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Yellowstone Science Contributing Authors

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List of Authors/Interviewees (including title and issue)

 
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Al-Niemi, Thamir S.
Plants Exposed to High Levels of Carbon Dioxide in Yellowstone National Park (co-author) - 16(1)

Almberg, Emily
Wolf Diseases in Yellowstone National Park (co-author) - 15(2)
Infectious Diseases in Yellowstone's Canid Community (co-author) - 19(2)

Anderson, Pat
20,000 Leagues Under Yellowstone Lake (co-author) - 3(4)

Anzelmo, Joan
(Sidebar) Media and the 1988 Yellowstone Fires - 17(2)

Archibald, Kari S.
Backcountry Llama Packing: What Do Other Wilderness Visitors Think? (co-author) - 5(3)

Bangs, Ed
Ten Years of Wolves Perspective: How Did Wolves Get Back to Yellowstone - 13(1)

Barbee, Robert
1. interview A Bee in Every Bouquet - 3(1)
2. I Was There - 17(2)

Barber, Shannon
Elk Calf Mortality Post-Wolf Restoration - 13(3)

Barber-Meyer, Shannon
Nature Note: Wolves and Tigers: Reflections of Yellowstone in Corbett National Park, India - 17(1)

Baril, Lisa
Willow-Bird Relationships on the Northern Range - 17(3)

Barnosky, Elizabeth
interview Confidence in the Past - 1(1)

Barns, Susan M.
A Search for Life in Well Y-7 (co-author) - 10(4)

Barton, Michael D.
Between Heaven and Hell: Religious Language in Early Descriptions of Yellowstone - 16(3)

Bath, Alistair J.
Who Visits Yellowstone? - 2(2)

Baughman, John
statement to NAS Committee - 7(3)

Beetle, Dorothy E.
Recolonization of Burned Aspen Groves by Land Snails - 5(3)

Bennett, Kristeen
Panther Creek Volcano (co-author) - 14(1)

Biel, Mark J.
Bear on Bear Predation in Hayden Valley (co-author) - 10(4)

Bischke, Scott
A Science Agenda for the Greater Yellowstone Area: Responding to landscape impacts from climate change, land use change, and invasive species - 18(2)

Bjornlie, Dan
Grizzly Bears and Snowmobile Use: A Summary of Monitoring a Grizzly Den on Togwotee Pass - 18(2)

Blackford, Tami
1. Heritage and Research Center: A Worthy Home for Wonderland's Collections - 12(4)
2. Sort of a Historian: Paul Schullery Retires (Interview) - 17(3)

Blahna, Dale J.
Backcountry Llama Packing: What Do Other Wilderness Visitors Think? (co-author) - 5(3)

Bleichroth, Amy
Following the Path of Stone (co-author) - 20:2

Bothner, Brian
Unfolding the Mystery of Protein Thermostability (co-author) - 15(1)

Boyce, Mark S.
Brucellosis and the Future of Greater Yellowstone - 3(1)

Bosak, Keith
Soundscapes and the Winter Visitor Experience(co-author) - 19(2)

Broadbent, Sarah
Tales from Forest and Stream: News of Yellowstone in the late 1800s - 6(4)

Brock, Thomas D.
1. The Yellowstone Field Research Expeditions, Part I -­ 10(4)
2. The Yellowstone Field Research Expeditions, Part II -­ 11(1)

Brodie, J.F.
Are Wolves Saving Yellowstone's Aspen? (co-author) - 19(2)

Burger, John
1. Yellowstone's Snipe Fly Summer - 3(2)
2. Yellowstone's Insect Vampires - 4(4)
3. interview Burns, Bugs, and Bites - 15(1)

Byrand, Karl
From Fire to Fun, and Back Again: The Changing Cultural Landscape of Yellowstone's Upper Geyser Basin - 8(3)

Cannon, Kenneth P.
Paleoindian Use of Obsidian in the Greater Yellowstone Area - 1(4)

Carr, Brett B.
It's Not Drying Up, Just Changing: Mapping Change at Mammoth Hot Springs Using Aerial Photographs and Visual Observations - 18(3)</>

Caslick, James W.
1. Yellowstone Pronghorns: Relict Herd in a Shrinking Habitat - 6(4)
2. Yellowstone Nature Notes: Wildlife-Human Conflicts in Yellowstone (co-author) - 11(1)

Cherry, Todd L.
Invasive Species Management for the Yellowstone Lake Ecosystem: What do Visitors Think? (co-author) - 9(2)

Christiansen, Tim A.
Terrestrial Litter Invertebrate Communities in Yellowstone Park - 4(2)

Christensen, Norm
Future Forests, Future Fires - 17(2)

Clegg, Kent
interview The Pied Piper of Whooping Cranes - 7(1)

Cole, Glen
oral history interview - 8(2)

Compton, Gail W.
Visitors and Wildlife - 2(2)

Coon, R. Brad.
Harry R. Horr and the Promotion of the National park - 12(3)

Copeland, Jeff
Wolverines in Greater Yellowstone (co-author) - 19(3)

Corn, Paul Stephen
Amphibians and Disease: Implications for Conservation in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem - 15(2)

Cottenoir, Leo
interview The Last Wolf - 1(4)

Coughenour, Michael B.
Carrying Capacity and Movements of Yellowstone Bison (co-author) - 19(1)

Crabtree, Robert L.
1. Gray Ghost of the Beartooth - 1(3)
2. interview Information Warriors - 3(4)
3. The Ecological Role of Coyotes on Yellowstone's Northern Range (co-author) - 7(2)
4. Infectious Diseases in Yellowstone's Canid Community (co-author) - 19(2)

Cripps, Cathy
What Do We Know About Fungi in Yellowstone National Park? (co-author) - 20(1)

