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    National parks are areas specified by the federal government to preserve the natural environment. They exist for the general public to enjoy, but most importantly, for the preservation of animals. National parks often have a historical or scientific purpose with a special landscape that has been kept in its natural state. The oldest, largest and possibly the most well-known national park in the United States is Yellowstone National Park which protects the scenery, wildlife, geologic and ecological

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    Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone National Park is one of the largest and oldest national parks in American history. Yellowstone was the first park to be protected by private investment on March 1, 1872, and the first to be put under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service in 1918, no doubt due to its unique and inspiring landscape and geothermal features. In fact, Yellowstone National Park is home to half of the world’s total hydrothermal features. These awesome attractions draw

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    Yellowstone National Park is an amazing place. The 2.2 million acre park is mostly above 7500 feet. It contains hydrothermal features like Old Faithful’s geyser, wildlife, vegetation, lakes and more. Within the 2.2 acres are habitats and wildlife that are unique to the park. There are three main habitats within Yellowstone. First is the Alpine Tundra. This dry, rocky, mountainous area is home to a significant mountain goat population. Next, the mountain meadows are areas of grass that can be small

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    The national park system has become an invaluable laboratory for researchers while also being popular travel destinations for tourists looking to relax, learn, and reconnect with nature. It is through family trips to these national treasures that I became interested in studying more about the natural world at the university. Yellowstone National Park, which I visited over a decade ago, has recently been in the news for its successful reintroduction of wolves into the park grounds. However, a new

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    Transforming the Riparian Ecosystems of Yellowstone National Park Momin Islam Introduction Yellowstone National Park has a very interesting history. One aspect of its history revolves around its ecological transformation shortly after the reintroduction of Canis Lupus, commonly referred to as the gray wolf. During the 1800s, westward expansion brought settlers to lands that housed the grey wolf. The flourishing of agriculture led to the demise of the wolves’ natural prey, so the wolves then began

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    How has the reintroduction of wolves affected Yellowstone National Park? It is commonly acknowledged that, in a biological ecosystem all species are closely affected each other through a food chain. However, what people don’t really recognize is how hugely one species can affect the entire ecosystem. The reintroduction of wolves in Yellowstone National Park depicts a vivid example how one predator can contribute to the recovery of biodiversity and its astonishing impact on physical geography.

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    Reintroducing Wolves to Yellowstone National Park The area of Yellowstone National Park has a long history of inhabitants, even before it became the nation’s first national park. In the area now known as Yellowstone National Park, wolves were once very prominent. However due to westward expansion in the 1800s, agriculture began to increase. This led to the wolves that once thrived in this area to being practically completely removed. The increase in agriculture in this region led to a lot of the

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    the wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National park, the wolves’ prey decreased in populations, and the producers had increases in population. In The Importance of Predators, the Yellowstone Case, it shows that the Yellowstone valley had birds, bison, and beavers 150 years ago. Then in 1995, wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone after being killed in the 1930’s. These wolves ate animals such as the bison, whose population was starting to vanish in Yellowstone. This shows that due to the wolves’

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    The Expeditions that led to the establishment of Yellowstone National Park Throughout history we have witnessed, heard and read about locations that had a significant impact in history. Stepping into historical locations can either bring back great memories or serve as memories of grief and sadness. Historical locations can be either war memoirs, monuments and it can be nature preserves. The National park systems is one of the achievements that the United States stands for, meaning the United States

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    The Yellowstone National Park Was established on March 1st 1872 and is located in Wyoming. It was created as a national park for the people or as a place you can go for fun. You are able to do a variety of enjoyable things here. For example you can go hiking, boating, bicycling, camping, cross country skiing, fishing, tours, horseback riding, picnicking, ranger activities, ride snowmobiles, wildlife viewing and much more! This park is a great place to take your family to, spend the day there, or

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