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Interesting facts about Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Mackintosh, B. said “in 1872, Congress reserved the spectacular Yellowstone country in the Wyoming and Montana territories "as a public park or pleasuring-ground for the benefit and enjoyment of the people." In his book from 1991, The National Parks: Shaping the System. B.
Many people are fascinated by the National Parks around the world because of the attractions, including Yellowstone C.
Fishing is a big attraction to Yellowstone
Old fishing bridge now only used for tourists to watch the trout spawn. 2.
NPS.gov states that “anglers over the age of 16 have to purchase a fishing license for either 3 days, one week, or one season. Reason to purchase a license” (1)
To help support the Park
Pay the Tour Guides
Keep the park clean
Fines for not purchasing a license.
There are a few different types of fish
Westslope Cutthroat Trout
Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout
B. Old Faithful is a big attraction to Yellowstone National Park 1.
“Old Faithful and the majority of the world's geysers are preserved here.” Explained by Ralph Taylor in his online article: Activity Recorded by Data Logger 2.
This geyser erupts every 51-95 minutes with +/- 10 minute accuracy (1)
Kieffer, S.W. said “The way that the geyser launches that boiling water is geothermal energy and magma.” in his article Seismicity at Old Faithful Geyser: an isolated Source of geothermal noise and possible analogue of volcanic Seismicity (2)
Kieffer also said “A geyser is similar to a volcano, but instead of viscous magma, it launches H20” 3.
In recent years the average eruption length has been longer, it’s now an average of 3.5 minutes long.
Winter activities are also...
Cited: Mackintosh, B. (1991). The National Parks: Shaping the System.
Retrieved February 26, 2013 from National Park Service Web site:
Taylor, Ralph (2011, August 11). Activity Recorded by Data
Kieffer, S. W. (1984). Seismicity at Old Faithful Geyser: an isolated
Source of geothermal noise and possible analogue of volcanic
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