Cross, Molly
A Science Agenda for the Greater Yellowstone Area: Responding to landscape impacts from climate change, land use change, and invasive species - 18(2)

Cross, Paul C.
Infectious Diseases in Yellowstone's Canid Community (co-author) - 19(2)

Cuhel, Russell
1. 20,000 Leagues Under Yellowstone Lake (co-author) - 3(4)
2. The Bridge Bay Spires: Collection and Preparation of a Scientific Specimen and Museum Piece (with Carmen Aguilar, et al.) - 12(4)

Daniels, Orville
I Was There - 17(2)

Darville, Ray
What Draws People to Yellowstone's Backcountry (co-author) - 15(3)

Davis, Jack and Susan
interview Introducing the Davis Collection - 9(4)

Davis, Troy
1. Chronic Wasting Disease: Planning for an Inevitable Dilemma (co-author) - 15(2)
2. White-tailed Jackrabbits in Yellowstone (co-author) - 17(1)

Debinski, Diane
Using Satellite Data to Support Fieldwork - 4(3)

Dennis, John
statement to NAS Committee - 7(3)

Doss, Paul K.
Following the Path of Stone (co-author) - 20:2

Duffield, John W.
Wolf Recovery in Yellowstone: Park Visitor Attitudes, Expenditures, and Economic Impacts (co-author) - 16(1)

Eddington, Leslie
What Do We Know About Fungi in Yellowstone National Park? (co-author) - 20(1)

Elias, Scott A.
Reconstructing Yellowstone's Climate History - 5(4)

Eversman, Sharon
Lichens in Yellowstone National Park - 15(3)

Ewing, Roy
Suspended Sediment in the Rivers of Northern Yellowstone - 5(1)

Farnes, Phil
The Snows of Yellowstone - 5(2)

Feigley, Pete
interview The Greater Yellowstone Conservation Data Center - 1(3)

Finley, Michael V.
1. statement to NAS Committee - 7(3)
2. interview Never Running From a Fight: Mike Finley Looks Back on His Park Service
Career - 9(3)

Flather, Bob
Red Sowash and the Round Prairie Saloon - 11(4)

Flores, Dan
Spirit of Place and the Value of Nature in the American West - 1(3)

Fontenot, Brit T.
Striking Similarities: Labor Versus Capital in Yellowstone National Park - 5(4)

Foos, K. Michael
1. Pilobolus Ecology - 1(3)
2. Pilobolus: A Fungus that Grows in Yellowstone - 9(1)

Foster, David
Origins of a Continent (co-author) - 20:2

Fouke, Bruce W.
Mammoth Hot Springs, where change is constant (co-author) - 18(3)

Frank, D.A.
Patterns in CO2 Fluxes and Their Controls in Yellowstone's Temperate Grasslands (co-author) - 19(2)

Franke, Mary Ann
1. two-part article A Grand Experiment - 4(4) & 5(1)
2. Do Groomed Roads Increase Bison Mileage? - 13(4)

French, Marilynn and Steve
interview Getting Past "Wow" - 3(2)

Freimund, Wayne
Soundscapes and the Winter Visitor Experience (co-author) - 19(2)

Friedman, Irving
interview Yellowstone Seen Through Water and Glass - 5(4)

Frye, Steve
(Sidebar) Changes in Large Fire Management Since the 1988 Fires - 17(2)

Fuhrmann, Bob
Tracking Down Yellowstone's Red Fox: Skis, Satellites, and Historical Sightings - 10(1)
Mammoth Hot Springs, where change is constant (co-author) - 18(3)


Garrott, Robert A.

1. Why Do Elk Eat Burned Bark? (co-author) - 1(4)
2. Yellowstone's Trumpeter Swans in Peril? (co-author) - 19(3)


Gehman, Steve

1. Stalking the Elusive Fisher - 3(4)
2. Searching for "Skunk Bears": The Elusive Wolverine (co-author) - 6(3)
3. Yellowstone Nature Notes: A Wolf-Coyote Interaction (co-author) - 8(1)

Gillin, Colin M.
Aversive Conditioning of Grizzly Bears (co-author) - 3(1)

Good, John M.
Reminiscence from the Firing Line - 8(2)

Goss, Robert V.
Yellowstone's First General Store - 13(2)

Green, Mike
Yellowstone Nature Notes: Waiting on the Beehive - 9(4)

Gresswell, Bob
interview Yellowstone Lake and Change - 4(2)

Grogan, Dennis W.
Yellowstone's Thermophiles: Microbial Diversity from Harsh Environments - 18(3)

Gunther, Kerry
1. Bear-Inflicted Human Injuries in Yellowstone, 1970-1994 (co-author) - 4(1)
2. Bear on Bear Predation in Hayden Valley (with Mark J. Biel) - 10(4)
3. Grizzly Bear Nutrition and Ecology (co-author) - 14(3)
4. Delisted But Not Forgotten - 16(2)
5. From Garbage, Controversy, and Decline to Recovery (co-author) - 16(2)
6. Human Habituated Bears (co-author) - (16)2
7. Possible Grizzly Cub Adoption in Yellowstone National Park (Nature Note) (co-author) - 16(2)
8. White-tailed Jackrabbits in Yellowstone (co-author) - 17(1)
9. Nature Notes: A Yellowstone Fire Lookout Reminisces About the 1988 Fires - 17(2)

Gunther, Stacey
White-tailed Jackrabbits in Yellowstone (co-author) - 17(1)

Haines, Aubrey
interview Yellowstone History: 125 Years and More to Tell - 6(4)

Halfpenny, James
White-tailed Jackrabbits in Yellowstone (co-author) - 17(1)

Hamilton, E. William

Yellowstone's Most Invaded Landscape (co-author) - 20(1)

Hammond, Forrest M.
Aversive Conditioning of Grizzly Bears (co-author) - 3(1)

