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Environmental report looks at natural clues to Yellowstone’s health

Yellowstone Park report
ERIK PETERSEN/CHRONICLE

A herd of elk feeds on a hillside in Yellowstone National Park in February. Yellowstone National Park's 2011 Natural Resource Vital Signs report is helping park managers and scientists more fully understand the status of ecological "health indicators."


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Yellowstone Natural Resource Vital Signs
A 2011 report on Yellowstone National Park's Natural Resource Vital Signs.

From earthquakes to fires and trumpeter swans to pronghorn, natural clues are helping scientists and resource managers gauge the health of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

The Yellowstone Center for Resources recently released a report that looks at how the area’s natural resources are changing based on more than two dozen so-called “vital signs.”

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