Articles and Papers Relating to Yellowstone National Park, 1934-2015  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Title
Articles and Papers Relating to Yellowstone National Park
Dates
1934-2015
Quantity
1.5 linear feet
Collection Number
Collection 2280, MtBC, us (collection)
Summary
The Articles and Papers Relating to Yellowstone National Park collection consists of published and unpublished papers on topics relating to Yellowstone National Park. For the most part, the papers added to this ongoing collection are substantial research or feature articles rather than newspaper clippings or ephemeral pieces. Some articles may be removed in the future for item-level cataloging as time permits. Arrangement is alphabetical by author or by publisher if no author is listed. For subject access see the various periodical indexes at Information Services Department. Of particular assistance in subject searching of the articles is the Yellowstone bibliography from the University of Wyoming, available on-line and in print. Many of the authors listed in this collection are park employees or well-known Yellowstone researchers. Copyrights should be assumed to reside with either the publishers or authors.
Repository
Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Montana State University-Bozeman Library
Merrill G Burlingame Special Collections
P.O. Box 173320
Bozeman, MT
59717-3320
Telephone: 406-994-4242
Fax: 406-994-2851
spcoll@www.lib.montana.edu
Access Restrictions

Copyrights should be assumed to reside with either the publishers or authors.

Languages
English


Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection consists of published and unpublished papers on topics relating to Yellowstone National Park. For the most part, the papers added to this ongoing collection are substantial research or feature articles rather than newspaper clippings or ephemeral pieces. Some articles may be removed in the future for item-level cataloging as time permits. Arrangement is alphabetical by author or by publisher if no author is listed. For subject access see the various periodical indexes at Information Services Department. Of particular assistance in subject searching of the articles is the Yellowstone bibliography from the University of Wyoming, available on-line and in print. Many of the authors listed in this collection are park employees or well-known Yellowstone researchers. Copyrights should be assumed to reside with either the publishers or authors.

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Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Allen, Durward L.Return to Top

Description
Wolves (?)

Altman, MargaretReturn to Top

Description Dates
A Comparative Study of Interspecies Communication,
October 1965.
A Comparative Study of Interspecies Communication,
December 1964.
A Comparative Study of Interspecies Communication,
December 1963.

Barbee, RobertReturn to Top

Description
From Grizzlies to Geysers.
Yellowstone: the Smoke Clears.
The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Biosphere Reserves.

Barmore, William J.Return to Top

Description
The Ecology of Elk, Associated Ungulates, and Habitat in the Northern Part of Yellowstone National Park.
Elk Migration Studies - Northern Yellowstone Elk Herd.
Pronghorn-mule deer relations on the Northern Yellowstone Winter Range.

Bartos, DaleReturn to Top

Description
Insects of Whitebark with Emphasis on Mountain Pine Beetle.

Bath, AlistairReturn to Top

Description
Yellowstone National Park Visitor Attitudes.
Toward Fire Management Issues in the Park.

Bendt, Robert H.Return to Top

Description
The Jackson Hole Elk Herd in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.

Benson, Norman G.Return to Top

Description
Equilibrium Yield and Management of Cutthroat Trout in Yellowstone Lake.
(with Bulkley, Rose V.)

Bishop, Norman Return to Top

Description
Wolf Recovery in Yellowstone Park.

Blanchard, BonnieReturn to Top

Description
Reactions of Grizzly Bears to Wildfires in Yellowstone.

Brittan, GordonReturn to Top

Description
An Essay on the Need for Humanistic Studies of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
** see folder "Yellowstone High Elevation Studies"

Brown, C.J.D.Return to Top

Description
Observations on the Longnose Sucker in Yellowstone Lake.
(with Graham, Richard J.)

Bulkley, Rose V.Return to Top

Description
Equilibrium Yield and Management of Cutthroat Trout in Yellowstone Lake.
(See Benson, Norman G.)

Cahalane, Victor H.Return to Top

Description Dates
Yellowstone Elk Problem,
March 31, 1942.
Elk Management and Herd Regulation - Yellowstone National Park.
The Annual Northern Yellowstone Elk Herd Count.

Catlin, Jack E.Return to Top

Description
Experimental Studies at Controlled Reproduction in Rocky Mountain Elk.
(See Greer, Kenneth R.)

Chase, AlstonReturn to Top

Description
The National Park Service gets older, but no wiser.
The Last Bears of Yellowstone.

