Yellowstone Science

Yellowstone Science is a periodical devoted to Yellowstone's natural and cultural resources. In publication since 1992, Yellowstone Science features articles about research done in the park, provides scientists with an opportunity to communicate and exchange ideas, and gives the public a look at this exciting work.

Electronic copies of the current and past issues are available here. Click on any issue below or select any author name from the drop down menu provided to find specific articles. Full issues can be accessed through the link at right.

2012. Shorts: Flora of the Yellowstone Region Mobile Application; Project Exploration’s All Girls Expedition. Vol. 20. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History and Education.
2012. News and Notes In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 20. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Anzelmo, J. 2009. Media and the '88 Yellowstone fires In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Bangs, E. 2005. Perspectives: How did wolves get back to Yellowstone? In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 13. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Barbee, B. 2009. I was there: Bob Barbee, superintendent of Yellowstone National Park during the 1988 fires In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Barbee, B. 2009. Advice for young fire professionals In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Barbee, B. 1995. A bee in every bouquet: The administration of science in Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 3. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Barber-Meyer, S. 2009. Nature notes: Wolves and tigers: Reflections of Yellowstone in Corbett National Park, India In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Baril, L. M., A. J. Hansen, R. Renkin, and R. Lawrence. 2009. Willow-bird relationships on Yellowstone's northern range In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Barnosky, E. 1992. Confidence in the past: The practice and potential of wildlife paleoecology in Yellowstone (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 1. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Barton, M. D. 2008. "Between heaven and hell": Religious language in early description of Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 16. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Bath, A. J. 1994. Who visits Yellowstone?: A recreational profile of Yellowstone National Park visitors In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 2. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Baughman, J. 1999. Remarks delivered to the National Academy of Science Committee, January 14, 1999, Perspective: John Baughman, Director, Wyoming Game and Fish Department In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 7. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Beetle, D. E. 1997. Recolonization of burned aspen groves by land snails In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 5. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Biel, A. W. 2003. Window into Gardiner In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Biel, A. W. 2003. Seventh Biennial Scientific Conference sets attendance record In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Biel, A. W. 2004. The bearer has permission: A brief history of research permitting in Yellowstone National Park In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Biel, A. W. 2005. Aesthetic conservation and the National Park Service In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 13. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Biel, A. W. 2005. 8th Biennial Scientific Conference explores 21st-century conservation In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 13. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Blackford, T. 2004. The Yellowstone Heritage and Research Center: A worthy home for Wonderland's collections In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Blahna, D. J. and K. S. Archibald. 1997. Backountry llama packing: What do other wilderness visitors think? In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 5. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Boyce, M. S. 1993. Book review: An environmental profile of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem by Dennis Glick, Mary Carr, and Bert Harting, editors In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 1. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Broadbent, S. 1998. Tales from Forest and Stream: News of Yellowstone in the late 1800s In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Brock, T. D. 2002. The Yellowstone field research expeditions: Winter research in the interior, part I In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 10. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Brock, T. D. 2003. The Yellowstone field research expeditions: Winter research in the interior, part II In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Burger, J. F. 2007. Burns, bugs, and bites: The YS interview with Dr. John F. Burger (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 15. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Burger, J. 1995. Yellowstone's snipe fly summer In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 3. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Burger, J. 1996. Yellowstone's insect vampires: Biting to survive In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 4. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Byrand, K. 2000. From fire to fun, and back again: The changing cultural landscape of Yellowstone's Upper Geyser Basin In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Cannon, K. P. 1993. Paleoindian use of obsidian in the Greater Yellowstone area: New evidence of the mobility of early Yellowstone people In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 1. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Caslick, J. W. 1998. Yellowstone pronghorns: Relict herd in a shrinking habitat. In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6.
