Tag Archives: U.S. Geological Survey

Naegleria Fowleri Found in Grand Teton’s Kelly Warm Springs

Naegleria fowleri amoeba has been found in Grand Teton National Park’s Kelly Warm Springs.

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IGBST To Start Yellowstone Bear Trapping Season August 8

Yellowstone grizzlies

The Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team (IGBST) is scheduled to start trapping bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem August 8.

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New Study: Elk, Not Bison, More Likely To Transmit Brucellosis

According to a new study published in the Nature Communcations journal, elk are much more likely to transmit brucellosis than bison.

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Tom Murphy Completes Yellowstone Ski Trip For Film

32 years ago, 34-year-old Tom Murphy made friends and family question his sanity when he took a solo ski trip through Yellowstone National Park.

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Robot Slated To Explore Yellowstone Lake Within A Few Years

Yellowstone visitation

Have you ever wondered what’s at the bottom of Yellowstone Lake? Ever wanted to take a look?

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Geological Survey Warns: Yellowstone Winters Warming Up

Old Faithful WInter Season

Yellowstone National Park is renowned for its brutal mountain winters, but as time goes on, Yellowstone winters could change dramatically.

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USGS: Yellowstone Volcano Misconceptions

Biscuit Basin eruption

Every few days we receive an email or tweet from someone warning us to prepare for the coming apocalypse, as they’re repeating one of the many Yellowstone volcano misconceptions floating around teh intraweb.

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Yellowstone Economic Impact: $543.7M

Crested Pool

We spend a lot of time discussing the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem here, but today’s news covers the financial ecosystem, as a new federal government study pegs the Yellowstone economic impact at $543.7 million annually.

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Yellowstone Earthquake Risk: Slightly Higher, But Nothing’s Imminent

U.S. Geological Survey map

The caller from a Florida area code had a concern: He was calling Yellowstone Insider offices because he had read on the Internet the Yellowstone National Park volcano was going to blow and wanted to know if there was a date set yet for the event — he didn’t want to head out on vacation if the volcano had already …

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Yellowstone Tourism Yields Economic Benefits

Old Faithful Inn

According to a report from the National Park Service, Yellowstone tourism has wide ranging and positive economic benefits.

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