Hansen, Andrew J.
1. (Sidebar) Past Change in Ecological and Human Communities as a Context for Fire Management - 17(2)
2. Land Use in Greater Yellowstone - 17(3) (co-author)Willow-Bird Relationships on the Northern Range - 17(3)
3. A Science Agenda for the Greater Yellowstone Area: Responding to landscape impacts from climate change, land use change, and invasive species - 18(2)


Haraden, Robert

oral history interview - 8(2)

Hardy, Colin C.
Control of Hydrothermal Fluids by Natural Fractures at Norris Geyser Basin (co-author) - 14(4)

Hare, Hobie
Yellowstone Nature Notes: Right of Way - 10(2)

Harmata, Al
Yellowstone's Bald Eagles - 2(3)

Haroldson, Mark A.
1. From Garbage, Controversy, and Decline to Recovery (co-author) - 16(2)
2. Possible Grizzly Cub Adoption in Yellowstone National Park (Nature Note) (co-author) - 16(2)

Harting, Bert
interview Dishrags and Popcorn - 1(2)

Hassrick, Peter
1. Yellowstone Mountain Lions and Art: Alexander Phimister Proctor's Sculpture, Panther with Kill - 12:1
2. Yellowstone, Art, and Aesthetic Conservation - 13(3)

Heasler, Hank P.
1. Control of Hydrothermal Fluids by Natural Fractures at Norris Geyser Basin (co-author) - 14(4)
2. Using Thermal Infrared Imagery and LiDAR in Yellowstone Geyser Basins (co-author) - 18(1)
3. It's Not Drying Up, Just Changing: Mapping Change at Mammoth Hot Springs Using Aerial Photographs and Visual Observations (co-author) - 18(3)


Heckmann, Richard

Cutthroats and Parasites - 2(3)

Hegg, Sarah J.
Grizzly Bears and Snowmobile Use: A Summary of Monitoring a Grizzly Den on Togwotee Pass - 18(2)

Heinrich, Bill
Greater Yellowstone Peregrines (co-author) - 6(2)

Hellquist, C. Eric
Yellowstone's Most Invaded Landscape (co-author) - 20(1)

Henry, Darrell
Origins of a Continent (co-author) - 20:2

Henry, Jeff
1. Bark Eating by Yellowstone Elk - 2(4)
2. Yellowstone Nature Notes: A Firestorm over the Inn: A Personal Account of the 1988 North Fork Fire - 12:2

Henson, Joan, et al.
Fungi in Yellowstone's Geothermal Soils - 13(4)

Herrero, Steve
interview Saving North America's Grizzly Bear Ecosystems - 4(3)

Hert, Tamsen Emerson
The Grand Canyon Hotel - 13(3)

Hiza, Margaret M.
The Geologic History of the Absaroka Volcanic Province - 6(2)

Hoekstra, Hopi
Bear-Inflicted Human Injuries in Yellowstone, 1970-1994 (co-author) - 4(1)

Hodges, Karen
Snowshoe Hares in Yellowstone - 13(2)

Houseal, Ana K.
Mammoth Hot Springs, where change is constant - 18(3)

Howe, Bob
oral history interview - 8(2)

Hudson, Crystal J.
Whirling Disease and Native Cutthroat Trout of the Yellowstone Lake Ecosystem (co-author) - 15(2)

Hutchinson, Roderick A.
1. A Journey Toward the Center of the Earth (co-author) - 3(3)
2.Thermal Evolution at Astringent Creek - 4(3)

Jaworowski, Cheryl
1. Control of Hydrothermal Fluids by Natural Fractures at Norris Geyser Basin (co-author) - 14(4)
2. Using Thermal Infrared Imagery and LiDAR in Yellowstone Geyser Basins (co-author) - 18(1)
3. It's Not Drying Up, Just Changing: Mapping Change at Mammoth Hot Springs Using Aerial Photographs and Visual Observations (co-author) - 18(3)

Johnson, Ann
1. Archeology 101-11(4)
2. The Groundwork for a Career in Yellowstone's Past (interview) - 18(1) 3. An Overview of Precontact Archeology in Yellowstone (interview) - 18(1)

Johnson, Mark
1. Bugged Bears and Collared Cougars - 1(1)
2. A New Look at an Old Land (co-author) - 1(2)

Johnson, Vanessa K.
Trends in Rural Residential Development in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Since the Listing of the Grizzly Bear, 1975-1998 - 9(2)

Johnston, Jeremy
1. Preserving the Beasts of Waste and Desolation: Theodore Roosevelt and Predator Control in Yellowstone - 10(2)
2. Trailing Theodore Roosevelt Through Yellowstone:The Written and Visual Records of Roosevelt's 1903 Yellowstone Visit - 15(1)


Joss, Laura

1. Ground Penetrating Radar Studies at Mammoth Hot Springs (co-author) - 7(2)
2. interview The Evolution of Cultural Resources Management in Yellowstone: An
Interview with Laura Joss - 9(1)

Jules, E.S.
Are Wolves Saving Yellowstone's Aspen? (co-author) - 19(2)

Kaplinski, Matt
20,000 Leagues Under Yellowstone Lake (co-author) - 3(4)

Kaster, Jerry
20,000 Leagues Under Yellowstone Lake (co-author) - 3(4)

Kauffman, M.J.
Are Wolves Saving Yellowstone's Aspen? (co-author) - 19(2)

Kaya, Cal
Arctic Grayling in Yellowstone National Park: Status, Management, and Recent Restoration Efforts - 8(3)

Keinath, Douglas A.
Yellowstone's World of Bats: Taking Inventory of Yellowstone's Night Life - 15(3)

Keller, Bill
oral history interview - 8(2)

Kelly Susan
Unfolding the Mystery of Protein Thermostability (co-author) - 15(1)

Kerans, Billie L.
Whirling Disease and Native Cutthroat Trout of the Yellowstone Lake Ecosystem (co-author) - 15(2)

Kershner, Jeffrey
A Science Agenda for the Greater Yellowstone Area: Responding to landscape impacts from climate change, land use change, and invasive species - 18(2)

Kieffer, Susan W.