Christensen, NormanReturn to Top

Description
Ecological Consequences of the 1988 Fires in the Greater Yellowstone Area.

Cole, Glen F.Return to Top

Description Dates
Population Regulation and the Consequences of Artificially Feeding Wild Animals.
The Elk of Grand Teton and Southern Yellowstone National Parks.
Management Involving Grizzly Bears in Yellowstone National Park,
1970-1974.
A Nationally Regulated Elk Population.
Population Regulation in Relation to K.
An Ecological Rational for the Natural or Artificial Regulation of Native Ungulates in Parks.
Grizzly Bear-Elk Relationships in Yellowstone National Park.
Interim Report on Grizzly Bear Management in Yellowstone National Park,
1972.
Management Involving Grizzly Bears and Humans in Yellowstone National Park,
1970-1973.
Grizzly Bear Management in Yellowstone National Park,
1970.

Consolo, S.L.Return to Top

Description
Beaver in Yellowstone National Park.

Coughenour, M.B.Return to Top

Description
Biomass and Nitrogen Responses to Grazing of Upland Steppe on Yellowstone's Northern Winter Range.

Craighead, John J.Return to Top

Description
Northern Yellowstone Elk Migration Study, Yell-N-4a.

Denniston, Rollin H.Return to Top

Description
Ecology,Behavior and Population Dynamics of the Wyoming or Rocky Mountain Moose, Alces alces shirasi.

Deseret NewsReturn to Top

Description Dates
Salt Lake Telegram Montana Earthquake Disaster in Spectacular Pictures, Stories.
September 1959.

Despain, Don G.Return to Top

Description
Burned Area Survey of Grand Teton National Park and John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway: The Fires of 1988.
Some Notes on Yellowstone Vegetation.
Fire as an Ecological Force in Yellowstone Ecosystems.
Forest Successional Stages in Yellowstone National Park.
Forest Insects and Diseases.
Western Spruce Budworm in Yellowstone National Park.
Fall Color in Yellowstone National Park.
Natural Fire in Yellowstone National Park.
Brief Notes about the 1988 Fires and Subsequent Vegetation Response.
Nonpyrogenous Climax Lodgepole Pine Communities in Yellowstone National Park.
The Two Climates of Yellowstone National Park.

Dzurisin, DanielReturn to Top

Description Dates
Preliminary Results of Precise Leveling and Trilateration Surveys in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
1985.

Edwards, Guy D.Return to Top

Description Dates
Yellowstone Elk,
October 31, 1933.

Erickson, RobertReturn to Top

Description
(See Wright, John C.)

Ewing, RoyReturn to Top

Description Dates
Suspended Sediment and Turbidity from Yellowstone National Park,
1985-1987.

Gilbert, Douglas L.Return to Top

Description
Yellowstone National Park Elk Management, A Case Study.
(See Swanson, Gustav A.)
The Great Grizzly Controversy.

Graham, Richard J.Return to Top

Description
Observations on the Longnose Sucker, Yellowstone Lake.
(See Brown, C.J.D.)

Graybill, RoyReturn to Top

Description
Achieving Professional Excellence in the Interpretive Workforce.

Greer, Kenneth R.Return to Top

Description Dates
Fertility Rates of the Northern Yellowstone Elk Population.
Winter Weights of Northern Yellowstone Elk,
(with Howe, Robert E.)
1961-1962.
Yellowstone Elk Studies.
Experimental Studies of Controlled Reproduction in the Rocky Mountain Elk.
(with Hawkins, William W., and Catlin, Jack E.)
Special Collections - Yellowstone Elk Study.
Grizzly Bear Mortality and Management Programs in Montana during 1971.
Progress Report,
August 30, 1965.

Gresswell, RobertReturn to Top

Description
Saving the Dumb Gene in Yellowstone.
Effects of a Century of Human Influence on Cutthroat Trout of Yellowstone Lake.
Use of Antimycin for Removal of Brook Trout from a Tributary of Yellowstone Lake.
Special Regulations: The Yellowstone Park Experience.
The Ecological Profile as a Monitoring Tool for Lakes in Yellowstone National Park.
Yellowstone Lake - a lesson in Fishery Management.

