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volume 14 • number 1 • winter 2006 - National Park Service

Obsidian Pool Prime: Obsidian Pool is a hot spring in the Mud Volcano region that has yielded enormous bacterial diversity, as shown by previous molecular

http://www.nps.gov/.../YS14%281%29.pdf

Yellowstone Science - National Park Service

Yellowstone Science A quarterly publication devoted to the natural and cultural sciences Volume 1 Number 4 Paleoindian Use of Obsidian The Gift of Mushroom Pool

http://www.nps.gov/.../vol1-4.pdf

Norris Vicinity Accessible Features - Yellowstone National ...

Visitors using wheelchairs can see the steam and colors of Porcelain Basin from the museum and view Emerald Pool nearby. ... Obsidian Cliff

http://www.nps.gov/.../norris-accessibility.htm

Geology - Yosemite National Park (U.S. National Park Service)

The volcanic rocks outside the park include these same rocks as well as ash-flow tuff, rhyolite, pumice, obsidian, etc. The Mono Craters, ...

http://www.nps.gov/.../geology.htm

Inside Yellowstone - Glossary of Terms - Yellowstone ...

Obsidian - A usually black or banded, ... Castle, Doublet Pool, close up of beading) Sinter - A chemical sediment or crust deposited by hot springs.

http://www.nps.gov/.../glossary-iy.htm

National Park Service: A Brief History of the National ...

... at Emerald Pool. ... The trailside exhibits now commonly used in many national parks and first tried at Obsidian Cliff in Yellowstone were an out-growth of the ...

http://www.cr.nps.gov/.../kieley7.htm

"Oh, Ranger!" (Nature's Notes) - National Park Service

He then suddenly found himself face to face with Obsidian ... the grasshoppers disintegrate and the pools at the base of the walls of ice are dark brown in color ...

http://www.cr.nps.gov/.../chap7a.htm

NPS Publications: Tuzigoot - The Excavation and Repair of ...

Obsidian points occurred ... but neither material was in anything like the extensive general use for chipped tools that obsidian was. PECKED AND GROUND STONE POOLS ...

http://www.nps.gov/.../sec6.htm

Upper Geyser Basin - Old Faithful Virtual Visitor Center

... this geyser basin is named for the fine black sand derived from volcanic glass (obsidian). Some of the most colorful hydrothermal features in the park are ...

http://mms.nps.gov/.../blacksand.htm

Trip Planner 2014 - National Park Service

hydrothermal spring or pool. Where allowed, swim at your own risk. ... National Park Ranger, Obsidian Cliff, and the Old Faithful Inn and Historic District.

http://www.nps.gov/.../14Trip_planner.pdf