A Journey Toward the Center of the Earth (co-author) - 3(3)

Kinnan, Kendra L.
Whirling Disease and Native Cutthroat Trout of the Yellowstone Lake Ecosystem (co-author) - 15(2)

Klump, Val
20,000 Leagues Under Yellowstone Lake (co-author) - 3(4)

Knight, Dennis H.
Effects of the 1988 Fires - 2(1)

Knight, Richard R.
interview Holding on to Yellowstone's Grizzlies: A Parting Chat with a 24-year Veteran of Yellowstone's Grizzly Bear Wars - 6(1)

Koel, Todd M., et al.
1. Conserving Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout: Yellowstone's Aquatic Sciences Program - 14(2)
2. Whirling Disease and Native Cutthroat Trout of the Yellowstone Lake Ecosystem - 15(2)

Larson, Peter
SHORTS-Older Hot Spring Alteration in the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River- 19(1)

Lathrop, Richard G.
The 1988 Fires and Yellowstone's Large Lakes - 2(1)

Lawrence, Rick (co-author)Willow-Bird Relationships on the Northern Range - 17(3)

Leakey, Richard
interview Science, Sentiment, and Advocacy - 10(3)

Legg, Mike
What Draws People to Yellowstone's Backcountry (co-author) - 15(3)

Lewis, Suzanne
Passion and Hard Work (excerpts from an oral history interview with Suzanne Lewis) - 20:2

Livers, Michael
Stone Circles in Yellowstone - 20:2

Lococo, Andrea
statement to NAS Committee - 7(3)

Lovalvo, Dave
20,000 Leagues Under Yellowstone Lake (co-author) - 3(4)

Lowenstern, Jake
Supervolcano Truth and Fiction - 13(3)

Mahony, Daniel L.
Whirling Disease and Native Cutthroat Trout of the Yellowstone Lake Ecosystem (co-author) - 15(2)

Maki, Jim
20,000 Leagues Under Yellowstone Lake (co-author) - 3(4)

Marcus, W. Andrew
Human Impacts on Geyser Basins - 17(1)

McEneaney, Terry
1. The White-tailed Ptarmigan in Yellowstone - 3(2)
2. Black-throated Sparrow in Yellowstone - 3(3)
3. Harlequin Ducks: Noble Ducks of Turbulent Waters - 5(2)
4.Greater Yellowstone Peregrines (co-author) - 6(2)
5. Yellowstone Christmas Bird Counts of the Twentieth Century - 9(1)
6. Yellowstone Nature Notes: 2001 Christmas Bird Count - 10(1)
7. Results of the 2002 Christmas Bird Count - 11(1)
8. Yellowstone Nature Notes: Recent Additions to the Yellowstone Bird Checklist, and Raven Predation of Grebes - 12(3)
9. Yellowstone's Trumpeter Swans in Peril? (co-author) - 19(3)

McMahon, Thomas E.
Where Did They Come From: Natural Chemical Markers Identify Source and Date of Lake Trout Introduction in Yellowstone Lake (co-author) - 14(2)

McMenamin, Sarah K.
Biodiversity and "Crystal" Salamanders - 17(1)

McNaughton, Sam
interview Grazing and Yellowstone - 4(1)

Meagher, Mary
1. interview "The Biology of Time" - 5(2)
2. oral history interview - 8(2)
3. Bears in Transition 1959-1970s - 16(2)

Mech, L. David
1. interview Wolf Realities - 3(3)
2. Elk Calf Mortality Post-Wolf Restoration - 13(3)
3. Infectious Diseases in Yellowstone's Canid Community (co-author) - 19(2)

Metz, M.C.
Summer Kill Rates of Yellowstone Wolves (co-author) - 19(2)

Meyer, Grant
A Polluted Flash Flood and Its Consequences - 2(1)

Meyer, Judith
interview Yellowstone and a Sense of Place: Stasis and Change in the Park Experience - 6(3)

Mills, L. Scott
Snowshoe Hares in Yellowstone - 13(2)

Minshall, G. Wayne
Stream Ecosystem Responses to the 1988 Wildfires (co-author) - 6(3)

Mogk, David
Origins of a Continent (co-author) - 20:2

Morgan, Lisa
1. interview: Science with Eyes Wide Open - 11(2)
2. The Floor of Yellowstone Lake is Anything but Quiet! (with Pat Shanks, Dave Lovalvo, et al.) - 11(2)

Mueller, Paul
Origins of a Continent (co-author) - 20:2

Munro, Andrew R.
Where Did They Come From: Natural Chemical Markers Identify Source and Date of Lake Trout Introduction in Yellowstone Lake (co-author) - 14(2)

Murcia, Silvia
Whirling Disease and Native Cutthroat Trout of the Yellowstone Lake Ecosystem (co-author) - 15(2)

Murphy, Kerry
1. two-part interview The Yellowstone Lion - 2(3) & 2(4)
2. The Elusive Canada Lynx - 13(2)
3. Grizzly Bears and Snowmobile Use: A Summary of Monitoring a Grizzly Den on Togwotee Pass - 18(2)
4. Wolverines in Greater Yellowstone (co-author) - 19(3)


Murphy, Sue Consolo
Yellowstone Nature Notes: Musings from the Berry Patch - 12(4)

National Academy of Sciences
1. excerpt Ungulate Management in Yellowstone: A NAS Review - 7(3)
2. excerpt Ecological Dynamics on Yellowstone's Northern Range - 10(2)

Neale, Christopher M.U.
Using Thermal Infrared Imagery and LiDAR in Yellowstone Geyser Basins (co-author) - 18(1)

