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2008 Atmospheric Environment 42 details   openurl
2002 Proceedings of the Yellowstone Pronghorn Conservation Assessment Workshop details   openurl
1999 Yellowstone Science 7 details   openurl
Reece, Beverly A. 1995 Clementine: the journal of responsible mineral development 1-16 details   openurl
U.S.Congress.Senate.Committee on Energy and Natural Resources 1994 details   openurl
1990 Geyser Gazer Sput 7, 8, 9, and 10 details   openurl
U.S.National Park Service 1985 Resource Management Newsletter details   openurl
1928 Science supp. xii details   openurl
1924 Yellowstone Nature Notes 1- details   openurl
Albright, Horace M. 1920 details   openurl
Gansecki, Cheryl A. 40 Ar/39Ar geochronology and pre-eruptive geochemistry of the Yellowstone Plateau volcanic field rhyolites 1998 details   openurl
Whittlesey, Lee Hale “A Pronounced Weakness for Geysers”: Early Geyser Gazers in Yellowstone 1998 GOSA Transactions 6 68-73 details   openurl
Pierce, William Gamewell “Break-Away” point of the Heart Mountain detachment fault in northwestern Wyoming 1960 B236-B237 details   openurl
Schullery, Paul “Buffalo” Jones and the bison herd in Yellowstone: another look 1976 Montana 26 40-51 details   openurl
Ruth, Toni Karen “Ghost of the Rockies”: the Yellowstone Cougar Project 2004 Yellowstone Science 12 13-24 details   openurl
Pierce, Kenneth Lee; Cannon, Kenneth P.; Meyer, Grant Arnold “Heavy breathing” of (inflation and deflation cycles in) the Yellowstone caldera based on Yellowstone Lake and River changes in post-glacial time 2001 Yellowstone Lake: hotbed of chaos or reservoir of resilience? 6th biennial scientific conference on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, October 8-10, 2001, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.Agenda and abstracts 40-41 details   openurl
Pierce, Kenneth Lee; Cannon, Kenneth P.; Meyer, Grant Arnold “Heavy breathing” of the Yellowstone caldera based on Yellowstone Lake and River changes in post-glacial time 1996 Abstracts with Programs – Geological Society of America 28 514-515 details   openurl
“Hot beasts a natural act”, says study 1981 High Country News details   openurl
Mead, David “Microbial Genomics of a Boiling Thermal Pool” 2005 Advances in Genome Biology and Technology/Automation in Mapping and Sequencing (AGBT/AMS) details   openurl
Whittlesey, Lee Hale “Monarch of all these mighty wonders”: tourists and Yellowstone's Excelsior Geyser, 1881-1890, Midway Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming 1990 GOSA Transactions 2 15-28 details   openurl
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