Chapter 1 Integrated science in the central Yellowstone ecosystem
LANDSCAPE AND CLIMATE
Chapter 2 The central Yellowstone landscape: geology, terrain, vegetation
Chapter 3 Climate: good years, bad years, and long-term change
Chapter 4 Quantifying and mapping Yellowstone's unique geothermal landscape
Chapter 5 Snowpack dynamics: processes and models
Chapter 6 Meadow dynamics: a remote sensing approach
UNGULATE SPATIAL AND POPULATION DYNAMICS PRIOR TO WOLVES
Chapter 7 Elk population dynamics before wolves: A bottom-up system
Chapter 8 Elk spatial dynamics and resource use patterns: adaptation to a unique environment
Chapter 9 The Recovery of Yellowstone's Bison: a Century of Population Dynamics
Chapter 10 Bison range expansion: affected by the same mechanisms influencing migratory behavior?
WOLVES REESTABLISHMENT AND PREDATION
Chapter 11 Recolonization dynamics of a new wolf population
Chapter 12 Wolf movement patterns in relation to prey and kill sites
Chapter 13 Wolf prey selection in an elk-bison system: choice or circumstance?
Chapter 14 Estimation of predator kill rates using imperfect data
Chapter 15 Factors driving wolf predation rates: predictably variable?
Chapter 16 Alterations in elk group size to varying temporal and spatial wolf predation risks
Chapter 17 Alterations in elk winter foraging time: consequences of living in a risky environment
Chapter 18 Elk landscape use and winter movements: influenced by the environment or driven by fear?
Chapter 19 Characterizing elk resource selection responses to wolf predation risks
Chapter 20 Post-wolf elk population dynamics: stro