CCRLC Publications and Media
The Crown of the Continent Research Learning Center is dedicated to communicating research and science results in Glacier National Park through the production of a variety of publications and media. These include web-based products, such as video and audio podcasts, as well as various documents produced by the Science Communication Specialist and other staff of the CCRLC, including resource bulletins, position papers and newsletters.
Follow the links below to view available podcasts or to download pdf formated documents.
The CCRLC produces interactive media that explores research, citizen science programs, and areas of interest within the Crown of the Continent.
Science in the Crown Newsletter
Brochures and Other Products
The grizzly bear brochure explains recent research and current grizzly bear monitoring efforts in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem and how monitoring is essential for decisions relating to grizzly bear recovery and eventual delisting.
The Rocky Point Nature Trail guide was developed to explain fire ecology effects near Lake McDonald following the 2003 Robert Fire.
The following document is a comprehensive field guide to invasive plant species that are established in or encroaching on the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem. It includes detailed information on 42species and brief descriptions of 21 additional species. The guide was developed through a collaborative effort and support of numerous agencies and organizations that are members of the Crown Managers Partnership.
Did You Know?
Glacier National park was named for the glaciers that carved, sculpted, and formed this landscape millions of years ago. Despite the recession of current glaciers, the park's name will not change when the glaciers are gone.