Neher, Chris J.
Wolf Recovery in Yellowstone: Park Visitor Attitudes, Expenditures, and Economic Impacts (co-author) - 16(1)

Nuss, Dale
oral history interview - 8(2)

Oakleaf, Bob
Greater Yellowstone Peregrines (co-author) - 6(2)

Olliff, Tom
1. Yellowstone Nature Notes: Wildlife-Human Conflicts in Yellowstone - 11(1)
2. Sort of a Historian: Paul Schullery Retires (Interview) - 17(3)Schullery, Paul
3. A Science Agenda for the Greater Yellowstone Area: Responding to landscape impacts from climate change, land use change, and invasive species (co-author) - 18(2)

Oosterhous, Tim
What Draws People to Yellowstone's Backcountry (co-author) - 15(3)

Pace, Norman R.
1. A Search for Life in Well Y-7 (co-author) - 10(4)
2. Microbial Ecology and Energetics in Yellowstone Hot Springs (co-author)

Paddock, Robert
20,000 Leagues Under Yellowstone Lake (co-author) - 3(4)

Patterson, David A.
Wolf Recovery in Yellowstone: Park Visitor Attitudes, Expenditures, and Economic Impacts (co-author) - 16(1)

Patin, Thomas
The National Park as Museological Space - 8(1)

Patla, Debra
Amphibians of Yellowstone (co-author) - 7(1)

Patterson, Mike
Soundscapes and the Winter Visitor Experience(co-author) - 19(2)

Peters, John
Unfolding the Mystery of Protein Thermostability (co-author) - 15(1)

Peterson, Chuck
Amphibians of Yellowstone (co-author) - 7(1)

Peterson, Craig M.
Aversive Conditioning of Grizzly Bears (co-author) - 3(1)

Peterson, Rolf O.
1. Ten Years of Wolves Perspective: A Good Start - 13(1)
2. Summer Kill Rates of Yellowstone Wolves (co-author) - 19(2)

Petrick, Ellen
Mammoth Hot Springs, where change is constant (co-author) - 18(3)

Plumb, Glenn
1. A Science Agenda for the Greater Yellowstone Area: Responding to landscape impacts from climate change, land use change, and invasive species - 18(2)
2. Carrying Capacity and Movements of Yellowstone Bison (co-author) - 19(1)
3. SHORTS-Migration and Dispersal: Key Processes for Conserving National Parks (co-author) - 19(1)

Plumb, Sally
Capturing Yellowstone's History: Ungulate Management on the Northern Range - 8(2)

Porter, Helen Hadley
A New Look at an Old Land (co-author) - 1(2)

Preston Charles, R.
Saving the Charmed Goose: Thoughts on a new strategy for conservation in the "Next West" - 13(4)

Proffitt, Kelly M.
Yellowstone's Trumpeter Swans in Peril? (co-author) - 19(3)

Queen, Lloyd P.
Control of Hydrothermal Fluids by Natural Fractures at Norris Geyser Basin (co-author) - 14(4)

Quinn, Leslie
Savage Christmas: "...the best of times" - 9(3)

Quinn, Ruth
Overcoming Obscurity: The Yellowstone Architecture of Robert C.Reamer - 12:2

Rasmussen, Charlotte
Whirling Disease and Native Cutthroat Trout of the Yellowstone Lake Ecosystem (co-author) - 15(2)

Reid, Charissa
Passion and Hard Work (excerpts from an oral history interview with Suzanne Lewis) - 20:2

Reinhart, Karen Wildung
Old Faithful Inn: Centennial of a Beloved Landmark - 12:2

Remsen, Tony
20,000 Leagues Under Yellowstone Lake (co-author) - 3(4)

Renkin, Roy
1. White-tailed Jackrabbits in Yellowstone (co-author) - 17(1)
2. (co-author)Willow-Bird Relationships on the Northern Range - 17(3)

Reynolds, John
A Volunteer's Perspective - 11(4)

Risch, A.C.
Patterns in CO2 Fluxes and Their Controls in Yellowstone's Temperate Grasslands (co-author) - 19(2)

Robbins, Charles T
Grizzly Bear Nutrition and Ecology (co-author) - 14(3)

Robinson, Betsy
1. Searching for "Skunk Bears": The Elusive Wolverine (co-author) - 6(3)
2. Yellowstone Nature Notes: A Wolf-Coyote Interaction (co-author) - 8(1)

Robinson, Christopher T.
Stream Ecosystem Responses to the 1988 Wildfires (co-author) - 6(3)

Roemhild, George
Aquatic Insects and the Fires of 1988 - 2(2)

Romme, William H.
1. Global Climate Change in Greater Yellowstone (co-author) - 1(1)
2. In Praise of the Lowly Lodgepole (co-author) - 14(1)

Roosevelt, Theodore IV
The Froth and the Fury: Keynote speech delivered on the occasion of the Roosevelt Arch centennial - 11(4)

Royer, Todd V.
Stream Ecosystem Responses to the 1988 Wildfires (co-author) - 6(3)

Ruth, Toni K.
1. "Ghost of the Rockies:" The Yellowstone Cougar Project - 12:1
2. Yellowstone Nature Notes: Traversing the Cliffs: The Life and Death of Male Cougar M139 - 12:1

Ruzycki, James R.
Where Did They Come From: Natural Chemical Markers Identify Source and Date of Lake Trout Introduction in Yellowstone Lake (co-author) - 14(2)

Sacklin, John
Soundscapes and the Winter Visitor Experience(co-author) - 19(2)

Sanderson, Dr. Steven E.
Keynote Address: Delivered at the 7th Biennial Scientific Conference on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Beyond the Arch: Community and Conservation in Greater Yellowstone and East Africa, October 7, 2003 - 12:1

Sanford, Robert
Mammoth Hot Springs, where change is constant (co-author) - 18(3)