Gunther, KerryReturn to Top

Description
Food Habits of Grizzly Bears and Black Bears in Yellowstone National Park.
Characteristics of Grizzly and Black Bears in Yellowstone National Park.
Yellowstone National Park Bear-Related Injuries/Fatalities.
Visitor Impact on Grizzly Bear Activity in Pelican Valley, Yellowstone National Park.
Grizzly Bear Predation on Elk Calves and other Fauna of Yellowstone National Park.

Hamilton, W.L.Return to Top

Description
Trends in Mercury Anomaly Along Faults Within the Norris-Mammoth-La Duke Corridor, In and Adjacent to Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming and Montana.
Water Level Records Used to Evaluate Deformation Within the Yellowstone Caldera, Yellowstone National Park.

Hawkins, William W.Return to Top

Description
Experimental Studies of Controlled Reproduction in Rocky Mountain Elk.
(See Greer, Kenneth R.)

Hendrickson, William H.Return to Top

Description
Plant Ecology Studies.

Hoffton, James W.Return to Top

Description
The Status of Montana Grayling in Grebe Lake, Yellowstone National Park.

Houston, DouglasReturn to Top

Description
Wildfires in Northern Yellowstone National Park.
Ecosystems of National Parks.
A Comment on the History of the Northern Yellowstone Elk.
The Northern Yellowstone Elk - Winter Distribution and Management.
The Status of Research on Ungulates in Northern Yellowstone National Park.

Howe, Robert E.Return to Top

Description Dates
Successful Live Trapping of Elk on Their Winter Range Northern Yellowstone Elk Migration.
Winter Weights of Northern Yellowstone Elk,
(See Greer, Kenneth R.)
1961-1962.

HSUS NewsReturn to Top

Description
Wolf Reintroduction on Track.
Montana versus Bison -- Again.
Bear #134: an Update.

Hutchinson, R.Return to Top

Description
Old Faithful -- A Symbol of Our National Park.

Jenkins, Carri P.Return to Top

Description
Out of the Ashes: The Rebirth of Yellowstone.

Jones, RonaldReturn to Top

Description
The Role of National Parks in Wild Trout Management.

Kirwan, ChristopherReturn to Top

Description
Wolves and Recovery Plans: ...

Kittams, Walter H.Return to Top

Description
The Future of the Yellowstone Wapiti.

Klarich, Duane A.Return to Top

Description
Study of Water, Aquatic Plants, Stream Sediments and Mineral of Hydrobiology of Madison River Study.

Knight, DennisReturn to Top

Description
The Yellowstone Fires: Issues in Landscape Ecology.

Knight, R.R.Return to Top

Description
Population Dynamics of Yellowstone Grizzly Bears.
Projected Future Abundance of the Yellowstone Grizzly Bear.
Mortality Patterns and Population Sinks for Yellowstone Grizzly Bears.

Koehler, GaryReturn to Top

Description
Preliminary Survey of Mountain Lions in Yellowstone National Park.

Kruse, Thomas E.Return to Top

Description
Prospectus for an Exploratory Investigation of the American Grayling, Thymallus Signifer Richardson, in Yellowstone National Park.

Lemke, TomReturn to Top

Description
Northern Yellowstone Elk: The Big Herd. A Management Challenge.

Lovaas, AlReturn to Top

Description Dates
Management of the Yellowstone Elk Herd,
April 10, 1970.

Mack, JohnReturn to Top

Description
Black Bear Dens in the Beartooth Face,South-Central Montana.

Maj, MaryReturn to Top

Description
Status of Trumpeter Swans in Yellowstone National Park.

Marler, George D.Return to Top

Description
Why Geysers Are Found in Yellowstone Park.

Mattson, DavidReturn to Top

Description
Stone Pines and Bears.
Whitebark Pine on the Mount Washburn Massif, Yellowstone National Park.

McBee, Richard H.Return to Top

Description
Physiology and Parasitology of the Yellowstone Park Elk.
(with Worley, David E.)

McIntyre, Robert N.Return to Top

Description
Fishing-For-Fun and not for Meat on Yellowstone Lake.

