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Album caption and index card: Carex utriculata type. Extensive poorly drained flats underlain by peat and covered by 3 to 4 foot high sedges. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. ca. 1966. Published as Figure 10 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 729-E. 1976.
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Album caption: Plate 9. Fossil perigynia, fruits, and seeds from Buckbean fen core and modern perigynia, fruits, and seeds. X 16. Figures 1, 2. 1. Fossil; 165- to 170-cm depth. 2. Modern; COLO 53127. Carex aquatilis perigynia and fruits. Figures 3-5. 3. Fossil; 0- to 5-cm depth. 4, 5. Modern; R.B. Baker collection. Carex canescens perigynia and fruits. Figures 6-8. 6. Fossil; 0- to 5-cm depth. 7, 8. Modern; RGB--147. Carex diandra perigynia and fruits. Figures 9-11. 9. Fossil, corroded; 475- to 480-cm depth. 10, 11. Modern; COLO 95235. Eleocharis macrostachya fruits. Figures 12-14. 12. Fossil; 435- to 440-cm depth. 13, 14. Modern; COLO 20242. Glyceria maxima ssp. grandis seeds. Figures 15, 16. 15....
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Album caption: Plate 4. Fossil pollen and alga from Buckbean fen core. x 1,054. Figure 1. 1a. High focus, to 1e, midfocus. Oxyria type pollen; 850-cm depth. Figure 2. 2a. High focus, to 2c, midfocus. Rumex pollen; 920-cm depth. Figure 3. 3a. Equatorial view. 3b. Polar view. Potentilla palustris pollen; 0-cm depth. Figure 4. 4a. High focus. 4b. Slightly lower focus. Populus pollen; 842-cm depth. Figure 5. 5a. High focus, to 5c, midfocus. Salix pollen; 900-cm depth. Figure 6. Pediastrum, a green alga; 920-cm depth. Index card: Late Quaternary vegetation history of the Yellowstone Lake basin. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. Published as Plates 1-10, U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper...
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Album caption: Plate 3. Fossil pollen from Buckbean fen core. X 1,054. Figure 1. 1a. High focus, to 1d, low focus. Menyanthes; 60-cm depth. Figure 2. 2a. High focus, to 2c, midfocus. Polemonium; 842-cm depth. Figure 3. 3a. High focus, to 3c, midfocus. Bistorta; 900-cm depth. Figure 4. 4a. High focus, to 4d, midfocus. Koeniyia islandica; 850-cm depth. Index card: Late Quaternary vegetation history of the Yellowstone Lake basin. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. Published as plates 1-10 in U. S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 729-E. 1976.
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Album caption: Plate 8. Fossil and modern seeds and fruits. x 17. Figures 1-3. 1a, 1b. Fossil; Lilypad pond core, 910- to 915-cm depth. 2, 3. Modern; COLO 13079. Descurainia californica seeds. Figures 4-7. 4. Fossil; Buckbean fen core, 145- to 150-cm depth. 5-7. Modern--Epilobium adenocaulon (included with this morphological type); COLO 181161. Epilobium glandulosum-type seeds. Figures 8-10. 8. Fossil; Lilypad pond core, 805- to 810-cm depth. 9, 10. Modern; COLO 134413. Epilobium lactiflorum seeds. Figures 11, 12. 11. Fossil. Lilypad pond core, 870- to 875-cm depth. 12. Modern; RGB--151. Ranunculus aquatilis fruits. Figures 13-15. 13. Fossil; Lilypad pond core, 885- to 890-cm depth. 14., 15. Modern;...
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Album caption and index card: Coring site at Buckbean fen; viewed from the north. Vegetation types are Pinus contorta, Carex diandra - Potentilla palustris, Carex utriculata, which is 3-4 feet high, Nuphar - Potamogeton, and Artemisa. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Circa 1966. Published as Figure 8 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 729-E. 1976.
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Album caption: Plate 10. Fossil and modern fruits and seeds. x ca. 27. Figure 1. cf. Fossil seed; Lilypad pond core, 990- to 995-cm depth. Vaccinium. Figures 2-6. 2a, 2b. Fossil; Lilypad pond core, 930- to 935-cm depth. 3-6. Modern; COLO 38885. Saxifraga rhomboidea seeds. Figures 7-11. 7. Fossil; Lilypad pond core; 930- to 935-cm depth. 8-11. Modern; COLO 180253. Saxifraga caespitosa seeds. Figures 12-14. 12. Fossil; Buckbean fen core, 410- to 415-cm depth. 13, 14. Modern; COLO 197251. Rorippa islandica-type seeds. Figures 15-17. 15. Fossil; Buckbean fen core, 665- to 670-cm depth. 16. Modern fruit with covering membrane; COLO 41239. 17. Modern fruit with membrane removed; COLO 41239. Typha fruits. ...
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Album caption and index card: Shorelines above the Southeast Arm of Yellowstone Lake. Lower benches are 110, 90, 60, and 25 feet above the lake; higher benches are kame terraces or rock surfaces. View is to the northeast. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Circa 1966. Published as Figure 3 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 729-E. 1976.
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Album caption and index card: Closeup of small pond shown in photograph number 3 (brg00003). Vegetation types are carex diandra - Potentilla palustris, Nuphar - Potamogeton, Artemisia, opening in Pinus contorta forest. Sedges in foreground area about 1 foot high. View to northwest. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. ca. 1966. Published as Figure 9 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 729-E. 1976.