Saxen, Shelley Walker
Soundscapes and the Winter Visitor Experience(co-author) - 19(2)

Schullery, Paul
1. Yellowstone's First Winter Wildlife Survey - 2(4)
2. Yellowstone Nature Notes: A Neglected Documentary Resource (co-author) - 8(1)
3. A Tribute to Aubrey Haines - 8(4)
4. The Draper Museum of Natural History - 10(3)
5. The Murie Legacy - 10(4)
6. Yellowstone Nature Notes: Predators and Prey at Fishing Bridge - 11(2)
7. The Roosevelt Arch: A Centennial History of an American Icon (co-author) - 11(3)
8. Vaguely Disquieting Scenes: Fishing Bridge and the Evolution of American Sport Fishing in the Environmental Age - 16(3)
9. White-tailed Jackrabbits in Yellowstone (co-author) - 17(1)
10. Sort of a Historian: Paul Schullery Retires (Interview) - 17(3)
11. Greater Yellowstone Science: Past, Present, and Future - 18(2)
12. How Many Wolves Were in the Yellowstone Area in the 1870s? A Revealing Account from 1872 (co-author) - 19(1)

Schwartz, Charles C.
1. Grizzly Bear Nutrition and Ecology (co-author) - 14(3)
2. From Garbage, Controversy, and Decline to Recovery (co-author) - 16(2)

Scott, Kim Allen
1. A Missing Piece of a Yellowstone Puzzle: The Tangled Provenance of the Cook-Folsom-Peterson Yellowstone Expedition Diary - 7(1)
2. Robertson's Echo: The Conservation Ethic in the Establishment of Yellowstone and Royal National Parks - 19(3)

Scott, Ted
oral history interview - 8(2)

Sellars, Richard West
interview The Evolution of NPS Science and Natural Resource Management: Rhetoric versus Reality - 6(2)

Servheen, Chris
1. Grizzly Bear Nutrition and Ecology (co-author) - 14(3)
2. Delisting the Yellowstone Grizzly (co-author) - 16(2)

Shean, David
Norris Geyser Basin's Dynamic Hydrothermal Features - 14(4)

Sheldon, Jennifer W.
1. The Ecological Role of Coyotes on Yellowstone's Northern Range (co-author) - 7(2)
2. Infectious Diseases in Yellowstone's Canid Community (co-author) - 19(2)

Shelley, Rowland
Yellowstone's First Millipede - 4(1)

Shoemaker, Rebecca
Delisting the Yellowstone Grizzly (co-author) - 16(2)

Shogren, Jason F.
Invasive Species Management for the Yellowstone Lake Ecosystem: What do Visitors Think? (co-author) - 9(2)

Shortt, Mack W.
1. Record of Early People on Yellowstone Lake: Cody Complex Occupation at Osprey Beach - 11(4)
2. Museum of the Rockies Archaeological Research in the Canyons of the Yellowstone - 9(2)

Shovic, Henry
A New Look at an Old Land (co-author) - 1(2)

Sikes, Derek S.
Hidden Biodiversity: The Benefits of Large Rotting Carcasses to Beetles and Other Species - 6(1)

Silliman, Lee
A Ride to the Infernal Regions: An Account of the First Tourist Party to Yellowstone - 8(1)

Sivarajan, Saravanan
Using Thermal Infrared Imagery and LiDAR in Yellowstone Geyser Basins (co-author) - 18(1)

Smith, Bruce
Migratory Behavior of the Jackson Elk Herd - 4(3)

Smith, Conrad
interview Yellowstone and the News - 2(2)

Smith, Diane
Charles Doolittle Walcott: A Forgotten Microbe Researcher in Yellowstone National Park (co-author) - 14(4)

Smith, Douglas W.
1. Wolf #7: The Passing of a Matriarch - 10(3)
2. The Beavers of Yellowstone (co-author) - 16(3)
3. Infectious Diseases in Yellowstone's Canid Community (co-author) - 19(2)
4. Summer Kill Rates of Yellowstone Wolves (co-author) - 19(2)
5. Yellowstone's Trumpeter Swans in Peril? (co-author) - 19(3)

Smith, Eugene
Panther Creek Volcano (co-author) - 14(1)

Smith, Robert B.
interview Windows into Yellowstone - 8(4)

Smith, Steven
interview Tasmania and Yellowstone - 2(1)

Soulé, Michael
interview Natives Versus Exotics - 4(4)

Spear, John
1. A Search for Life in Well Y-7 - 10(4)
2. Microbial Ecology and Energetics in Yellowstone Hot Springs (co-author) - 14(1)

Speece, Marvin
Ground Penetrating Radar Studies at Mammoth Hot Springs (co-author) - 7(2)

Squires, John
Wolverines in Greater Yellowstone (co-author) - 19(3)

Stahler, D.R.
Summer Kill Rates of Yellowstone Wolves (co-author) - 19(2)

Steingisser, Alethea
Human Impacts on Geyser Basins - 17(1)

Stout, Richard G.
Plants Exposed to High Levels of Carbon Dioxide in Yellowstone National Park (co-author) - 16(1)

David D. Susong
SHORTS-Insights about Surface and Groundwater Flow - 19(1)

Tankersley, Tom
The Yellowstone Archives - 1(2)

Taylor, James Y.
Leave Only Footprints? - 5(1)

Taylor, Ralph
Gazing at Yellowstone's Geysers - 6(4)

Tercek, Michael T.
Plants Exposed to High Levels of Carbon Dioxide in Yellowstone National Park (co-author) - 16(1)

Tinker, Dan
In Praise of the Lowly Lodgepole (co-author) - 14(1)

Torbit, Steve
statement to NAS Committee - 7(3)

Tracy, Benjamin
Fire Effects in Yellowstone's Grasslands - 5(3)

