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By T. Scott Bryan

This thoroughly revised well known box consultant describes intimately all the greater than 300 geysers of Yellowstone nationwide Park. With facts present to 1994 and twenty-four new photos, Geysers of Yellowstone is designed as either a reference paintings and a superb creation to the character of geyser job for the newcomer to geothermal phenomena. A thesaurus of keyword phrases is supplied, and a entire appendix discusses different geyser parts of the realm. specified maps accompany each one geyser basin defined, and tables are supplied for prepared reference.

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He provided ideas vital to this book and, in fact, his favorable review of the first edition probably assured its publication. Page xvi Dr. George D. Marler was the ranger-naturalist geyser gazer of Yellowstone for several decades before his death in 1978. Had he not kept extensive and detailed notes about the geysers and their dynamic changes throughout the years, relatively little would be known about long-term changes in geyser action and their meaning for us today. His numerous publications and reports, although sometimes contradictory, are indispensable references now held in either the archives of Yellowstone National Park or the special collections library at Brigham Young University.

Castle Group, Grand Group, and Orange Spring Groups 53 E. Giant Group, Round Spring Group, and Daisy Group 81 F. Grotto Group, Riverside Geyser, Chain Lakes Complex, and Morning Glory Group 106 G. Cascade Group and "Westside Group" 125 H. "Old Road Group" of Biscuit Basin 137 I. Sapphire Group of Biscuit Basin 142 J. Black Sand Basin 151 K. Myriad Group 157 L. Pipeline Meadows Group 164 M. Midway Geyser Basin 170 N. Index Map of the Lower Geyser Basin 182 O. Great Fountain Group and White Creek Group 183 P.

Kaleidoscope and Sprinkler Groups 223 20. Thud Group 229 21. Quagmire Group, Morning Mist Group, Morning Mist Springs, and Culex Basin 232 22. River Group 239 23. Fairy Creek and Imperial Groups 242 24. Sentinel Meadow and "Marshall's Hotel" Groups 248 25. Porcelain Basin 268 26. Back Basin 287 Page x 27. West Thumb Geyser Basin 301 28. Gibbon Geyser Basin 316 29. Lone Star Geyser Basin 326 30. Little Giant and Minute Man Groups 338 31. Orion and Camp Groups 344 32. North, South, and Western Groups 350 33.

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