This revised popular field guide describes in detail each of the 500+ geysers in Yellowstone National Park. With updated information and a new foreword by park archivist Lee Whittlesey, "Geysers of Yellowstone" is both a reference work and a fine introduction to the nature of geyser activity for the newcomer to geothermal phenomena.
A glossary of key terms is provided, along with a comprehensive appendix that discusses other geyser areas of the world. Detailed maps accompany each geyser basin described, and tables are provided for easy reference.
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