Cherry, T. L. and J. F. Shogren. 2001. Invasive species management for the Yellowstone Lake ecosystem: What do visitors think? In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 9. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Christensen, N. 2009. Future forests, future fires In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Christiansen, T. A. 1996. Terrestrial litter invertebrate communities in Yellowstone National Park In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 4. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Clegg, K. 1999. The pied piper of whooping cranes (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 7. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Cole, G. 2000. Perspective: Glen Cole, Yellowstone National Park biologist, 1967-1976 (oral history) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Compton, G. W. 1994. Visitors and wildlife: New information on attitudes, risk, and responsibility In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 2. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Coon, R. B. 2004. Harry R. Hoor and the promotion of the national park In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Cottenoir, L. 1993. The last wolf, 1943 In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 1. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Crabtree, R. 1993. Gray ghost of the Beartooth: On the taxonomic trail of the mountain fox In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 1. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Crabtree, B. 1995. Information warriors: Creative approaches to getting science done in Greater Yellowstone (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 3. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Crabtree, R. L. and J. W. Sheldon. 1999. The ecological role of coyotes on Yellowstone's northern range In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 7. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Cripps, C. L. and L. Eddington. 2012. What Do We Know About Fungi in Yellowstone National Park? In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 20. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Daniels, O. 2009. I was there: Orville Daniels, forest supervisor of Lolo National Forest during the 1988 fires In Yellowstone Scienec. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Davis, S. and J. Davis. 2001. Introducing the Davis Collection: Interview with Susan and Jack Davis (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 9. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Debinski, D. 1996. Using satellite data to support fieldwork: Can species distribution be predicted? In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 4. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Dennis, J. 1999. Remarks delivered to the National Academy of Science Committee, January 14, 1999, Perspective: John Dennis, Biologist, National Park Service In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 7. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Dickey, N. 1999. Book review: Interpreting the landscape of Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks: Recent and ongoing geology by John M. Good and Kenneth L. Pierce In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 7. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Doss, Paul K. and Amy Bleichroth. 2012. Following the Path of Stone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 20. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History and Education.
Duffield, J. W., C. J. Neher, and D. A. Patterson. 2008. Wolf recovery in Yellowstone: Park visitor attitudes, expenditures, and economic impacts In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 16. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Eversman, S. 2007. Lichens in Yellowstone National Park In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 15. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Ewing, R. 1997. Suspended sediment in the rivers of northern Yellowstone: Assessing changes from the 1988 fires In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 5. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Farnes, P. 1997. The snows of Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 5.
Feigley, P. 1993. The Greater Yellowstone Conservation Data Center In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 1. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Finley, M. V. 1999. Remarks delivered to the National Academy of Science Committee, January 14, 1999, Perspective: Michael V. Finley, Superintendent, Yellowstone National Park In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 7. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Finley, M. 2001. Never running from a fight: Mike Finley looks back on his park service career (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 9. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Flather, B. 2003. Red Sowash and the Round Prairie Saloon In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Flores, D. 1993. Spirit of place and the value of nature in the American West In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 1. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Fontenot, B. T. 1997. Striking similarities: Labor versus capital in Yellowstone National Park In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 5. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Foos, K. M. 1993. Pilobolus ecology: Fungal forests, fecal ecosystems, and the wild ride of lungworm larvae In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 1. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Foos, K. M. 2001. Pilobolus: A fungus that grows in Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 9. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Fournier, R. O. and L. J. P. Muffler. 2003. Passages: Remembering Donald E. White In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Franke, M. A. 1996. A grand experiment: 100 years of fisheries management in Yellowstone: Part I In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 4. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Franke, M. A. 1997. A grand experiment: The tide turns in the 1950s: Part II In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 5. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Freimund, W., J. Sacklin, M. Patterson, K. Bosak, and S. W. Saxen. 2011. Soundscapes and the winter visitor experience In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 19. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
French, S. and M. French. 1995. Grizzly bear natural history goes high-tech in Yellowstone (interview). In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 3(2): 8–15.
Friedman, I. 1997. Yellowstone seen through water and glass: A geologist shares his recollections of discovery and his concern for the future of Yellowstone's geysers (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 5. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Frye, S. 2009. Changes in large fire management since the 1988 Yellowstone fires: An incident commander's perspective In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Fuhrmann, B. 2002. Tracking down Yellowstone's red fox: Skis, satellites, and historical sightings In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 10. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Gehman, S. 1995. Stalking the elusive fisher: Finally, the existence of this rare predator is confirmed In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 3. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Robinson, B. and S. Gehman. 1998. Searching for "skunk bears": The elusive wolverine. In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6(3): 2–5.
Robinson, B. and S. Gehman. 1999. Nature notes: A wolf-coyote interaction In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Gillin, C. M., F. M. Hammond, and C. M. Peterson. 1995. Aversive conditioning of grizzly bears: Can bears be taught to stay out of trouble? In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 3(1): 2–7.