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Album caption: Plate 7. Fossil and modern fruits, perigynia, and fruit-stones. x 11. Figure 1. Fossil fruit; Buckbean fen core, 360- to 365-cm depth. Nuphar luteum ssp. polysepalum Figures 2-4. 2. Fossil; Buckbean fen core, 0- to 5-cm depth. 3, 4. Modern; RGB--152. Carex limosa fruits. Figures 5-7. 5. Fossil; Buckbean fen core, 0- to 5-cm depth. 6, 7. Modern; RGB--87. Carex vesicaria perigynia. Figures 8-10. 8. Fossil; Fuckbean fen core, 5- to 10-cm depth. 9, 10. Modern; RGB--277. Carex ultriculata perigynia. Figures 11, 12. 11. Fossil; Buckbean fen core, 820- to 825-cm depth. 12. Modern; COLO 131646. Potamogeton alpinus fruit with covering. Figures 13, 14. 13. Fossil; Lilypad pond core, 980- to 985-cm...
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Album caption: Plate 5. Fossil and modern conifer needles. X 11. Figures 1-3. 1. Fossil needle tip; Buckbean fen core, 820- to 825-cm depth. 2. Fossil needle (near base); Buckbean fen core; 825- to 830-cm depth. 3. Modern needle; RGB - 199. Juniperus communis. Figures 4, 5. 4a. Fossil needle, and 4b, cross section; Lilypad pond core, 930- to 935-cm depth. 5a and 5b. Modern needle, and 5c, cross section; COLO 180762. Picea engelmannii. Figures 6, 7. 6a. Fossil needle, and 6b, cross section; Buckbean fen core, 360- to 365-cm depth. 7a. Modern needle, and 7b, cross section; R.G. Baker Collection. Pinus albicaulis. Figures 8, 9. 8a. Fossil needle, and 8b, cross section; Buckbean fen core, 360- to 365-cm depth....
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Album caption: Plate 2. Fossil pollen from Buckbean fen core. X 1,054. Figure 1. Nuphar; 340-cm depth. Figure 2. Typha latifolia tetrad; 943-cm depth. Figure 3. 3a. High focus. 3b. Slightly lower focus. Sacrobatus; 700-cm depth. Figure 4. 4a. High focus. 4b. Midfocus. Compositae, subfamily Liguliflorae; 920-cm depth. Figure 5. Ambrosia; 850-cm depth. Figure 6. 6a. High focus, to 6c, midfocus. Myriophyilum; 440-cm depth. Figure 7. Arceuthobium; 700-cm depth. Figure 8. 8a. High focus. 8b. Midfocus. Mimulus; 160-cm depth. Index card: Late Quaternary vegetation history of the Yellowstone Lake basin. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. Published as plates 1-10 in U. S. Geological Survey....
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Album caption: Plate 6. Fossil and modern fruits, scales, seeds, perianth, and bracts. X 11. Figures 1, 2. 1. Fossil fragment; Buckbean fen core, 400- to 405-cm depth. 2. Modern; COLO 2181. Alnus tenuifolia fruits. Figures 3, 4. 3. Fossil; Lilypad pond core, 885- 890-cm depth. 4. Modern; COLO 2250. Betula glandulosa catkin scales. Figures 5, 6. 5. Fossil; Buckbean fen core, 55- to 60-cm depth. 6a, 6b. Modern; RGB--197. Menyanthes trifoliata seeds. Figures 7, 8. 7. Fossil; Buckbean fen core, 445- to 450-cm depth. 8. Modern; COLO 56854. Rumex fueginus perianth. Figures 9-11. 9. Fossil; Lilypad pond core, 880- to 885-cm depth. 10, 11. Modern; COLO 181168. Rumex salicifolius fruits. Figures 12, 13. 12....
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Album caption and index card: Carex diandra - Potentilla palustris type. Poorly drained flats underlain by peat and covered by sedges and other forbs 0.5 - 2 feet high. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. ca. 1966. Published as Figure 11 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 729-E. 1976.
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Album caption and index card: Southeast Arm of Yellowstone Lake, viewed to the west from Absaroka Range showing coring area. Yellowstone River delta; Two Ocean Plateau. Lake in foregroun di dammed by a moraine of late Pinedale age. Yellowstone NAtional Park, Wyoming. ca. 1966. Published as Figure 1 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 729-E. 1976.
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Album caption: Plate I. Fossil spores and pollen from Buckbean fen core. X 535. Figure 1. 1a. Midfocus. 1b. High focus. Bryophyte spore; 890-cm depth. Figure 2. 2a. High focus. 2b. Midfocus. Ephedra viridis type pollen; 340-cm depth. Figure 3. Picea pollen; 850-cm depth. Figure 4. Pinus contorta type pollen; 160-cm depth Figure 5. 5a. High focus. 5b. Slightly lower focus. Pinus albicaulis type pollen; 920-cm depth. Figure 6. Pseudotsuga pollen; 700-cm depth. Figure 7. Selaginella densa spore; 920-cm depth. Figure 8. Juniperus pollen; 890-cm depth. Figure 9. 9a. Midfocus. 9b. High focus. Tsuga mertensiana; 240-cm depth. Index card: Late Quaternary vegetation history of the Yellowstone Lake...


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