Treanor, John J.
Balancing Brucellosis Risk Management and Wildlife Conservation (co-author) - 19(1)

Tyers, Daniel B.
1. Moose Population History on the Northern Yellowstone Winter Range - 16(1)
2. The Beavers of Yellowstone (co-author) - 16(3)
3. Squires, John Wolverines in Greater Yellowstone (co-author) - 19(3)

Turner, Monica G.
1.Global Climate Change in Greater Yellowstone (co-author) - 1(1)
2.Ecological Effects of the 1988 Fires: A story of surprise, constancy and change - 17(2)

Varley, John D.
1. Saving the Parts - 1(4)
2. interview The Rewards of Adventurism - 14(3)
3. Science and the Media - 17(2)

Varley, Nathan
1. Yellowstone's River Otters: Enigmatic Water Weasels - 6(1)
2. Yellowstone Nature Notes: Grizzly Bear Predation on a Bison Calf - 9(3)

Wagner, Frederic H.
statement to NAS Committee - 7(3)

Walker, Jeffrey J.
1. A Search for Life in Well Y-7 (co-author) - 10(4)
2. Microbial Ecology and Energetics in Yellowstone Hot Springs (co-author) - 14(1)

Wallen, Rick L.
1. Carrying Capacity and Movements of Yellowstone Bison (co-author) - 19(1)
2. Balancing Brucellosis Risk Management and Wildlife Conservation (co-author) - 19(1)
3. SHORTS-Nutrient Cycling: Transitioning from an Elk- to Bison-dominated Grassland System (co-author) - 19(1)
4. SHORTS-Migration and Dispersal: Key Processes for Conserving National Parks (co-author) - 19(1)

Ward, Nancy
NATURE NOTE-A playful meeting between two keystone predators in the park

Weber, Doug
Fighting Fire with Firepower: Firefighting in Yellowstone National Park, 1872-1918 - 8(3)

Weixelman, Joseph O.
Fear or Reverence? Native Americans and the Geysers of Yellowstone - 9(4)

Weldon, George
Moving from Fire Management to Learning to Live With Fire - 17(2)

Westphal, James A.
A Journey Toward the Center of the Earth (co-author) - 3(3)

Wheaton, Rodd L.
Architecture of Yellowstone: A Microcosm of American Design - 8(4)

Whipple, Jennifer
interview Park Botanist Jennifer Whipple and Yellowstone's Herbarium - 12(4)

White, P.J.
1. Why Do Elk Eat Burned Bark? (co-author) - 1(4)
2. Elk Calf Mortality Post-Wolf Restoration - 13(3)
3. Carrying Capacity and Movements of Yellowstone Bison (co-author) - 19(1)
4. Balancing Brucellosis Risk Management and Wildlife Conservation (co-author) - 19(1)
5. SHORTS-Nutrient Cycling: Transitioning from an Elk- to Bison-dominated Grassland System (co-author) - 19(1)
6. SHORTS-Migration and Dispersal: Key Processes for Conserving National Parks (co-author) - 19(1)
7. Yellowstone's Trumpeter Swans in Peril? (co-author) - 19(3)

Whitlock, Cathy
1. Interview Reading Yellowstone's History Through Crevice Lake Sediment Records - 10(1)
2. Why Fire History Matters - 17(2)
3. A Science Agenda for the Greater Yellowstone Area: Responding to landscape impacts from climate change, land use change, and invasive species - 18(2)

Whittlesey, Lee
1. Two Little-Known References to the Yellowstone Country from the 1860s - 3(3)
2. Yellowstone Nature Notes: A Neglected Documentary Resource (co-author) - 8(1)
3. The Changing Face of Apollinaris Spring - 11(1)
4. The Roosevelt Arch: A Centennial History of an American Icon (co-author) - 11(3)
5. Of Fairies' Wings and Fish: Fishery Operations and the Lake Fish Hatchery in Yellowstone - 14(2)
6. A Brief Look at Moran Point and Artist Point and Their Association with Thomas Moran and William Henry Jackson - 14(4)
7. White-tailed Jackrabbits in Yellowstone (co-author) - 17(1)
8. How Many Wolves Were in the Yellowstone Area in the 1870s? A Revealing Account from 1872 (co-author) - 19(1)

Wilmot, Jason
Wolverines in Greater Yellowstone (co-author) - 19(3)

Wondrak Biel, Alice
1. Yellowstone Nature Notes: Time Machine - 9(1)
2. Yellowstone Wildlife Watching: A Survey of Visitor Attitudes and Desires - 10(3)
3. Window Into Gardiner - 11(3)
4. 7th Biennial Conference Sets Attendance Record - 11(4)
5. The Bearer Has Permission: A Brief History of Research Permitting in Yellowstone National Park - 12(3)
6. 8th Biennial Scientific Conference Summary - 13(4)

Wyman, Travis
1. Yellowstone Nature Notes: Grizzly Bear Attacks Bull Bison - 9(3)
2. Human Habituated Bears (co-author) - 16(2)
3. Possible Grizzly Cub Adoption in Yellowstone National Park (Nature Note) (co-author) - 16(2)

Yochelson, Ellis
Charles Doolittle Walcott: A Forgotten Microbe Researcher in Yellowstone National Park (co-author) - 14(4)

Yochim, Michael J.
The Development of Snowmobile Policy in Yellowstone National Park - 7(2)

Zimmerman, Tom
Wildland Fire Management Policy: Learning from the past and present and responding to future challenges - 17(2)



List of Book Reviews by Author Volumes 1 to 13

Boyce, Mark S.
The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Redefining America's Wilderness Heritage, co-edited with Robert B. Keiter. Reviewed by Susan Rhoades Neel. - 1(3)

Carr, Mary
An Environmental Profile of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, co-edited with Dennis Glick and Bert Harting. Reviewed by Mark S. Boyce. - 1(4)

