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  • The art and science of Mammoth Hot Springs

    Steam from an Old Faithful eruption is more spectacular in winter because of the direct contact between the steam and the cold air. There is a silhouette of a bison cow absorbing the heat from the morning sun below the steam cloud.

    Steam from an Old Faithful eruption is more spectacular in winter because of the direct contact between the steam and the cold air. There is a silhouette of a bison cow absorbing the heat from the morning sun below the steam cloud.

    Photo by Tom Murphy

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  • Editor’s notes: “The Art of Yellowstone Science: Mammoth Hot Springs as a Window on the Universe,” by Bruce Fouke and Tom Murphy, is available in hardcopy and eBook versions from Crystal Creek Press.

    Bruce Fouke and photographer Tom Murphy will give a lecture and host a book signing Nov. 16 at the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology at the U. of I., 1206 W. Gregory Drive, Urbana.