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The interactive effects of grazing ungulates and aboveground production on grassland diversityFRANK, Douglas A.Oecologia. 2005, Vol 143, Num 4, pp 629-634, issn 0029-8549, 6 p.Article

Drought effects on above-and belowground production of a grazed temperate grassland ecosystemFRANK, Douglas A.Oecologia. 2007, Vol 152, Num 1, pp 131-139, issn 0029-8549, 9 p.Article

Sulfurihydrogenibium yellowstonense sp. nov., an extremely thermophilic, facultatively heterotrophic, sulfur-oxidizing bacterium from Yellowstone National Park, and emended descriptions of the genus Sulfurihydrogenibium, Sulfurihydrogenibium subterraneum and Sulfurihydrogenibium azorenseNAKAGAWA, S; SHTAIH, Z; BANTA, A et al.International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology (Print). 2005, Vol 55, pp 2263-2268, issn 1466-5026, 6 p., 6Article

Group dynamics of Yellowstone pronghornWHITE, P. J; GOWER, Claire N; DAVIS, Troy L et al.Journal of mammalogy. 2012, Vol 93, Num 4, pp 1129-1138, issn 0022-2372, 10 p.Article

Adaptive management for reintroductions : Updating a wolf recovery model for Yellowstone National ParkVARLEY, Nathan; BOYCE, Mark S.Ecological modelling. 2006, Vol 193, Num 3-4, pp 315-339, issn 0304-3800, 25 p.Article

Montane meadow change during drought varies with background hydrologic regime and plant functional groupDEBINSKI, Diane M; WICKHAM, Hadley; KINDSCHER, Kelly et al.Ecology (Durham). 2010, Vol 91, Num 6, pp 1672-1681, issn 0012-9658, 10 p.Article

PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF MICROTUS LONGICAUDUS IN THE TECTONICALLY AND GLACIALLY DYNAMIC CENTRAL ROCKY MOUNTAINSSPAETH, P. A; VAN TUINEN, M; CHAN, Y. L et al.Journal of mammalogy. 2009, Vol 90, Num 3, pp 571-584, issn 0022-2372, 14 p.Article

Aspen patch and migratory bird relationships in the northern Yellowstone ecosystemHOLLENBECK, Jeff P; RIPPLE, William J.Landscape ecology. 2007, Vol 22, Num 9, pp 1411-1425, issn 0921-2973, 15 p.Article

Spatial heterogeneity of eukaryotic microbial communities in an unstudied geothermal diatomaceous biological soil crust: Yellowstone National Park, WY, USAMEADOW, James F; ZABINSKI, Catherine A.FEMS microbiology ecology. 2012, Vol 82, Num 1, pp 182-191, issn 0168-6496, 10 p.Article

DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF SNOWSHOE HARES IN YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARKHODGES, Karen E; MILLS, L. Scott; MURPHY, Kerry M et al.Journal of mammalogy. 2009, Vol 90, Num 4, pp 870-878, issn 0022-2372, 9 p.Article

Thermoanaerobacter pseudethanolicus sp. nov., a thermophilic heterotrophic anaerobe from Yellowstone National ParkONYENWOKE, Rob U; KEVBRIN, Vadim V; LYSENKO, Anatolly. M et al.International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology (Print). 2007, Vol 57, pp 2191-2193, issn 1466-5026, 3 p., 10Article

Detecting geyser activity with infrasoundJOHNSON, J. B; ANDERSON, J. F; ANTHONY, R. E et al.Journal of volcanology and geothermal research. 2013, Vol 256, pp 105-117, issn 0377-0273, 13 p.Article

Defoliation effects on enzyme activities of the ectomycorrhizal fungus Suillus granulatus in a Pinus contorta (lodgepole pine) stand in Yellowstone National ParkCULLINGS, Ken; ISHKHANOVA, Galina; HENSON, Joan et al.Oecologia. 2008, Vol 158, Num 1, pp 77-83, issn 0029-8549, 7 p.Article

Conifer cover increase in the greater yellowstone ecosystem : Frequency, rates, and spatial variationPOWELL, Scott L; HANSEN, Andrew J.Ecosystems (New York, NY. Print). 2007, Vol 10, Num 2, pp 204-216, issn 1432-9840, 13 p.Article

Topographic and ungulate regulation of soil C turnover in a temperate grassland ecosystemFRANK, Douglas A; DEPRIEST, Timothy; MCLAUCHLAN, Kendra et al.Global change biology (Print). 2011, Vol 17, Num 1, pp 495-504, issn 1354-1013, 10 p.Article

The science of politics/the politics of science: Examining the snowmobile controversy in Yellowstone National ParkDUSTIN, Daniel L; SCHNEIDER, Ingrid E.Environmental management (New York, NY). 2004, Vol 34, Num 6, pp 761-767, issn 0364-152X, 7 p.Article

Visite au parc National de YellowstoneIWAKI, T.Chinetsu. 1984, Vol 21, Num 5, pp 31-39, issn 0385-7034Article

ECOLOGY OF SULFUR-OXIDIZING BACTERIA IN HOT ACID SOILS1972; J. BACTERIOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1972; VOL. 11; NO 12; PP. 343-350; BIBL. 13REF.Serial Issue

Estimating survival rates with time series of standing age-structure dataUDEVITZ, Mark S; GOGAN, Peter J. P.Ecology (Durham). 2012, Vol 93, Num 4, pp 726-732, issn 0012-9658, 7 p.Article

Ungulate and topographic control of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal spore community composition in a temperate grasslandMURRAY, Tanya R; FRANK, Douglas A; GEHRING, Catherine A et al.Ecology (Durham). 2010, Vol 91, Num 3, pp 815-827, issn 0012-9658, 13 p.Article

Quantifying Bufo boreas connectivity in Yellowstone National Park with landscape geneticsMURPHY, Melanie A; EVANS, Jeffrey S; STORFER, Andrew et al.Ecology (Durham). 2010, Vol 91, Num 1, pp 252-261, issn 0012-9658, 10 p.Article

Determining landscape use of Holocene mammals using strontium isotopesFERANEC, Robert S; HADLY, Elizabeth A; PAYTAN, Adina et al.Oecologia. 2007, Vol 153, Num 4, pp 943-950, issn 0029-8549, 8 p.Article

Hydrogen peroxide cycling in surface geothermal waters of Yellowstone National ParkWILSON, C. L; HINMAN, N. W; COOPER, W. J et al.Environmental science & technology. 2000, Vol 34, Num 13, pp 2655-2662, issn 0013-936XArticle

Biogeochemistry of hot spring environments. III : Apolar and polar lipids in the biologically active layers of a cyanobacterial matBING ZENG, Y; WARD, D. M; BRASSELL, S. C et al.Chemical geology. 1992, Vol 95, Num 3-4, pp 347-360, issn 0009-2541Article

Isotopic composition of Sr, Nd and Li in thermal waters from the Norris-Mammoth corridor, Yellowstone National Park and surrounding regionBULLEN, T.D; KHARAKA, Y.K.International symposium on water-rock interaction. 1992, pp 897-901Conference Paper

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