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We investigated the dynamics of canine distemper virus (CDV) in grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) and wolves (Canis lupus) of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) using serological data collected from 1984 to 2014. 565 sera samples were obtained from 425 unique grizzly bears (134 females and 291 males) from 1984 to 2014 and 319 sera samples were obtained from 285 unique wolves (130 females and 155 males) from 1996 to 2014. Here we provide the unique identifier for each individual, the species and sex, the date the individual was captured, the estimated birth year and age, and the CDV antibody titer results based upon serum neutralization assays.
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Boiling River at Mammoth (YBOI), Yellowstone National Park Sample Collection: Samples were collected near the USGS stream gage 06190540 (Latitude 44°59'05.83", Longitude 110°41'18.20" NAD83). At the time of collection, all waters samples were filtered through a syringe filter (0.45-micrometer). Two splits of the filtered water were retained for chemical analyses, including an unacidified (FU) sample for determination of anion concentrations and a nitric acid preserved (FA; 1% volume-to-volume concentrated trace-metal grade nitric acid) sample for cation and trace metal analyses. During sample collection, the water temperature, specific conductance, and pH were often measured. Sample Analyses: Concentrations...
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Falls River near Squirrel, Idaho (YFAL) Sample Collection: Samples were collected near the USGS stream gage 13046995 (Latitude 44°03'43", Longitude 111°09'07" NAD83). At the time of collection, all waters samples were filtered through a syringe filter (0.45-micrometer). Two splits of the filtered water were retained for chemical analyses, including an unacidified (FU) sample for determination of anion concentrations and a nitric acid preserved (FA; 1% volume-to-volume concentrated trace-metal grade nitric acid) sample for cation and trace metal analyses. During sample collection, the water temperature, specific conductance, and pH were often measured. Sample Analyses: Concentrations of chloride, fluoride,...
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Album caption: Holdup bears in Yellowstone Park. 1923. Index card: Bear in the park. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1923.
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Album caption: Angel Terrace near Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. Oct. 1897. Index card: Stalactites at Angel Terrace. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1897.
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Album caption and index card: Crater of the Grand Geyser. Nearly opposite the Castle, and so named from the great force and power it displays in its eruptions, varying from 150 to 250 feet in height. For a space of 10 feet about the crater the surface is adorned with beautifully scalloped little reservoirs, filled with the clear, transparent waters from the geyser. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1872. See also: jwh01577 Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1872 Series, page 43, No. 444: Crater of the Grand Geyser. Nearly opposite the Castle, and so named from the great force and power it...
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Album caption and index card: Pelican's Roost, near Steamboat Point. A detached mass of the hot spring deposit, which has been cut off from the mainland by the action of the waves, and left in the lake 100 feet from the shore. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1871 Series, page 30, No. 291: Pelican's Roost, near Steamy Point. A detached mass of the hot spring deposit, which has been cut off from the mainland by the action of the waves, and left in the lake one hundred feet from the shore.
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Album caption and index card: Yellowstone Lake, a birds-eye view, taken from the high hills on the east side of the southeast arm, near where the Upper Yellowstone empties into the lake. View looking south, and shows the high range that separates the waters of the Yellowstone from those of Wind River. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. (Panorama with photo numbers 104b - 104d; jwh0104b, jwh0104c, and jwh0104d.) Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1871 Series, page 30, Nos. 278-282: Yellowstone Lake, a bird's-eye panoramic view, in five sections, taken from the high hills on the east side...
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Album caption: Rapids above the Upper Falls of the Yellowstone River. The view is immediately above the falls, showing the narrow rock-bound channel. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Index card: Jackson, W. H. 92 - Rapids above the Upper Falls of the Yellowstone River. The view is immediately above the falls, showing the narrow rock-bound channel. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1871 Series, page 28, Nos. 257 - 259: Rapids above the Upper Falls of the Yellowstone. The first view is immediately above the falls, showing the narrow rock-bound...
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Album caption: Mud Geyser, on the Yellowstone River, Hot Spring Series, Handwritten notes on album caption: 57-HS-97 USGS in National Archives. New no. 97. In action. 1871. This photo appears to have been retouched in the center of glass neg. to indicate the rise and fall of the geyser. Some other geyser photos have the retouching. Nellie C. Carico topog. div. June 14, 1972. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1871 Series, page 29, No. 264: Mud Geyser in action. The only true mud geyser discovered, 8 miles below Yellowstone Lake. It has a funnel-shaped orifice in the center of a basin 150 feet...
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Album caption: Upturned sandstone and shale at the old coal mines on Yellowstone River about six miles downstream from Gardiner, Mont. 1921. Index card: Devils slide near Electric. Park County, Montana. 1921.
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Figure caption: Mud pots located on the southern flank of Pocket Basin. Pools of violently boiling muddy water, which are more common in the spring and early summer at Pocket Basin. Yellowstone National Park. No index card. Published as Figure 21-C in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 2099. 1994.
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Album caption: Sep 89. No index card. Personal communication from Clay Martin, Field Records Collection, on May 3, 2019, "Lower Yellowstone Falls."
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Album caption and index card: Hot River. Hot carbonated spring water undercut the old horizontally bedded travertine deposits until individual blocks collapsed under their own weight. Direction of flow is toward the viewer. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. Published as Figure 23, U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 1444. 1978.


map background search result map search result map Hot carbonated spring water undercut the old horizontally bedded travertine deposits in Hot River. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. No date. Rapids above the Upper Falls of the Yellowstone River. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Yellowstone Lake, viewed from the high hills on the east side of the southeast arm.  Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Pelican's Roost, near Steamboat Point. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Crater of the Grand Geyser.  Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1872. The Lone Star Geyser. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. circa 1883. Angel Terrace near Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1897. Falls River near Squirrel, ID (YFAL) Boiling River at Mammoth (YBOI) Canine distemper virus antibody titer results for grizzly bears and wolves in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem 1984-2014 Excelsior Geyser. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. Devils slide near Electric. Yellowstone National Park, Park County, Montana. 1921. Bear in the park. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1923. Pools of violently boiling muddy water, mud pots located on the southern flank of Pocket Basin. Yellowstone National Park. Lower Yellowstone Falls. Yellowstone National Park.l 1989. Yellowstone Falls. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. No date. Mud Geyser in action. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Rapids above the Upper Falls of the Yellowstone River. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Yellowstone Lake, viewed from the high hills on the east side of the southeast arm.  Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Pelican's Roost, near Steamboat Point. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Crater of the Grand Geyser.  Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1872. The Lone Star Geyser. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. circa 1883. Excelsior Geyser. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. Pools of violently boiling muddy water, mud pots located on the southern flank of Pocket Basin. Yellowstone National Park. Lower Yellowstone Falls. Yellowstone National Park.l 1989. Mud Geyser in action. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Devils slide near Electric. Yellowstone National Park, Park County, Montana. 1921. Canine distemper virus antibody titer results for grizzly bears and wolves in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem 1984-2014 Hot carbonated spring water undercut the old horizontally bedded travertine deposits in Hot River. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. No date. Angel Terrace near Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1897. Bear in the park. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1923. Yellowstone Falls. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. No date.