An aerial photograph of Grand Prismatic Spring in the Midway Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park. Scientists at Montana State University in Bozeman are searching park hot springs for microscopic life. See story. (National Park Service photo.)
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Writers: Annette Trinity-Stevens, Evelyn Boswell, Office of Research, Creativity and Technology Transfer; Carol Schmidt, Division of Communications Services.  Photography: as noted. Design, Illustration and Production: Robert Rath. Printing: Advanced Litho, Great Falls, Montana.

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