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Yellowstone Park School ParKids
Aaron
Edgar
Gabriella
Jay
Jennifer
Justin
Laura
Nolan
Rose
Rhianna
Samantha
Sydney

Arrowhead School ParKids
Allison
Amanda
Cassie
Chandler
Dakota
Dave
Gina
Marina
Logan
Nik
Stephanie
Sadie
Wyatt

West Yellowstone School ParKids
Caleb
Daniel
Jordin
Josh
Kaitlyn
Maisie
Marriam
Nate
Sam
Shelby

Yellowstone National Park Electronic Field Trip Production and Support Staff
Janet Ambrose, Program Manager, Formal Education, Division of Interpretation
Diane Chalfant, Division of Interpretation, Chief
Craig Johnson, Web Technician, Media and Planning, Division of Interpretation
Henry Heasler, Geologist, Yellowstone Center for Resources
MacNeil Lyons, Education Technician, Formal Education Office (contributed image used in Screen 3)
Michelle Olsen, Information Systems Specialist, Formal Education, Division of Interpretation
Jim Peaco, Photographer, Media and Planning, Division of Interpretation
Sally Plumb, Information Systems Specialist, Formal Education Office, Division of Interpretation
Catherine Splane, Park Ranger, Formal Education Office, Division of Interpretation
Karon Decker, Information Systems Specialist, Formal Education Office, Division of Interpretation

Montana State University, Thermal Biology Institute Staff
William P. Inskeep, Ph.D. Environmental Chemistry, Land Resources and Environmental Sciences Dept. (contributed 1st and 3rd image in Screen 31)
Susan Kelly, Outreach Coordinator (collaborator, reviewed script and e-Trip)
Tim McDermott, Ph.D. Microbial Ecologist, Land Resources and Environmental Sciences Dept. (taught ParKids)
Melanie Melendrez, Ph.D. student, Land Resources and Environmental Sciences Dept. (taught ParKids and reviewed script and e-Trip)
David Ward, Ph.D., Microbial Ecologist, Land Resources and Environmental Sciences Dept, Microbial Ecologist, (Co-writer and Coordinator of the Hot Colors script, taught ParKids, obtained photomicrographic images, reviewed e-Trip)
Mark A. Young, Ph.D. Virologist, Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology Dept. (contributed photo that inspired the virus animation in Screen 34)
NASA Exobiology Program (administration of Thermal Biology Institute funding)

Earthtalk Studios, Inc. Staff
Kate Bryan, Director of Business Development
Angie Mangels, Graphic Designer
Adam Ormiston, Programmer
Drew Schug, Graphic Designer
Dan Smith, President
Christine Swendseid, Production Manager
Matt White, Lead Programmer

Character Voices
Dr. Bailey Bacillus—Christine Swendseid
Computer Voice—Drew Schug
Captain Macro—Kent Swendseid
Neva Riviera—Zairah Antweiler
Inspector Thermopolis-Sean Welder

Special Thanks
Dr. Ronald C. Antweiler, Research Hydrologist, United States Geological Survey, for editing of the curriculum “A Ph.D. in pH.”
Dr. Thomas D. Brock, Professor Emeritus, University of Wisconsin, (contributed images in screens 5, 34)
Dr. Michael Ivie, Professor, and Sardis Medrano-Cabral, M. S. Student, MSU Dept of Entomology. (Created and contributed photograph of ephydrid fly in Screen 28.)
Dr. Holger Jannasch (deceased), Woods Hold Oceanographic Institution (contributed 1st and 2nd images in File 49)
Dr. Carl Woese, University of Illinois (contributed diagram that inspired the timeline image on Screen 45)
The Katie L. Rhoads Memorial Fund of The Greater Harrisburg Foundation, Harrisburg, PA, provided ParKids t-shirts and caps through a generous grant to the Yellowstone Park Foundation.
NASA website www.nasa.gov (contributed 3rd and 4th images in Screens 48 and 3rd image in Screen 49)
Debra Naylor, Naylor Designs, Inc., Washington DC (contributed images 3 and 4 in Screen 3.
Dr. William J. Schopf, UCLA , (contributed 1st image in Screen 45 and 2nd image in Screen 48)
Catherine J. Tsairides, NASA Astrobiology Institute Outreach Project Director (contributed first image in Screen 42).

Disclaimer
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