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Auxiliary material for this article contains a ternary diagram showing He, CH4 and Ar relations for gas collected from fumaroles and frying pans.

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ggge2097-sup-0002-fs01.pdfPDF document137KFigure S1. Ternary diagram showing He, CH4 and Ar relations for gas collected from fumaroles and frying pans demonstrates that Yellowstone gases can be discriminated by their CH4/He ratios, that discrete geographic areas have unique CH4/He ratios, and that most groups form an array of mixtures of magmatic and crustal gases with those derived from boiling of meteoric waters (Ar end-member).
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