All of the articles published in Nature Notes from Crater Lake since 1928 are online. It's a pretty eclectic collection of articles.
The website is still under construction, but it promises to be quite an enjoyable and educational resource.
If you've never been to Crater Lake here in Oregon, you're missing an experience, in my book. I'm not saying your life would be incomplete without it (far from it), but it is one of those places that tends to strike people as not what they imagined it would be. And besides, it's a fun drive to get there. (A word of caution: Some of the roads in that part of Oregon - like in my part of Oregon - are seasonal. Especially in winter, you should check ahead.)
hat tip: my husband
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