Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center (NOROCK)

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Animated image showing grizzly bear range expansion in GYE: 1990-2018
December 31, 2019

Animated image showing grizzly bear range expansion in GYE: 1990-2018

Sequential estimates of occupied ranges for grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem during 1990–2018. Range extents are based on methods described in Bjornlie et al. (2014). Verified grizzly bear locations from a variety of sources, including VHF and GPS telemetry locations, sightings, mortalities, and human-bear conflicts for consecutive 10-year period were

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Columbia torrent salamander
August 5, 2019

Columbia torrent salamander (Rhyacotriton kezeri)

Torrent salamanders are Northwest-U.S. endemic, headwater-stream-associated amphibian species that have a dearth of basic ecological information, but are thought to be highly vulnerable to habitat changes. This taxon currently has two candidates for listing by the Endangered Species Act: the Cascade torrent salamander (Rhyacotriton cascadae) and the Columbia

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Who's who?  Front and back print casts of grizzly (top) and black bear (bottom).
February 27, 2019

Who's who? Print casts of grizzly (top) and black bear (bottom).

Who's who?  These are print casts of front and back paw prints of a grizzly bear (top) and black bear (bottom). The casts on the right are the front paws of each species; the casts on the left are the back.  How do you tell? 

Grizzly/brown bear toes are closer together and form a fairly straight line above the paw pad. On a black bear, the toes are further apart and

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Grinnell Glacier from Mount Gould animation
December 31, 2018

Grinnell Glacier from Mount Gould animation

Grinnell Glacier from Mount Gould animation.

Image of scientist setting up a radar system in Colorado to test its efficacy in detecting birds and bats flying towards turbine
August 1, 2018

Setting up radar system near a wind energy field in Colorado.

Image of scientist setting up a radar system in Colorado to test its efficacy in detecting birds and bats flying towards spinning wind turbines.

Swiftcurrent Glacier from lookout animation
July 27, 2018

Swiftcurrent Glacier from Lookout animation

Swiftcurrent Glacier from lookout animation

Grinnell Glacier from Mount Gould - 2015
July 27, 2018

Grinnell Glacier from Mount Gould - 2015

Grinnell Glacier from the summit of Mt. Gould, 9/25/2015. Repeat of Hileman, 1938 image.