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📒Yellowstone ✍ Richard A. Bartlett
📝Yellowstone Book Synopsis : "A detailed, well documented history of the extablishment (in 1872), growth, and maturation of Yellowstone National Park . . . America's (and the world's) first national park." ÑWildlife Book Review "Without question the best and most thought-provoking volume on America's first national park that has been written in the last half-century." ÑJournal of the West "Broad ranging, informative, thoughtful, and simply fun to read." ÑWestern Historical Quarterly
📒Yellowstone National Park ✍ Bobbie Kalman
📝Yellowstone National Park Book Synopsis : Provides comprehensive information on the geography, history, wildlife, habitats, and natural attractions of Yellowstone National Park.
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📒Death In Yellowstone ✍ Lee H. Whittlesey
📝Death in Yellowstone Book Synopsis : Intriguing stories of how people have died in Yellowstone warn about the many dangers that exist there and in wild areas in general.
📒Hiking Canyonlands And Arches National Parks ✍ Bill Schneider
📝Hiking Canyonlands and Arches National Parks Book Synopsis : Lace up your boots and sample more than one hundred hikes in America’s most famous national park. Geysers, paint pots, and glowing blue pools; deep canyons with plunging waterfalls; broad river valleys with seemingly endless views; and tall rugged mountains—Yellowstone National Park is a hiker’s paradise with more than 800 miles of trails. Let veteran hiker and outdoor writer Bill Schneider guide you on a wide variety of day hikes and extended backpacking trips into the vast interior of this national treasure. Whether you’re a day-tripper or long-distance hiker, old hand or novice, you’ll find trails suited to every ability and interest in Yellowstone National Park. Features Hikes suited to every ability Detailed directions Elevation profiles, difficulty ratings, and information on hiking in bear country Full-color photos throughout Full-color GPS-compatible maps of each trail.
📒The Guide To Yellowstone Waterfalls And Their Discovery ✍ Paul Rubinstein
📝The Guide to Yellowstone Waterfalls and Their Discovery Book Synopsis : Join three Yellowstone National Park experts in their remarkable discovery of the park's 200-plus new waterfalls, most of which the American public, and even Yellowstone park rangers, have never before witnessed. These trailblazers are the first to document the existence of these spectacular natural features -- at least 25 of which tower to heights of 100 feet or more -- and the authors do so through striking photographs, engaging text, and detailed maps. The book also features the park's 50 known waterfalls and reveals the untold stories surrounding many of them. For nature-lovers, adventure-seekers, and Yellowstone aficionados alike, Yellowstone: The Discovery of its Waterfalls is a landmark work, combining natural and human histories with unbelievably rare geographical discoveries.
📒Yellowstone Nature Notes ✍ U.S. National Park Service
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📒Yellowstone ✍ Carol Marron
📝Yellowstone Book Synopsis : Describes the geography, including the geysers, hot springs, mud pots, and fumaroles, and plants and animals of Wyoming's Yellowstone Park. Includes a history of the park and a map.
📒Yellowstone And The Biology Of Time ✍ Mary Meagher
📝Yellowstone and the Biology of Time Book Synopsis : Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park is the oldest and one of the largest national parks in the world. In this remarkable book, scientists Mary Meagher and Douglas B. Houston present 100 sets of photographs that compare the Yellowstone of old with the park of today. Most of the photo sets include three pictures-not the usual two-with many of the original views dating back to the 1870s and 1880s. From the same photo points used by early photographers, Meagher and Houston rephotographed the scenes in the 1970s, and then, following the great fires of 1988, again in the 1990s. The result is an illuminating record of Yellowstone's dynamic ecosystem and its changes over time. Through close analysis of the photos and reference to the vast amount of available data, Meagher and Houston describe changes in vegetation, growth of wildlife populations, the effect of beaver occupancy on wetland areas, and geothermal and elevational shifts. At the same time they point out the extent to which many sites have not changed-despite important switches in park policy and an increase in human activity. Yellowstone National Park has long been the focus of major ecological debates. Should managers allow wildfires to burn? Should the elk and bison populations be controlled? Are too many people visiting the park? Yellowstone And The Biology Of Time offers a wealth of information to help us answer these questions. A visual treasure, this book will be of value to scientists from various disciplines as well as to the many people who care about Yellowstone and other protected wilderness areas around the world.
