Most of these books and periodicals should be available via interlibrary loan through your local library.
General Geyser Information
Allen, E.T. and Day, A.L. (1935)
Hot Springs of the Yellowstone National Park, Publ. 466. Carnegie Institute of
Washington, D.C., 525 p.
Barth, T.F.W. (1950) Volcanic Geology: Hot Springs
and Geysers of Iceland, Publ. 587. Carnegie Institue of Washington,
Washington, D.C., 174 p.
Bryan, T. Scott (1995) The Geysers of Yellowstone, Third Edition. University Press of Colorado, 463 p.
Rhinehart, J.S. (1972) Fluctuations in geyser
activity caused by variations in earth tidal forces, barometric pressure, and
tectonic stresses. Jour. Geophys. Res. 77, 342-350.
Rhinehart, J.S. (1972) 18.6-year tide regulates geyser activity. Science 177, 346-347.
Rhinehart, J.S. (1980) Geysers and Geothermal Energy. Springer-Verlag, 223 p.
Silver, Paul G. and Valette-Silver, Nathalie J.
(1992) Detection of Hydrothermal Precursors to Large Northern California
Earthquakes. Science 257, 1363-1368.
White, D.E. (1967) Some principles of geyser
activity mainly from Steamboat Springs, Nevada. Amer. Jour. Sci. 265,
T. Scott Bryan,1979,1991,1995, The Geysers of Yellowstone. 3rd ed, Niwot: University Press of Colorado
T. Scott Bryan, 1990, Geysers: What they are and how they work. Niwot: Roberts Rinehart
William A. Fisher, 1960, Yellowstone's living geology (Highlights of Yellowstone geology with an interpretation of the 1959 earthquake and their effects in Yellowstone National Park). Yellowstone: Yellowstone Library and Museum Association.
Robert O. Fournier, Robert L. Christiansen, Roderick A. Hutchinson, and Ken L. Pierce, 1994, A field-trip guide to Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho--Volcanic, hydrothermal and glacial activity in the region. Washington D.C.: US Geological Survey Bulletin 2099.
W.R. Keefer, 1972, The Geologic Story of Yellowstone National Park: U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper #1347.
T.E.C. Keith, D.E. White, and M.H. Beeson, 1978 Hydrothermal Alteration and Self-Sealing in Y-7 and Y-8 Drill Holes in Northern Part of Upper Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park: U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper #1054A.
J.D. Love, leader, 1989,Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and the middle Rocky Mountains: Field Trip Guidebook T328, 28th Annual Geological Congress. Washington D.C.: American Geophysical Union.
H. T. Lystrup, 1969. Hamilton's guide--Yellowstone National Park. West Yellowstone: Hamilton Stores.
George D. Marler, 1969, The Story Of Old Faithful, Yellowstone: Yellowstone Library and Museum Association.
George D. Marler, 1964,1971,1978, Studies of geysers and hot springs along the Firehole River, Yellowstone National Park , Wyoming. Yellowstone: Yellowstone Library and Museum Association.
Montana State University Department of Earth Sciences,1989. Geological Map of Yellowstone National Park, Bozeman: Montana State University.
L.P.J. Muffler, D.E. White, A.H. Truesdell, and R.O. Fournier, 1982, Geologic Map of Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyo.: U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Series Map I-1373.
L.P.J. Muffler, D.E. White, A.H. Truesdell, and R.O. Fournier, 1982, Geologic Map of Upper Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyo.: U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Series Map I-1371.
Carl Schreier, 1983, Yellowstone Explorer's Guide, Moose, Wyoming: Homestead Publishing.
Carl Schreier, 1989, Yellowstone: Selected Photographs 1870-1960, Moose, Wyoming: Homestead Publishing.
Carl Schreier, 1992, A Field Guide to Yellowstone's Geysers, Hot Springs, and Fumaroles, Moose, Wyoming: Homestead Publishing.
Robert. B. Smith and Lawrence. W. Braile, 1993, Topographic signature, space-time evolution, and physical properties of the Yellowstone- Snake River Plain volcanic system: the Yellowstone Hot Spot, in Snoke, A.W., Steidtmann, J.R., and Roberts, S.M., editors, Geology of Wyoming: Geological Survey of Wyoming Memoir No. 5, p. 694-754.
John S. Rinehart,1976, A Guide to geyser gazing. Santa Fe,N.M.: HydroDynamics.
U.S.G.S., 1972, Surfical Geological Map of Yellowstone National Park:U.S. Geologic Survey, Miscellaneous Geological Investigations Map I-710.
D.E White, R.O. Fournier, L.P.J. Muffler, and A.H. Truesdell, 1975 , Physical Results of Research Drilling in Thermal Areas of Yellowstone National Park, Wyo.: U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper #892.
D.E. White, R.A. Hutchinson, and T.E.C Keith, 1988, The Geology and Remarkable Thermal Activity of Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming: U.S. Geologic Survey, Professional Paper #1456.
D.E. White, 1991, Whistle, a Nearly Dormant Geyser in Upper Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming: The First Geyser to be Studied by Research Drilling, U.S. Geologic Survey, Bulletin #1967.
The Yellowstone Association. Fountain Paint Pots and Firehole Lake Drive, trail guide, pamphlet.
The Yellowstone Association. Old Faithful, Upper Geyser, Black Sand, and Biscuit Basins, trail guide, pamphlet.
The Yellowstone Association. Norris Geyser Basin. trail guide, pamphlet.
The Yellowstone Association. West Thumb Geyser Basin. trail guide, pamphlet.
The Yellowstone Library and Museum Association. Fountain Paint Pot Nature Trail, leaflet.
Lee H. Whittlesey,1988. Yellowstone Place Names. Helena: Montana Historical Society Press.
Lee H. Whittlesey, 1995, Death in Yellowstone: Accidents and foolhardiness in the first National Park, Boulder. Colorado: Roberts Rinehart Publishers.
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