Good, J. 2000. Reminiscence from the firing line In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Goos, R. V. 2005. Yellowstone's first general store: A legacy of Jennie Henderson and her family In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 13. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Green, M. 2001. Nature notes: Waiting on the beehive In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 9. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Gresswell, B. 1996. Yellowstone Lake and change: What can natural history tell us about the fate of the Yellowstone cutthroat? (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 4. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Grogan, D. W. 2010. Yellowstone's thermophiles: Microbial diversity from harsh environments In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 18. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Robbins, C. T., C. C. Schwartz, K. A. Gunther, and C. Servheen. 2006. Grizzly bear nutrition and ecology studies in Yellowstone National Park. In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 14(3): 19–26.
Haroldson, M. A., C. C. Schwartz, and K. A. Gunther. 2008. Grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: From garbage, controversy, and decline to recovery In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 16(2): 13–24.
Gunther, K. A. 2009. Nature notes: Fire, smoke, and grizzly bears: A Yellowstone fire lookout reminisces about the fires of 1988 In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Haines, A. 1988. Yellowstone history: 125 years and more to tell (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Hansen, A. J. 2009. Past change in ecological and human communities as a context for fire management In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Hansen, A. J. 2009. Species and habitats most at risk in Greater Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Haraden, R. 2000. Perspective: Robert Haraden, former assistant superintendent at Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks (oral history) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Hare, H. 2002. Nature notes: Right of way In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 10. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Harmata, A. 1994. Yellowstone's bald eagles: Is the park a "black hole" for the national symbol? In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 2. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Hassrick, P. H. 2005. Yellowstone, art, and the emergence of aesthetic conservation In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 13. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Heasler, H. P. 2010. An exceptional day at Biscuit Basin In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 18. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Heckmann, R. 1994. Cutthroats and parasites: Yellowstone Lake's complex community of fish and companion organisms In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 2. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Hamilton, E.William III and Eric C. Hellquist. 2012. Yellowstone's Most Invaded Landscape In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 20. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Henry, J. 2004. Nature notes: A firestorm over the Inn: A personal account of the 1988 North Fork Fire In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Henson, J., R. Redman, R. Rodriguez, and R. Stout. 2005. Fungi in Yellowstone's geothermal soils and plants In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 13. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Herrero, S. 1996. Saving North America's grizzly bear ecosystems (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 4(3): 14–19.
Hert, T. 2004. Book review: A Yellowstone reader: The national park in folklore, popular fiction, and verse, edited by Richard L. Saunders In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Hert, T. E. 2005. Luxury in the wilderness: Yellowstone's Grand Canyon Hotel, 1911-1960 In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 13. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Hert, T. E. 2007. Book review: A ride to the infernal regions: Yellowstone's first tourists by Calvin C. Clawson, edited by Lee Silliman In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 15. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Hiza, M. M. 1998. The geologic history of the Absaroka Volcanic Province In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Hodges, K. E. and L. S. Mills. 2005. Snowshoe hares in Yellowstone. In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 13(2): 3–6.