📒The Yellowstone National Park ✍ Hiram Martin Chittenden
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📝Wolves for Yellowstone Executive summaries Book Synopsis :
📒Yellowstone National Park ✍ David Petersen
📝Yellowstone National Park Book Synopsis : Describes the history, geographic features, plant and animal life, and sights of Yellowstone National Park.
📒Yellowstone Thunder ✍ Gary McCarthy
📝Yellowstone Thunder Book Synopsis : YELLOWSTONE THUNDER is a grand historical novel about a young California woman and her Chumash Indian friend who flee for their lives having no idea that their fates will carry them all the way to what is today our magnificent Yellowstone National Park. With the help and protection of a mountain man named Hawk and a handsome fortune seeker named Quinn they will come to know and love the gentle Sheepeater Indians, the Nez Perce and fear the deadly Blackfeet who raid their wilderness paradise in search of food, horses and slave women. This is one of a series of National Park novels that multiple-award-winning author Gary McCarthy has researched and written putting the reader right into the heart of the creation of some of our most famous National Parks and whose titles are: YOSEMITE THUNDER, GRAND CANYON THUNDER, MESA VERDE THUNDER and RIVER THUNDER. If you like history interwoven with fascinating characters you will find this series very much to your liking.
📒Rules And Regulations Yellowstone National Park ✍ United States. National Park Service
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📒Yellowstone National Park ✍ Margaret Hall
📝Yellowstone National Park Book Synopsis : Yellowstone National Park is a location all Americans can enjoy. Find out why this place is so special.
📒Birds Of Yellowstone ✍ Terry McEneaney
📝Birds of Yellowstone Book Synopsis : A practical habitat guide to the birds of Yellowstone National Park, and where to find them.
📒Myth And History In The Creation Of Yellowstone National Park ✍ Paul Schullery
📝Myth and History in the Creation of Yellowstone National Park Book Synopsis : Does a beloved institution need its own myths to survive? Can conservationists avoid turning their heroes into legends? Should they try? Yellowstone National Park, a global icon of conservation and natural beauty, was born at the most improbable of times: the American Gilded Age, when altruism seemed extinct and society’s vision seemed focused on only greed and growth. Perhaps that is why the park’s “creation myth” portrayed a few saintlike pioneer conservationists laboring to set aside this unique wilderness against all odds. In fact, the establishment of Yellowstone was the result of complex social, scientific, economic, and aesthetic forces. Its creators were not saints but mortal humans with the full range of ideals and impulses known to the species. Authors Paul Schullery and Lee Whittlesey, both longtime students of Yellowstone’s complex history, present the first full account of how the fairy tale origins of the park found universal public acceptance and the long, painful process by which the myth was reconsidered and replaced with a more realistic and ultimately more satisfying story. In this evocative exploration of Yellowstone’s creation myth, the authors trace the evolution of the legend, its rise to incontrovertible truth, and its revelation as a mysterious and troubling episode that remains part folklore, part wish, and part history. This study demonstrates the passions stirred by any challenge to cherished national memories, just as it honors the ideals and dreams represented by our national myths.
📒Yellowstone Fishes ✍ John D. Varley
📝Yellowstone Fishes Book Synopsis : This richly illustrated and thoroughly researched reference covers all the species of fish and every aspect of their existence in one of the most famous sport fisheries in the world. This edition includes new material on the impact of forest fires and the introduction of non-native species; an expanded chapter on angling; and an assessment of recent management policies. Full color plates and historic b&w photos.
📒Yellowstone Eye Of The Grizzly ✍ Mike Graf
📝Yellowstone Eye of the Grizzly Book Synopsis : Twin brother and sister, James and Morgan, embark on another adventure with their parents to explore the history, unusual geology, famous sites, plants, and animals of Yellowstone National Park. Sidebar notes contain additional facts about the area and describe the park's regulations and tourist facilities.
📒A Study Of The Beaver In The Yancey Region Of Yellowstone National Park ✍ Edward Royal Warren
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📒Petrified Forests Of Yellowstone ✍ Erling Dorf
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