Review: Atlas of Yellowstone

BlueRavenBirders

atlasbannerI am very lucky to live 2.5 hours from Yellowstone. I visit on a regular basis and get to watch the seasons, wildlife, and tourists move and change.

Atlas of Yellowstone
ed. by W. Andrew Marcus et al California, 2012
https://www.amazon.com/Atlas-Yellowstone-W-Andrew-Marcus/dp/0520271556/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1540848934&sr=8-1&keywords=Atlas+of+Yellowstone
ISBN-13: 978-0520271555, ISBN-10: 0520271556

A comprehensive geographic look at the world’s first National Park.

Table of Contents:

Prefatory material ix
Geographic Setting 2
Human Geography 14
Physical Geography 80
Wildlife 148
Reference Maps 178
Afterword, Sources and Sponsors 252

The complete table of contents can be found at:  http://atlasofyellowstone.com/page_pairs/TOC.pdf

The scope of this book includes not only Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks but the surrounding region including Billings and Bozeman in Montana, Idaho Falls, and Cody in Wyoming. The many charts, graphs, maps, and photographs illustrate the history, life, and geography of the park. These details interconnect showing how there is a whole ecosystem of political, social…

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