Yellowstone resources and issues handbook 2017
Yellowstone National Park (Author of Yellowstone Resources and Issues Handbook)
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Yellowstone National Park: General Collection
Gift shops in and around Yellowstone National Park are filled with postcards, videos and guidebooks featuring grizzly bears and gray wolves. According to Yellowstone Resources and Issues Handbook, Yellowstone is home to more than 1, species of vegetation—an amazingly diverse array of hardy plants that were able to repopulate the park after glaciers, lava flows and other cataclysmic changes. That includes hundreds of different wildflowers, but also seven species of conifers and non-native species. Unlike prowling animals, vegetation stays put, making rare plants easier to find and photograph. Endemic to Yellowstone, the nondescript plant has sticky green leaves and small white flowers that rarely extend beyond three inches above the sandy soils where it is found. Yellowstone sand verbena grows only on a 1.
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Many people have dedicated their lives and careers to studying Yellowstone and the park has a long history of research and public interest. The park hosts more than researchers from various agencies, universities, and organizations each year. They produce hundreds of papers, manuscripts, books, and book chapters on their work annually—a volume of information that is difficult to absorb. For those wanting a digital document, here are the PDF versions of the entire handbook and the different chapters. Links to the web-based content are below. Source: Data Store Collection To search for additional information, visit the Data Store.