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Yellowstone report: Climate, invasive species affect ecosystem

The wonders of Yellowstone, off the road
Brian Sirimaturos

A herd of Bison takes their time crossing the road in Yellowstone. During peak months, a bison crossing can snarl traffic for miles. (Brian Sirimaturos/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/MCT)


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Yellowstone National Park Vital Signs
A the 2013 analysis of certain Yellowstone Park "vital signs" that are considered key ecosystem indicators.

Yellowstone National Park was created by slow changes in geothermal conditions, but now it's being reshaped by rapid changes in climate and human pressures, according to a new report.

After enduring for almost 150 years, Yellowstone National Park is changing under human pressures as documented in the 2013 issue of “Vital Signs,” a biennial report released Tuesday by the Yellowstone Center for Resources.

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