- Title Pages
- Part I Historical and Geological Perspective
- Chapter 1 The Fires of 1988: A Chronology and Invitation to Research
- Chapter 2 Postglacial Fire, Vegetation, and Climate History of the Yellowstone-Lamar and Central Plateau Provinces, Yellowstone National Park
- Chapter 3 Yellowstone Fires and the Physical Landscape
- Part II Effects on Individuals and Species
- Chapter 4 Establishment, Growth, and Survival of Lodgepole Pine in the First Decade
- Chapter 5 Fire Effects, Elk, and Ecosystem Resilience in Yellowstone's Sagebrush Grasslands
- Chapter 6 Elk Biology and Ecology Before and After the Yellowstone Fires of 1988
- Part III Effects on Aquatic Systems
- Chapter 7 Effects of Wildfire on Growth of Cutthroat Trout in Yellowstone Lake
- Chapter 8 Stream Ecosystem Responses to Fire: The First Ten Years
- Chapter 9 Food Web Dynamics in Yellowstone Streams: Shifts in the Trophic Basis of a Stream Food Web After Wildfire Disturbance
- Chapter 10 Role of Fire in Determining Annual Water Yield in Mountain Watersheds
- Part IV Terrestrial Ecosystem and Landscape Perspective
- Chapter 11 Early Posture Forest Succession in the Heterogeneous Teton Landscape
- Chapter 12 Snags and Coarse Woody Debris: An Important Legacy of Forests in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
- Chapter 13 Fire Patterns and Ungulate Survival in Northern Yellowstone Park: The Results of Two Independent Models
- Chapter 14 Ten Years After the 1988 Yellowstone Fires: Is Restoration Needed?
- Chapter 15 Epilogue: After the Fires. What Have We Learned?
- After the Fires
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