Yellowstone Geology Books
Windows into the Earth, the Geologic Story of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks
By Robert B. Smith and Lee J. Siegel. Learn about the Yellowstone hotspot, a 125-mile deep plume of hot rock directly beneath Yellowstone National Park that powers its thermal features and shapes its scenic wonders. Discover how the magnificent landscape of Yellowstone and the Tetons has been shaped over time by various geologic processes, then explore these two national parks as you follow the detailed three-day driving tour guide included in this book. 242 pages. 8 x 10".
Roadside Geology of the Yellowstone Country (Second Edition)
By William J. Fritz and Robert Thomas. Covers geologic formations along all roads in Yellowstone and all major roads leading to the North, East and West entrances to the park. 268 pages.
The Geysers of Yellowstone
By T. Scott Bryan. This completely revised guide describes in detail each of the more than three hundred geysers in Yellowstone National Park. 463 pages.