Yellowstone Travel Information:
- Yellowstone Travel Guide
- Comprehensive travel guide to Yellowstone National Park. What to see: Geysers, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Wildlife, Lodging, Camping, Hiking and more.
Geyser Web Camera:
- Old Faithful Webcam
- Live web camera images of Old Faithful Geyser.
- WyoJones' Geyser Page
- WyoJones' pages contain numerous excellent geyser photos and information about a number of the geysers in Yellowstone National Park.
- Geysers -- David Schwarz
- David Schwarz is a long time geyser gazer with an extensive knowledge about the geysers of Yellowstone.
- Geyser Tours
- H. Koenig's excellent web site includes virtual tours of the geyser basins, compilations of historic geyser photos and listings of geyser references.
- Yellowstone Thermal Volunteer Page
- Lew and Jan Johns have served as official thermal volunteers in Yellowstone for a number of years. At this site they present the results of their studies of Grotto Geyser.
- About Geysers...
- Alan Glennon's geyser pages includes information on the worlds geyser fields, definitions and an explanation of how a geyser works.
- Geyser Movies on the Web
- Michael Frazier's excellent collection of geyser movies. Requires Quicktime 3.0 player.
- University of Utah Seismograph Stations
- The university of Utah Seismograph stations operates the seismographs in Yellowstone National Park. Their site includes listings of recent seismic activity in Yellowstone and maps of recent and past activity in Yellowstone among other items of interest.
- Summary of 1959 Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake
- This interesting site includes newspaper articles, headlines, photographs, individual accounts, and excerpts from publications detailing the largest earthquake, magnitude 7.5, to hit the Yellowstone area in recent history.
Life in Thermal Springs:
- Life at High Temperatures
- An introduction to the work of Dr. Thomas D. Brock in Yellowstone. It includes lots of interesting information about life in Yellowstone's hot springs.
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