Meagher, MaryReturn to Top

Description
Range Expansion by Bison of Yellowstone National Park.
Evaluation of Boundary Control for Bison of Yellowstone National Park Bison.
An Outbreak of Pinkeye in Bighorn Sheep, Yellowstone National Park.
Restoration of Natural Populations of Grizzly and Black Bears in Yellowstone National Park.
The Consequences of Protecting Problem Grizzly Bears.
Winter Weather as a Population-Regulating Influence on Free-Ranging Bison in Yellowstone National Park.
{2 copies}
Yellowstone Bison.
Cougar and Wolverine in Yellowstone National Park.
Snow as a Factor Influencing Bison Distribution and Numbers in Pelican Valley, Yellowstone National Park.

Milstein, MichaelReturn to Top

Description
Elk Aren't Overgrazing Park.
Yellowstone's Top Dog --
page 24 Natl Parks Magazine.

Minshall, G. WayneReturn to Top

Description
Wildfires and Yellowstone's Stream Ecosystems.

National Parks MagazineReturn to Top

Description
New Evidence Out in Yellowstone Probe.
{page 8}

National Park ServiceReturn to Top

Description Dates
Our National Parks: Challenges and Strategies for the 21st Century.
Management Objectives for Northern Yellowstone Elk.
Some Considerations in the Use of Enclosures to Assess the Biotic Effects of Herbivores and Departures.
From Natural Conditions in Yellowstone National Park.
Guidelines for the Management of Ungulates in Yellowstone National Park.
Summary of Yellowstone Bear Protection and Management Policies.
Yellowstone National Park Rangers: Note to Researchers.
Aquatic Research Projects.
The Greater Yellowstone Postfire Assessment.
1944 Winter Range Studies for Yellowstone National Park.
Yellowstone Visit,
February 4 -11, 1961.
The Gallatin Elk Herd.
Elk Slaughter in Yellowstone National Park
Elk Kill,
1972.
Satellite Tracking of elk, Jackson Hole,
April 17, 1970.
Yellowstone Wolf Questions - a digest.

(Big Game Resrch Prject)Return to Top

Description Dates
Gallatin Big Game Studies,
July 1, 1965 - November 30, 1966.
Gallatin Big Game Studies,
July 1, 1965 - June 30, 1966.
Gallatin Big Game Studies,
December 1, 1962 - November 30, 1963.
Gallatin Big Game Studies,
January 1, 1965 - June 30, 1965.

(Wildlife Investigations Laboratory)Return to Top

Description Dates
Special Collections - Yellowstone Elk Study,
May 1, 1966 - June 30, 1967.
Collections From the Gallatin Elk Post Season,
1964-1965.
Collections from the Gardner Elk Post Season, 1965 Northern Yellowstone Herd.
Special Collections - Yellowstone Elk Study - Live Blood Analyses, Minerals and Vitamins,
November 1, 1963 - June 30, 1964.
Special Collections - Yellowstone Elk Study,
1967-1968.

Norton, DanielReturn to Top

Description Dates
Monitoring of Thermal Activity in the Northern Part of Yellowstone National Park and Vicinity: Part 1
{February 1985 - June 1988}.

Peek, JamesReturn to Top

Description
Comparison of two Mid-winter Elk Hunting Seasons, Upper Gallatin Drainage, Montana.

Perry, ChrisReturn to Top

Description
Meet the New Trainees.

Picton, HaroldReturn to Top

Description
Climate and Reproductions of Grizzly Bears in Yellowstone National Park.

Reinhart, DanielReturn to Top

Description
Bear Use of Cutthroat Trout Spawning Streams in Yellowstsone National Park.
Red Squirrels in the Whitebark Zone.

Reed, NathanielReturn to Top

Description
From Wild Trout to Wild Ecosystems: Fifteen Years of Evolving Stewardship.

Romme, WilliamReturn to Top

Description
The Yellowstone Fires.
Landscape Diversity: The Concept Applied to Yellowstone Park.
Historical Perspective on the Yellowstone Fires of 1988.
Fire and Landscape Diversity in Subalpine Forests of Yellowstone National Park.
The Long History of Fire in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

Schill, DanielReturn to Top

Description
Hooking Mortality of Cutthroat Trout in a Catch-and-Release Segment of Yellowstone River, Yellowstone National Park.

Schullery, PaulReturn to Top

Description
A Reasonable Illusion
{sportfishing in our national parks}.
Drawing the Lines in Yellowstone: The American Bison as Symbol and Scourge.
Ferel Fish and Kayak Tracks - Thoughts on the Writing of a New Leopold Report.
Visions of Death
{Resisting the Urge to Feed Yellowstone's Elk}.
The Fires and Fire Policy.
Lessons and Hopes From the Yellowstone Fire Media Event.
Yellowstone Fires: A Preliminary Report.
Prescribed Burning in Yellowstone National Park: A Doubtful Proposition.