Christiansen, Robert
A Field-Trip Guide to Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, co-authored with Robert Fournier, Roderick Hutchinson, and Ken Pierce. Reviewed by John M. Good. - 3(2)

Clawson, Calvin C.
A Ride to the Infernal Regions: Yellowstone's First Tourists, Edited by Lee Silliman. Reviewed by TamsenEmerson Hert - 15(1)

Craighead, John
The Grizzly Bears of Yellowstone: Their Ecology in the Yellowstone Ecosystem, 1959-1992. Reviewed by Mark S. Boyce. - 5(1)

Culpin, Mary Shivers
The History of the Construction of the Road System in Yellowstone National Park, 1872-1966. Review essay by Eric Sandeen. - 4(2)

Despain, Don G.
Yellowstone Vegetation: Consequences of Environment and History in a Natural Setting. Reviewed by Dennis Knight. - 1(1)

Fischer, Hank
Wolf Wars. Reviewed by Norman A. Bishop. - 5(3)

Foster, Mike
Strange Genius: The Life of Ferdinand Hayden. Reviewed by Leslie Quinn. - 3(4)

Fournier, Robert
A Field-Trip Guide to Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, co-authored with Robert Christiansen, Roderick Hutchinson, and Ken Pierce. Reviewed by John M. Good. - 3(2)

Franke, Mary Ann
To Save the Wild Bison. Reviewed by Robert B. Pickering. - 13:4

Glick, Dennis
An Environmental Profile of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, co-edited with Mary Carr and Bert Harting. Reviewed by Mark S. Boyce. - 1(4)

Good, John M.
Interpreting the Landscape of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, co-authored with Kenneth L. Pierce. Reviewed by Neysa Dickey. - 7(1)

Halfpenny, James C.
Discovering Yellowstone Wolves: Watcher's Guide, co-authored with Diann Thompson. Reviewed by Norman A. Bishop. - 5(3)

Harting, Bert
An Environmental Profile of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, co-edited with Dennis Glick and Mary Carr. Reviewed by Mark S. Boyce. - 1(4)

Hutchinson, Roderick A.
A Field-Trip Guide to Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, co-authored with Robert Fournier, Robert Christiansen, and Ken Pierce. Reviewed by John M. Good. - 3(2)

Keiter, Robert B.
The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Redefining America's Wilderness Heritage, co-edited with Mark S. Boyce. Reviewed by Susan Rhoades Neel. - 1(3)

Knight, Dennis H.
Mountains and Plains. Reviewed by Cathy Whitlock. - 3(3)

Meyer, Judith
The Spirit of Yellowstone: The Cultural Evolution of a National Park. Reviewed by Carol Shively. - 6(3)

Petrick, Ellen
Mammoth Hot Springs, where change is constant (co-author) - 18(3)

Phillips, Michael K.
The Wolves of Yellowstone, co-authored with Douglas W. Smith. Reviewed by Norman A. Bishop. - 5(3)

Pierce, Kenneth L.
1. A Field-Trip Guide to Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, co-authored with Robert Fournier, Robert Christiansen, and Roderick Hutchinson.
Reviewed by John M. Good.
- 3(2)
2. Interpreting the Landscape of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, co-authored with John M. Good. Reviewed by Neysa Dickey. - 7(1)

Pritchard, James
Preserving Yellowstone's Natural Conditions: Science and the Perception of Nature. Review essay by Paul Schullery. - 9(1)

Sanford, Robert
Mammoth Hot Springs, where change is constant (co-author) - 18(3)

Saunders, Richard L.
A Yellowstone Reader: The National Park in Folklore, Popular Fiction, and Verse. Reviewed by Tamsen Hert. - 12(3)

Schullery, Paul
1. Yellowstone's Ski Pioneers: Peril and Heroism on the Winter Trail. Reviewed by Tom Olliff. - 5(2)
2. The Yellowstone Wolf: A Guide and Sourcebook, editor. Reviewed by Norman A. Bishop. - 5(3)
3. Yellowstone Fishes-Ecology, History, and Angling in the Park, co-authored with John D. Varley. Reviewed by Rick Mossman. - 8(3)
4. Lewis and Clark Among the Grizzlies. Reviewed by Alice Wondrak. - 11(1)
5. Myth and History in the Creation of Yellowstone National Park, co-authored with Lee Whittlesey. Review by Kim Allen Scott. - 12(4)

Scott, Kim Allen (previous book review should be 1.) 2. Yellowstone Denied: The Life of Gustavus Cheyney Doane. Reviewed by Leslie Quinn - 15(3)

Sellars, Richard West
Preserving Nature in the National Parks: A History. Reviewed by Brain Suderman. - 6(2)

Siegel, Lee J.
Windows into the Earth: The Geologic Story of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, co-authored with Robert B. Smith. Reviewed by Mike Thompson. - 8(4)

Smith, Douglas W.
The Wolves of Yellowstone, co-authored with Michael K. Phillips. Reviewed by Norman A. Bishop. - 5(3)
Decade of the Wolf. Reviewed by Hank Fischer. - 13:4

Smith, Robert B.
Windows into the Earth: The Geologic Story of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, co-authored with Lee J. Siegel. Reviewed by Mike Thompson. - 8(4)

Thompson, Diann
Discovering Yellowstone Wolves: Watcher's Guide, co-authored with James C. Halfpenny. Reviewed by Norman A. Bishop. - 5(3)

Varley, John D.
Yellowstone Fishes-Ecology, History, and Angling in the Park, co-authored with Paul Schullery. Reviewed by Rick Mossman. - 8(3)

Whipple, Jennifer J.

Endemic Plants of Yellowstone - 20(1)

Whittlesey, Lee
Myth and History in the Creation of Yellowstone National Park, co-authored with Paul Schullery. Review by Kim Allen Scott. - 12(4)


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