Houseal, A. K., B. W. Fouke, R. Sanford, R. Fuhermann, and E. Petrick. 2010. Mammoth Hot Springs: Where change is constant In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 18. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Huntly, N. 2002. Passages: Jay Anderson, ecologist and teacher In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 10. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Hutchinson, R. 1996. The ongoing thermal evolution at Astringent Creek In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 4. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Jaworowski, C., H. P. Heasler, C. C. Hardy, and L. P. Queen. 2006. Control of hydrothermal fluids by natural fractures at Norris Geyser Basin In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 14. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Jaworowski, C., H. P. Heasler, C. M. U. Neale, and S. Sivarajan. 2010. Using thermal infrared imagery and LiDAR in Yellowstone geyser basins In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 18. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Carr, B. B., C. Jaworowski, and H. P. Heasler. 2010. It's not drying up, just changing: Mapping change at Mammoth Hot Springs using aerial photographs and visual observations In Yellowstone Science. 18th ed. Vol. 3. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Shovic, H., M. Johnson, and H. H. Porter. 1993. A new view of an old land: The promising future of landscape ecology in Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 1. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Johnson, A. 2010. The groundwork for an career in Yellowstone's past: A Yellowstone Science interview with archeologist Dr. Ann Johnson In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 18. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Johnson, A. 2010. An overview of precontact archeology in Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 18. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Johnston, J. 2007. Trailing Theodore Roosevelt through Yellowstone: The written and visual records of Roosevelt's 1903 Yellowstone visit In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 15. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Joss, L. 2001. The evolution of cultural resources management in Yellowstone: An interview with Laura Joss In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 9. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Kaya, C. 2000. Arctic grayling in Yellowstone: Status, management, and recent restoration efforts In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Keinath, D. A. 2007. Yellowstone's world of bats: Taking inventory of Yellowstone's night life In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 15. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Kieffer, S. W., J. A. Westphal, and R. A. Hutchinson. 1995. A journey toward the center of the Earth: Video adventures in the Old Faithful Conduit In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 3. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Klump, V., T. Remsen, D. Lovalvo, P. Anderson, R. Cuhel, M. Kaplinski, J. Kaster, J. Maki, and R. Paddock. 1995. 20,000 leagues under Yellowstone Lake: Strangeness and beauty in the hidden deeps In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 3. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Knight, D. H. 1992. Book review: Yellowstone Vegetation: Consequences of Environment and History in a Natural Setting by Don G. Despain In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 1. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Knight, D. H. 1993. Effects of the 1988 fires: How accurate were the predictions, and what next? In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 2. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Knudten, C. 2011. The Lamar Buffalo Ranch In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 19. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Koel, T. M., P. E. Bigelow, P. D. Doepke, B. D. Ertel, and D. L. Mahoney. 2006. Conserving Yellowstone cutthroat trout for the future of the GYE: Yellowstone's Aquatic Sciences Program In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 14. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Koel, T. M., D. L. Mahoney, K. L. Kinnan, C. Rasmussen, C. J. Hudson, S. Murcia, and B. L. Kerans. 2007. Whirling disease and native cutthroat trout of the Yellowstone Lake ecosystem In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 15. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Lathrop, Jr., R. G. 1993. The 1988 fires and Yellowstone's large lakes: Monitoring the impacts of landscape-scale fires In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 2. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Leakey, R. 2002. Science, sentiment, and advocacy: An interview with Richard Leakey (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 10. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Lewis, S. 2009. Opening remarks: Suzanne Lewis, superintendent, Yellowstone National Park, September 22, 2008 In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Livers, Michael. 2012. Stone Circles in Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 20. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Lococo, A. 1999. Remarks delivered to the National Academy of Science Committee, January 14, 1999, Perspective: Andrea Lococo, Rocky Mountain Coordinator, The Fund for Animals In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 7. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Morgan, L. A., P. Shanks, D. Lovalvo, K. Pierce, G. Lee, M. Webring, W. Stephenson, S. Johnson, C. Finn, B. Schulze et al. 2003. The floor of Yellowstone Lake is anything by quiet!: News discoveries in lake mapping In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Cuhel, R. L., C. Aguilar, C. C. Remsen, J. S. Maki, D. Lovalvo, J. V. Klump, and R. W. Paddock. 2004. The Bridge Bay spires: Collection and preparation of a scientific specimen and museum piece In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Lowenstern, J. 2005. Truth, fiction and everything in between at Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 13. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
McEneaney, T. 2002. Nature notes: 2001 Yellowstone Christmas Bird Count In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 10. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
McEneaney, T. 2003. Update!: 2002 Christmas Bird Count In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
McEneaney, T. 2004. Nature notes: Recent additions to the Yellowstone bird checklist, and raven predation of grebes In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
McEneaney, T. 1995. The white-tailed ptarmigan in Yellowstone: Searching for a high-country phantom In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 3. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
McEneaney, T. 1995. Black-throated sparrow in Yellowstone: First record of the species In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 3. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
McEneaney, T. 1997. Harlequins: Nobel ducks of turbulent waters In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 5. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
McEneaney, T., B. Heinrich, and B. Oakleaf. 1998. Greater Yellowstone peregrine falcons: Their trials, tribulations, and triumphs In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
McEneaney, T. 2001. Yellowstone Christmas Bird Counts of the twentieth century In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 9. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
McMenamin, S. K. 2009. Biodiversity and the "crystal" salamanders of Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
McNaughton, S. 1996. Grazing and Yellowstone (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 4. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Meagher, M. 2004. Passages: Glen F. Cole In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Meagher, M. 2008. Bears in transition, 1959-1970s. In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 16(2): 5–12.
