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Bonheyo, G.T., Frias-Lopez, J., and Fouke, B.W. 2006. A test for airborne dispersal of thermophilic bacteria from hot springs. In Inskeep, W.P. and McDermott, T.R. Geothermal Biology and Geochemistry in Yellowstone National Park. Proceedings of the Thermal Biology Institute Workshop, Yellowstone National Park, WY. Montana State University Publications, p. 327-42.

Boylen, C.W. and T. D. Brock. 1973. Effects of thermal additions from the Yellowstone geyser basins on the benthic algae of the Firehole River. Ecology. 54(6).

Brock, Thomas D. 1978. Thermophilic microorganisms and life at high temperatures. New York : Springer-Verlag.

Brock, Thomas D. 1994. Life at high temperatures. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education, Inc.

Fouke, B.W., Bonheyo, G.T., Sanzenbacher, E., and Frias-Lopez, J. 2003. Partitioning of bacterial communities between travertine depositional facies at Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, USA. Canadian Journal Earth Sciences, 40:1531-48.

Zeikus, J. G. and T. D. Brock. 1972. Effects of thermal additions from the Yellowstone Geyser Basins on the bacteriology of the Firehole River. Ecology, 53 (2).

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