Yellowstone National Park
Partnership Projects in Yellowstone National Park
- 1999 - Collecting Water-Quality Information on Soda Butte Creek at the Boundary
- 1999 - Effect of Changing Atmospheric Deposition on the Chemistry
in National Parks in the Intermountain Region (multi-park project)
- 2003 - State of Montana Water Right Compact
- 2008 - Continuous Chloride Measurement as an Indicator of Geothermal
and Volcanic Hazards
Clow, D.W., J.O. Sickman, R.G. Striegl, D.P. Krabbenhoft, J.G. Elliott, M. Dornblaser, D.A. Roth, and D.H. Campbell. 2003. (download PDF reader) Changes in the chemistry of lakes and precipitation in high-elevation national parks in the western United States, 1985-1999. Water Resources Research, 39(6), 1171, doi: 10.1019/2002WR001533.
Clow, D.W., R.G. Striegl, L. Nanus, M.A. Mast, D.H. Campbell, and D.P. Krabbenhoft. 2002. Current status of high-elevation lake chemistry in seven national parks in the western United States. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution: Focus 2(2) 139-164. U.S. Geological Survey.
. Metal loading in Soda Butte Creek upstream of Yellowstone
National Park, Montana and Wyoming: A retrospective analysis
of previous research; and quantification of metal loading,
August 1999. U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations
Report 01-4170. 68 p.