Book: Atlas of Yellowstone

When I say that Atlas of Yellowstone (University of California Press, $65) has everything there is to know about our first national park, it isn’t an exaggeration—this coffee-table tome has over 500 maps and contributions from over 100 experts packed into its 300 pages. From original maps drawn by Lewis and Clark to detailed wildlife-distribution topos, nearly every scrap of data about the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem has been hunted down and included in this book. If there’s something you want to know about Yellowstone, this is the place to look. It might come with a hefty price tag, but the concentration and quality of information in this book is unmatched, and is a must-have for Yellowstone lovers everywhere.