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The Myriad Microfauna of Yellowstone Lake

bacterial composition of Yellowstone Lake is very similar to that reported for other freshwater lakes. Among the 26 phyla found in the lake, ...

http://www.nps.gov/.../YS_21_1.pdf

Geothermal Resources - Yellowstone National Park (U.S ...

For example, research on thermophilic bacteria, algae mats, predators, ... Legislative restrictions on geothermal development around Yellowstone, ...

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

NPS: Explore Nature » Benefit-Sharing in the National Parks

They use bacteria specially bred ... Most of the potential bioprospecting in national parks is currently related ... and in the boiling pools in Yellowstone National ...

http://www.nature.nps.gov/.../whatis.cfm

Yellowstone’s Trumpeter Swans - National Park Service

Shared Ideals in Yellowstone and Royal National Parks Wolverines in Greater Yellowstone Yellowstone’s Trumpeter Swans volume 19 • issue 3 • 2011

http://www.nps.gov/.../ys_19-3.pdf

Mammoth Hot Springs - National Park Service

Mammoth Hot Springs ... bacteria live in slightly cooler water. ... Yellowstone: Official National Park Handbook, David Rains Wallace

http://www.nps.gov/.../243-8-10.pdf

Frequently Asked Questions: Bison Vaccination ...

Brucellosis is a non-native disease that was likely introduced to bison and elk in the greater Yellowstone area by cattle some time before 1917.

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

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Because of the federal government shutdown, national parks are closed and the National Park Service website is not being maintained. As a result of donations from ...

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Inventory for National Park Service Records, Natural and ...

... below are an inventory of our unprocessed holdings related to natural and social science research and activities in Yellowstone ... bacteria in ...

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

Stromatolite Fossils - Capitol Reef National Park (U.S ...

Photosynthesis in the bacteria depletes ... The Capitol Reef Stromatolites stand ... can be found in the outlet channel of Octopus Springs in Yellowstone ...

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unior Yellowstone's Nature - National Park Service

Yellowstone National Park was created in 1872, and it became the world’s ... such as bacteria. What colors do you see? Write down the color that you see in the

http://www.nps.gov/.../JrLo10Sept27opt.pdf