Meagher, M. 1997. The biology of time: Looking at landscape changes through a photo series In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 5(2):12-18.
Scott, T., B. Keller, D. Nuss, M. Meagher, and B. Howe. 2000. Other perspectives: Excerpts from oral history interviews: Ted Scott, Bill Keller, Dale Nuss, Mary Meagher, Bob Howe In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Almberg, E. S., P. C. Cross, L. D. Mech, D. W. Smith, J. W. Sheldon, and R. L. Crabtree. 2011. Infectious diseases in Yellowstone's canid community In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 19. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Mech, L. D. 1995. Wolf realities: Yellowstone's new wolves challenge science and mythology (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 3. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Meyer, G. 1993. A polluted flash flood and its consequences: A new twist in the saga of Soda Butte Cree In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 2. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Meyer, J. 1998. Yellowstone and a sense of place: Stasis and change in the park experience (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Minshall, G. W., C. T. Robinson, and T. V. Royer. 1998. Stream ecosystem responses to the 1988 wildfires In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Mogk, David, Darrell Henry, Paul Mueller, and David Foster. 2012. Origins of a Continent In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 20. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Morgan, L. 2003. Science with 'Eyes Wide Open': An interview with geologist Lisa Morgan (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Mossman, R. 2000. Book review: Yellowstone Fishes: Ecology, history, and angling in the park by John D. Varley and Paul Schullery In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Munro, A. R., T. E. McMahon, and J. R. Ruzycki. 2006. Where did they come from?: Natural chemical markers identify source and date of lake trout introduction in Yellowstone Lake In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 14. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Murphy, S. C. 2004. Nature notes: Musings from the berry patch In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Bowen, Z., J. Wilson, K. Schonecker, J. Varley, and K. Murphy. 2005. Passages: Francis J. Singer In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 13. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Murphy, K., T. Potter, J. Halfpenny, K. Gunther, T. Jones, and R. Lundberg. 2005. The elusive Canada lynx: Surveying for Yellowstone's most secretive threatened carnivore. In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 13(2): 7–15.
Hegg, S. J., K. Murphy, and D. Bjornlie. 2010. Grizzly bears and snowmobile use: A summary of monitoring a grizzly den on Togwotee Pass In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 18. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Murphy, K., J. Wilmot, J. Copeland, D. Tyers, and J. Squires. 2011. Wolverines in Greater Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 19(3): 17-24.
Murphy, K. 1994. The Yellowstone lion: The homecoming of a native predator (interview). In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 2(3): 8–13.
Murphy, K. 1994. The long day of a lion hunter (interview). In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 2(4): 2–9.
Neel, S. R. 1993. Book review: The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Redefining America's wilderness heritage by Robert B. Keiter and Mark S. Boyce, editors In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 1. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Olliff, T. and J. Caslick. 2003. Wildlife-human conflicts in Yellowstone: When animals and people get too close In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11(1):18–22.
Olliff, T. 1997. Book review: Yellowstone's ski pioneers: Peril and heroism on the winter trail by Paul Schullery In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 5. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Oosterhous, T., M. Legg, and R. Darville. 2007. What draws people to Yellowstone's backcountry? In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 15. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Patin, T. 1999. The national park as museological space In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Patla, D. A. and C. R. Peterson. 1999. Are amphibians declining in Yellowstone National Park? In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 7(1): 2–11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History and Education.
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Patla, D. and C. R. Peterson. 2006. Passages: Frederic Brown Turner In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 14. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
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Plumb, S. 2000. Capturing Yellowstone's history: Ungulate management on the northern range In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Preston, C. R. 2005. Saving the charmed goose: Reconciling human demands with inherent limitations in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 13. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Pritchard, J. 2006. Book review: Do (not) feed the bears: The fitful history of wildlife and tourists in Yellowstone by Alice Wondrak Biel In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 14. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Quinn, R. 2004. Overcoming obscurity: The Yellowstone architecture of Robert C. Reamer In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Quinn, L. J. 2007. Book review: Yellowstone denied:The life of Gustavus Cheyney Doane by Kim Allen Scott In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 15. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Quinn, L. 1995. Book review: Strange genius: The life of Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden by Mike Foster In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 3. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Quinn, L. J. 2001. Savage Christmas: "...the best of times" In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 9. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Reid, Charissa and Suzanne Lewis. 2012. Passion and Hard Work: an Interview with Retired Superintendent Suzanne Lewis. Vol. 20. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History and Education.