Sellers, Robert Return to Top

Description
Fire Management in Yellowstone National Park.

Sherman, Thams E.Return to Top

Description
Across the Continent, II - The National Park.

Singer, Francis Return to Top

Description
Drought, Fires and Large Mammals.
Yellowstone Wildlife: Populations in Progress.

Smith, ConradReturn to Top

Description
Gonzo Flame Video in Yellowstone: How the Media Covered a Natural Catastrophe.
Reporters, News Sources, Accuracy, and the Yellowstone Forest Fires.
Flames, Firefighters and Moonscapes: Network Television Pictures of the Yellowstone Forest Fires.
Brave Firefighters, Endangered Icons and Bumbling Land Managers: Network T.V. Myths about the Yellowstone Wildfires

Smith, RobertReturn to Top

Description
Yellowstone Park as a Window on the Earth's Interior.

Snepenger, DavidReturn to Top

Description
Marketing Yellowstone National Park After the Fires of 1988.

Swanson, Gustav A.Return to Top

Description
The Yellowstone National Park Elk Management Controversy, a Case Study.

Swenson, Jon E.Return to Top

Description
Prey and Foraging Behavior of Ospreys on Yellowstone Lake, Wyoming.

Taylor, Dale L.Return to Top

Description
Biotic Succession of Lodgepole-pine Forests of Fire Origin in Yellowstone National Park.
Competition between Mountain Bluebirds and Tree Swallows in Post-fire Areas of Yellowstone National Park.

Tankersley, TomReturn to Top

Description
Draft Environmental Assessment/Development Concept Plan for the Lake/Bridge Bay Area Available for Public Comment.

Thomas, Thomas HenryReturn to Top

Description
Yellowstone Park Illustrated I and II.

Thornan, RonReturn to Top

Description
Memorandum: Interpretive Workforce Issues.

Todd, ElstonReturn to Top

Description
(See Wright, John C.)

U.S. Dept. of the InteriorReturn to Top

Description
News Releases.

Walker, Thomas A.Return to Top

Description
Geological Factors of Timpanogos Cave.

Walter, William G.Return to Top

Description
The Identity of Aerobic Sporeforming Bacteria Isolated from Hot Springs.

Worley, David E.Return to Top

Description
Physiology and Parasitology of Yellowstone Park Elk.
(See McBee, Richard H.)

Wright, John C.Return to Top

Description
The Hydrobiology of the Madison River and its Headwaters.
A Report on the Effect of the Madison Junction Sewage Plant Effluent on the Madison River.

Varley, JohnReturn to Top

Description
Lessons From the Yellowstone Fires: Do You Trust Talking Animals?
The Yellowstone Fires.
Ecology, Status, and Management of the Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout.
The Park as an Aquarium.
Catch-and-Release Fishing in Yellowstone National Park.
Status, Ecology, and Management of the Yellowstone and Snake River Finespotted Cutthroat Trout.

Yellowstone National ParkReturn to Top

Description Dates
Elk Report,
December 12, 1941.
Annual Game Reports,
Winter 1930/1931; Winter 1932/1933-1933/1934; 1936-1940.
Northern Yellowstone Winter Range,
December 1942.
Report on Census of Bighorn, Deer and Pronghorn,
1940,; 1941,; 1946.
Yellowstone Elk Herd Crisis,
1934.
Problem of Surplus Elk in Yellowstone National Park.
Inter-Agency Cooperative Elk Management Meeting,
June 3, 1964.
Northern Yellowstone Elk Harvest and "Elk Lift",
November 15, 1951 - January 31, 1952.
Yellowstone Elk Releases,
June 24, 1975.
Yellowstone Research File Elk Physiology.
Northern Yellowstone Elk Migration.
Ungulate Ecology.
Petrified Forest.

Yellowstone StaffReturn to Top

Description
The Integration of Visitor Use and Preservation of Aquatic Ecosystems in Yellowstone Park.
Questionnaire: Performing Arts Series and Artist in Residence Program.
Some Facts about Old Faithful Geyser.

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Geographical Names :
  • United States -- Yellowstone National Park
  • Yellowstone National Park