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National Park Service, and Nicki Macfarland. Abstracts of the Nineteenth Annual Scientific Research Meeting In Annual Scientific Research Meeting-National Park Service, Southeast Region. Gatlingburg, TN: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1994.
Huckabee, John W., Philip C. Goodyear, and Ronald D. Jones. "Acid Rock in the Great Smokies: Unanticipated Impact on Aquatic Biota of Road Construction in Regions of Sulfide Mineralization." American Fisheries Society. Transactions 104, no. 4 (1975): 677-684.
Day, Derek E., and William C. Malm. "Aerosol Light Scattering Measurements as a Function of Relative Humidity: A Comparison Between Measurements Made at Three Different Sites." Atmospheric Environment 35, no. 30 (2001): 5169-5176.
Air Pollution Issues Great Smoky Mountains National Park In EPA National Air Pollutant Emission Trends, 1990-1994., 1996.
Davidson, Cliff I., William D. Goold, Thomas P. Mathison, Bruce G. Wiersma, Kenneth W. Brown, and Michael T. Reilly. "Airborne Trace Elements in Great Smoky Mountains, Olympic, and Glacier National Parks." Environmental Science & Technology 19, no. 1 (1985): 27-35.
Herrmann, Ray, Jill Baron, and D. Drablos. Aluminum Mobilization in Acid Stream Environments, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA In Ecological Impact of Acid Precipitation. Sandefjord, Norway: SNSF Project, 1980.
Neufeld, Howard S., Seth J. Peoples, Alan W. Davidson, Arthur H. Chappelka, Greg L. Somers, Jill E. Thomley, and Fitzgerald L. Booker. "Ambient Ozone Effects on Gas Exchange and Total Non-Structural Carbohydrate Levels in Cutleaf Coneflower (Rudbeckia laciniata L.) Growing in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Environmental Pollution 160, no. January (2012): 74-81.
Aneja, Viney P., Anuradha B. Murthy, William Battye, Rebecca Battye, and William G. Benjey. "Analysis of Ammonia and Aerosol Concentrations and Deposition Near the Free Troposphere at Mt. Mitchell, NC, USA." Atmospheric Environment 32, no. 3 (1998): 353-358.
Mahadev, Shudeish, and Ronald C. Henry. "Application of a Color-Appearance Model to Vision Through Atmospheric Haze." Color Research and Application 24, no. 2 (1999): 112-120.
Zedaker, Shephard M., Niki Stephanie Nicholas, and Christopher C. Eagar. "Assessment of Forest Decline in the Southern Appalachian Spruce-Fir Forest, USA." In Air Pollution and Forest Decline: Proceedings of the 14th International Meeting for Specialists in Air Pollution Effects on Forest Ecosystems, International Union of Forest Research O, 239-44. Birmensdorf, Switzerland: Eidgenössische Anstalt für das forstliche Versuchswesen, 1989.
Valente, Ralph J., Catherine Shea, Lynn K. Humes, and Roger L. Tanner. "Atmospheric Mercury in the Great Smoky Mountains Compared to Regional and Global Levels." Atmospheric Environment 41, no. 9 (2007): 1861-1873.
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Uplands Field Research Laboratory. The Balsam Woolly Aphid and Spruce-Fir Forests: A Summary of Pertinent Information for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Interpretation Staff and the Tremont Environmental Education Center Staff In The Uplands Field Research Laboratory Volunteer-in-Parks Interpretation of Science Project. Gatlinburg, TN: Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association , 1983.
Kirkwood, Scott. "Breathe it in." National Parks 85, no. 3 (2011): 10-11.
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Powers, Elizabeth D.. "Cataloochee - A Sense of Place." National Parks and Conservation 48, no. 12 (1974): 10-14.
Flohr, Marta J. K., Roberta G. Dillenburg, and Geoffrey S. Plumlee. Characterization of Secondary Minerals Formed as the Result of Weathering of the Anakeesta Formation, Alum Cave, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee In U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report. Reston, VA: U.S. Department of the Interior: U.S. Geological Survey, 1995.
Cheng, Meng-Dawn, and Roger L. Tanner. "Characterization of Ultrafine and Fine Particles at a Site Near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Atmospheric Environment 36, no. 38 (2002): 5795-5806.
National Park Conservation Association. Cleaner Skies for Great Smoky Mountains: Better Pollution Limits for Marshall Steam Station In Cleaning up the Haze: Protecting People and America's Treasured Places; Recommendations to Strengthen EPA's Approach., 2012.
Tennesen, Michael. "On a Clear Day." National Parks 71, no. 11-12 (1997): 26-29.
Shaver, Christine L., Kathy A. Tonnessen, and Tonnie G. Maniero. "Clearing the Air at Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Ecological Applications 4, no. 4 (1994): 690-701.
Jackson, Jennifer Mitchell, Ulla-Britt Reeves, and Stephen Smith. Clearing the Air : Getting the Dirt on TVA's Coal-Fired Power Plants. 2nd ed. Knoxville, TN: Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, 2000.
Ayers, Harvard, and Joy Oakes. Code Red: America's Five Most Polluted National Parks. Appalachian Voices, National Parks Conservation Association, Our Children's Earth Foundation, 2002.
Hand, Jennifer L., Sonia M. Kreidenweis, Nathan M. Kreisberg, Susanne Hering, Mark R. Stolzenburg, William D. Dick, and Peter H. McMurry. "Comparisons of Aerosol Properties Measured by Impactors and Light Scattering From Individual Particles: Refractive Index, Number and Volume Concentrations, and Size Distributions." Atmospheric Environment 36, no. 11 (2002): 1853-1861.
Wagstrom, K. M., and S. N. Pandis. "Contribution of Long Range Transport to Local Fine Particulate Matter Concerns." Atmospheric Environment 45, no. 16 (2011): 2730-2735.
Maas, Richard P., and Samuel Nave. "Correlation of Mineral Composition and Leachate Concentration for Anakeesta Pyrite Deposits in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park." Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 173, no. March 21-25 (1977): Entry 182.
Fakhraei, Habibollah, Charles T. Driscoll, James R. Renfro, Matt A. Kulp, Tamara F. Blett, Patricia F. Brewer, and John S. Schwartz. "Critical loads and exceedances for nitrogen and sulfur atmospheric deposition in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, United States." Ecosphere 7, no. 10 (2016).

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