across a rock wall at Grand Teton National Park, in Wyoming’s far north-west. Park officials fear the crack developed as a result of increased activity in a super-volcano located in nearby Yellowstone. What does the most recent tectonic activity portend?
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