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volume 14 • number 1 • winter 2006
is a hot spring in the Mud Volcano region that has yielded enormous bacterial diversity, as shown by previous molecular
Yellowstone Science A quarterly publication devoted to the natural and cultural sciences Volume 1 Number 4 Paleoindian Use of
The Gift of Mushroom
Inside Yellowstone, Short Videos on Park Features & Processes ...
The basin was named for the
gravel that covers much of the area.
is formed when lava cools too quickly for ordered, ... Emerald
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Creek; and Yellowstone, Heart, Shoshone, Riddle, ... Surprise
, Green Dragon Spring, and the Lower, Upper, and Norris Geyser Basins.
NPS: Nature & Science» Geology Resources Division
In Black Sand Basin the bright colors of Sunset Lake and Emerald
attract photographers. ... Continuing north of Norris you pass
BOYD M. MCKEOWN PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM
Cliff, the Knotted Woods, and the ... Handkerchief
, and Sulphur Spring. ORGANIZATION The album remains in its original order. PROVENANCE
National Park Service: A Brief History of the National Park Service
... at Emerald
. ... The trailside exhibits now commonly used in many national parks and first tried at
Cliff in Yellowstone were an out-growth of the ...
Yellowstone NP: Rules and Regulations (1920)
Cliff (12 miles from Mammoth ... From the Bathtub a path leads south past Emerald
and some small paint pots that have developed since 1905 ...
Upper Geyser Basin - Old Faithful Virtual Visitor Center
... this geyser basin is named for the fine black sand derived from volcanic glass (
). Some of the most colorful hydrothermal features in the park are ...
USGS: Geological Survey Bulletin 395 (Results of the Experiments)
The gas escaping from two orifices under the water at the south end of the
were first tested qualitatively for thorium ...
Cliff: 50: 2.32:
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