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We investigated the dynamics of canine distemper virus (CDV) in grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) and wolves (Canis lupus) of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) using serological data collected from 1984 to 2014. 565 sera samples were obtained from 425 unique grizzly bears (134 females and 291 males) from 1984 to 2014 and 319 sera samples were obtained from 285 unique wolves (130 females and 155 males) from 1996 to 2014. Here we provide the unique identifier for each individual, the species and sex, the date the individual was captured, the estimated birth year and age, and the CDV antibody titer results based upon serum neutralization assays.
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Boiling River at Mammoth (YBOI), Yellowstone National Park Sample Collection: Samples were collected near the USGS stream gage 06190540 (Latitude 44°59'05.83", Longitude 110°41'18.20" NAD83). At the time of collection, all waters samples were filtered through a syringe filter (0.45-micrometer). Two splits of the filtered water were retained for chemical analyses, including an unacidified (FU) sample for determination of anion concentrations and a nitric acid preserved (FA; 1% volume-to-volume concentrated trace-metal grade nitric acid) sample for cation and trace metal analyses. During sample collection, the water temperature, specific conductance, and pH were often measured. Sample Analyses: Concentrations...
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Falls River near Squirrel, Idaho (YFAL) Sample Collection: Samples were collected near the USGS stream gage 13046995 (Latitude 44°03'43", Longitude 111°09'07" NAD83). At the time of collection, all waters samples were filtered through a syringe filter (0.45-micrometer). Two splits of the filtered water were retained for chemical analyses, including an unacidified (FU) sample for determination of anion concentrations and a nitric acid preserved (FA; 1% volume-to-volume concentrated trace-metal grade nitric acid) sample for cation and trace metal analyses. During sample collection, the water temperature, specific conductance, and pH were often measured. Sample Analyses: Concentrations of chloride, fluoride,...
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Note: No formal accuracy tests were conducted and these data are disseminated to allow discussion related to methods. Sample Analyses: Samples were processed at both the USGS in Menlo Park, CA, and at UC Berkeley following established methodology for separating organic material from sinter (Howald et al., 2014; Lowenstern et al., 2016; Slagter et al., 2019). First, the exterior surface of each sample was removed using a rock saw, and then any further material was removed if there was any visible algal material in the interior of the sample. Second, samples underwent a series of chemical baths. Samples were crushed and soaked in 30% hydrogen peroxide for 48 hours to remove any remaining modern algae. Once cleaned,...
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We installed an eddy covariance station on July 10, 2018 at Bison Flat, an acid-sulfate, vapor-dominated area (0.04-km2) in Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, WY to monitor variations in hydrothermal gas and heat emissions. Since then, this station has measured CO2, H2O and sensible and latent heat fluxes, air temperature and pressure, and wind speed and direction on a half-hourly basis. We also measured soil CO2 fluxes and temperatures on a grid using the accumulation chamber method and thermocouple probes, respectively, on July 11-12, 2018 and soil CO2 fluxes only on June 25, 2019. On July 10, 2018 and June 24, 2019, we collected fumarole gas samples for analysis of bulk chemical and carbon (d13C-CO2)...
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Album caption and index card: Glaciated ledge of volcanic breccia uncovered while grading the road on the north spur of Mount Washburn, 8.5 miles southwest of Tower Falls Junction, 8400 ft. A.T. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. June 29, 1922.
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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: Basin of Hot Springs, On Yellowstone Lake, Hot Spring Series. Handwritten notes on album caption: New no. 57-HS-103. Old no. 276. Exquisite color give them this great beauty. 1871. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1871 Series, page 30, No. 276: A group of hot-spring basins in the same vicinity. Their great beauty lies almost wholly in the exquisite color they possess, and of which no pen can convey an adequate idea.
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Album caption: Bunsen Peak from Mammoth Hot Springs. No index card. For additional information, refer to the Autobiography of Philip B. King in the Web Links below.
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Album caption: Upper falls of Yellowstone. No index card. For more information, refer to the Autobiography of Philip B. King in the Web Links below.
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Album caption unavailable. See descriptive catalogue information below. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1871 Series, page 28, No. 262: The Grotto Spring. About two miles above the Crater Hills, on the west side of the Yellowstone. A column of steam issuing from a cave on the side of the hill, with an opening of about five feet in diameter, readily locates its position. The roaring of the waters in the cave, and the noise of the waves as they surge up to the mouth of the opening, are like that of the billows lashing the sea-shores. The water is as clear as crystal, and the steam from it is...
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Album caption: Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone Park. Face of the terrace. 1921. Index card: Near view of the terrace at Mammoth Hot Springs. Photo shows trees growing on the hot springs' deposits. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1921.


map background search result map search result map Glaciated ledge of volcanic breccia uncovered while grading the road on the north spur of Mount Washburn. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1922. Quaternary vegetation history of the Yellowstone Lake Basin. Fossil perigynia, fruits, and seeds from Buckbean fen core and modern perigynia, fruits, and seeds. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. No date. Distant view of the Great Hot Springs on the Madison River. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. circa 1878. Hayden Valley. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. Falls River near Squirrel, ID (YFAL) Boiling River at Mammoth (YBOI) Canine distemper virus antibody titer results for grizzly bears and wolves in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem 1984-2014 Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Circa 1890. Near view of the terrace at Mammoth Hot Springs. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1921. Old Faithful Geyser in Upper Geyser Basin in eruption. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1970. View of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Yellowstone National Park, Park County, Montana. 1964. Bunsen Peak, viewed from Mammoth Hot Springs. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1923. The Grotto Spring. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Basin of hot springs. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Upper falls of Yellowstone. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1923. a. Carbon Isotope Data Long-term gas and heat emissions measurements, Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park Long-term gas and heat emissions measurements, Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park Distant view of the Great Hot Springs on the Madison River. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. circa 1878. Hayden Valley. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. The Grotto Spring. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Basin of hot springs. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. View of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Yellowstone National Park, Park County, Montana. 1964. Canine distemper virus antibody titer results for grizzly bears and wolves in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem 1984-2014 Glaciated ledge of volcanic breccia uncovered while grading the road on the north spur of Mount Washburn. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1922. Quaternary vegetation history of the Yellowstone Lake Basin. Fossil perigynia, fruits, and seeds from Buckbean fen core and modern perigynia, fruits, and seeds. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. No date. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Circa 1890. Near view of the terrace at Mammoth Hot Springs. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1921. Old Faithful Geyser in Upper Geyser Basin in eruption. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1970. Bunsen Peak, viewed from Mammoth Hot Springs. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1923. Upper falls of Yellowstone. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1923.