Reinhart, K. W. 2004. Old Faithful Inn: Centennial of a beloved landmark In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Reynolds, J. and A. Johnson. 2003. A volunteer's perspective, and archeology 101 In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Roemhild, G. 1994. Aquatic insects and the fires of 1988: Did the fires affect species diversity? In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 2. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Romme, B. and D. Tinker. 2006. In praise of the lowly lodgepole In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 14. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Roosevelt IV, T. 2003. The froth and the fury: Keynote speech delivered by Theodore Roosevelt IV on the occasion of the Roosevelt Arch centennial, Yellowstone National Park, August 25, 2003 In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Ruth, T. K. 2004. "Ghost of the Rockies": The Yellowstone cougar project. In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12(1): 13–24.
Ruth, T. K. 2004. Traversing the cliffs: The life and death of male cougar M139 In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12(1): 25–28.
Sandeen, E. 1996. A history of Yellowstone's roads In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 4. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Schullery, P. 2002. Honoring the Murie legacy: Mardy Murie turns 100 In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 10. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Schullery, P. 2003. Nature notes: Predators and prey at Fishing Bridge In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Whittlesey, L. H. and P. Schullery. 2003. The Roosevelt Arch: A centennial history of an American icon In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Schullery, P. 2008. Vaguely disquieting scenes: Fishing Bridge and the evolution of American sport fishing in the environmental age In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 16. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Schullery, P. 2009. Sort of a historian (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Gunther, K. A., R. A. Renkin, J. C. Halfpenny, S. M. Gunther, T. Davis, P. Schullery, and L. Whittlesey. 2009. Presence and distribution of white-tailed jackrabbits in Yellowstone National Park. In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17(1): 24–32.
Whittlesey, L. and P. Schullery. 2011. How many wolves were in the Yellowstone area in the 1870s?: A revealing account from 1872 In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 19. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Schullery, P. 1994. Yellowstone's first winter wildlife survey In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 2. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Schullery, P. and L. Whittlesey. 1999. Yellowstone Nature Notes: A neglected documentary resource In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Schullery, P. 2000. Aubrey Haines, August 30, 1914-September 10, 2000 In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Schullery, P. 2001. Book review: Preserving Yellowstone's natural conditions: Science and the perception of nature by James Pritchard In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 9. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
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Scott, K. A. 2011. Shared Ideals in Yellowstone and Royal National Parks In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 19. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Scott, K. A. 1999. A missing piece of a Yellowstone puzzle: The tangled provenance of the Cook-Folsom-Peterson Yellowstone Expedition diary In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 7. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Sellars, R. W. 1998. The evolution of NPS science and natural resource management: Rhetoric versus reality (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Servheen, C. and R. Shoemaker. 2008. Delisting the Yellowstone grizzly bear: A lesson in cooperation, conservation, and monitoring In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 16. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Shean, D. 2006. Norris geyser basin's dynamic hydrothermal features: Using historical aerial photographs to detect change In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 14. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Shelley, R. 1996. Yellowstone's first millipede: A small animal illustrates the very large world of Yellowstone research In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 4. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Shively, C. 1998. Book review: The spirit of Yellowstone: The cultural evolution of a national park by Judith L. Meyer In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Shortt, M. W. 2003. Record of early people on Yellowstone Lake: Cody Complex occupation at Osprey Beach In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 11. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Shortt, M. W. 2001. Museum of the Rockies archeological research in the canyons of the Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 9. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Sikes, D. S. 1997. Hidden biodiversity: The benefits of large rotting carcasses to beetles and other species In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Silliman, L. 1999. A ride to the infernal regions: An account of the first tourist party to Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
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Smith, D. and E. Yochelson. 2006. Charles Doolittle Walcott: A forgotten microbe researcher in Yellowstone National Park In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 14. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
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Smith, S. 1993. Tasmania and Yellowstone: A conversation on parallel administrative evolution (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 2. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Smith, C. 1994. Yellowstone and the news: What went wrong in the fires of 1988? (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 2. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Smith, B. 1996. Migratory behavior of the Jackson elk herd In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 4. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Smith, R. B. 2000. Windows into Yellowstone: An interview with geologist and geophysicist Robert B. Smith (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Soulé, M. 1996. Natives versus exotics: Coming to terms with non-native species invasions and rates of change In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 4. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
