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The Geysers of Yellowstone

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The must have book for any geyser gazer is T. Scott Bryan's, The Geysers of Yellowstone Third Edition, University Press of Colorado, 463 pages, ISBN 0-87081-365-x, $19.95.

As stated by Scientific American the book is "A tribute to and a tool for the geyser gazer.... Any visitor to Yellowstone for whom geysers carry an appeal at all needs the guide."

The back cover states correctly that "This completely revised popular field guide describes in detail each of the more than 300 geysers of Yellowstone National Park. With data current to 1994 and twenty-four new photographs, Geysers of Yellowstone is designed as 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, and a comprehensive appendix discusses other geyser areas of the world. Detailed maps accompany each geyser basin described, and tables are provided for ready reference."

This book can be ordered through the Yellowstone Association or through your local bookstore.

GOSA Transactions

The Geyser Observation and Study Association (GOSA) has produced a number of transactions over the years with articles detailing various geyser studies throuout Yellowstone. Included, also, is a special edition covering the "Valley of the Geysers" (Dolina Geizerov, Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia) the second largest geyser field in the world next to Yellowstone.

The Transactions are available through the GOSA store at gosastore@qnet.com.

Wonderland Nomenclature: A History of the Place Names of Yellowstone National Park

This encyclopedic tome, by Lee Whittlesey, on the place names of Yellowstone National Park is full of historical information of interest to the Geyser Gazer. Unfortunately, the unabridged version of this work has yet to be published but a copy of the 2190 page manuscript is available through the GOSA Store, gosastore@qnet.com.

More to come ........


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