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Speece, M. and L. Joss. 1999. Ground penetrating radar studies at Mammoth Hot Springs In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 7. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
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Steingisser, A. and W. A. Marcus. 2009. Human impacts on geyser basins In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Suderman, B. 1998. Book review: Preserving nature in the national parks by Richard West Sellars In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Szamuhel, R. 2007. A new prehistoric source for stone tools In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 15. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Tankersley, T. 1993. The Yellowstone Archives: A study in documentary ecology In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 1. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Taylor, J. Y. 1997. Leave only footprints?: How backcountry campsite use affects forest structure In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 5. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Taylor, R. 1998. Gazing at Yellowstone's geysers In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Tercek, M. T., T. S. Al-Niemi, and R. G. Stout. 2008. Plants exposed to high levels of carbon dioxide in Yellowstone National Park: A glimpse into the future? In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 16.
Thompson, M. 2000. Book review: Windows into Earth: The geologic story of Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks by Robert B. Smith and Lee. J. Seigel In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Torbit, S. 1999. Remarks delivered to the National Academy of Science Committee, January 14, 1999, Perspective: Steve Torbit, National Wildlife Federation In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 7. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Tracy, B. 1997. Fire effects in Yellowstone's grasslands: Large grazers and fire affect ecosystem processes In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 5. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Treanor, J. J., R. L. Wallen, D. S. Maehr, and P. H. Crowley. 2007. Brucellosis in Yellowstone bison: Implications for conservation management In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 15(2)20–24.
Turner, M. 2009. Ecological effects of the '88 Yellowstone Fires: A story of surprise, constancy, and change In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Tyers, D. B. 2008. Moose population and history on the northern Yellowstone winter range In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 16. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Various. 2011. Shorts: Hydrothermal Processes Above the Yellowstone Magma Chamber; Abiotic and Biotic Influences on Mammoth Hot Springs In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 19. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Varley, J. D. 1993. Saving the parts: Why Yellowstone and the research it fosters matter so much In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 1. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
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Varley, N. 1997. Yellowstone's river otters: Enigmatic water weasels In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 6. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Varley, N. 2001. Grizzly predation on a bison calf In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 9(3)6–7.
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Weixelman, J. O. 2001. Fear or reverence?: Native Americans and the geysers of Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 9. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Weldon, G. 2009. Moving from fire management to learning to live with fire In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Wheaton, R. L. 2000. Architecture of Yellowstone: A microcosm of American design In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 8. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Whipple, J. 2004. The YS interview: Park botanist Jennifer Whipple and Yellowstone's herbarium (interview) In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 12. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Whipple, J. J. 2012. Endemic Plants of Yellowstone In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 20. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
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White, P. J., D. W. Smith, J. W. Duffield, M. Jimenez, T. McEneaney, and G. Plumb. 2004. Yellowstone after wolves: Environmental Impact Statement predictions and ten-year appraisals. Vol. 13.
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White, P. J. and T. Davis. 2007. Chronic wasting disease: Planning for an inevitable dilemma. In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 15.
White, P. J., G. E. Plumb, M. B. Coughenour, and R. L. Walleln. 2011. Carrying capacity and movements of Yellowstone bison In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 19. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
White, P. J., J. J. Treanor, and R. L. Wallen. 2011. Balancing brucellosis risk management and wildlife conservation In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 19. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
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Whitlock, C. 2009. Why fire history matters In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 17. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Olliff, T., G. Plumb, J. Kershner, C. Whitlock, A. Hansen, M. Cross, and S. Bishke. 2010. A science agenda for the Greater Yellowstone area: Responding to landscape impacts from climate change, land use change, and invasive species In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 18. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
Whitlock, C. 1995. Book review: Mountains and plains: The ecology of Wyoming landscapes by Dennis J. Knight In Yellowstone Science. Vol. 3. Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History, and Education.
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