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Adams, Harold S., Steven L. Stephenson, T. J. Blasing, and D. N. Duvick. "Growth-trend Declines of Spruce and Fir in Mid-Appalachian Subalpine Forests." Environmental and Experimental Botany 25, no. 4 (1985): 315-325.
Adams, Harold S., Samuel B. McLaughlin, T. J. Blasing, and D. N. Duvick. A Survey of Radial Growth Trends in Spruce in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as Influenced by Topography, Age, and Stand Development. Oak Ridge National Laboratory: U.S. Department of Energy, 1990.
Adams, Harold S., and Samuel B. McLaughlin. "A Survey of Growth-Trend Decline in Spruce in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as Influenced by Topography, Age, and Stand Development." In Eleventh Annual Scientific Research Meeting, edited by James D. Wood, 38-40. Gatlinburg, Tennessee: U.S. Department of the Interior National Park Service, 1985.
Allen, Thomas R., and John A. Kupfer. "Spectral Response and Spatial Pattern of Fraser fir Mortality and Regeneration, Great Smoky Mountains, USA." Plant Ecology 156, no. 1 (2001): 59-74.
Allen, Thomas R., and John A. Kupfer. "Application of Spherical Statistics to Change Vector Analysis of Landsat Data: Southern Appalachian Spruce-Fir Forests." Remote Sensing of Environment 74, no. 3 (2000): 482-493.
Alsop, Fred J.. "Changes in the Spruce-fir Avifauna of Mt. Guyot, Tennessee, 1967-1985." Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 66, no. 4 (1991): 207-209.
Alsop, Fred J., and Thomas F. Laughlin. "Censuses of a Breeding Bird Population in a Virgin Spruce-Fir Forest on Mt. Guyot, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Before and After Balsam Wooly Aphid Infestation." In Twelfth Annual Scientific Research Meeting, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Johnson City, Tennessee: National Park Service, Southeast Regional Office, 1986.
Andersen, Christian P., Samuel B. McLaughlin, and Kelly W. Roy. "A Comparison of Seasonal Patterns of Photosynthate Production and Use in Branches of Red Spruce Saplings at Two Elevations." Canadian Journal of Forest Research 21, no. 4 (1991): 455-461.
Andersen, Christian P., and Samuel B. McLaughlin. "Seasonal Changes in Shoot Water Relations of Picea rubens at Two High Elevation Sites in the Smoky Mountains." Tree Physiology 8, no. 1 (1991): 11-21.
Ashbrook, Craig M.. Soil Attributes as Viable Agents in Red Spruce Mortality Along the Southern Appalachian Highlands with Applications As Field and Laboratory Exercises For Community College Science Courses. Fairfax, VA: George Mason University, 2002.
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Baird, Richard E., Sandra Woolfolk, and Clarence E. Watson. "Microfungi of Forest Litter From Healthy American Beech, Fraser Fir, and Eastern Hemlock Stands in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Southeastern Naturalist 8, no. 4 (2009): 609-630.
Barker, M., Helga Van Miegroet, Niki Stephanie Nicholas, and Irena F. Creed. "Variation in Overstory Nitrogen Uptake in a Small, High-Elevation Southern Appalachian Spruce-Fir Watershed." Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32, no. 10 (2002): 1741-1752.
Bills, Gerald F.. "Distribution of Lactarius in the High-Elevation Forests of the Southern Appalachians." Mycologia 78, no. 1 (1986): 80-85.
Bintz, Wesley W., and David J. Butcher. "Characterization of the Health of Southern Appalachian Red Spruce (Piceae rubens) Through Determination of Calcium, Magnesium, and Aluminum Concentrations in Foliage and Soil." Microchemical Journal 87, no. 2 (2007): 170-174.
Bondietti, E A., Charles F. Baes, and Samuel B. McLaughlin. "Radial trends in cation ratios in tree rings as indicators of the impact of atmospheric deposition on forests." Canadian Journal of Forest Research 19, no. 5 (1989): 556-594.
Bruck, R. I.. "Survey of Diseases and Insects of Fraser Fir and Red Spruce in the Southern Appalachian Mountains." European Journal of Forest Pathology 19, no. 7 (1989): 389-398.
Busing, Richard T., and Edward E. C. Clebsch. "Application of a Spruce-Fir Forest Canopy Gap Model." Forest Ecology and Management 20 (1987): 151-169.
Busing, Richard T., and Eric F. Pauley. "Mortality Trends in a Southern Appalachian Red Spruce Population." Forest Ecology and Management 64, no. 1 (1994): 41-45.
Busing, Richard T., and Edward E. C. Clebsch. "Fraser Fir Mortality and the Dynamics of a Great Smoky Mountains Fir-Spruce Stand." Castanea 53, no. 3 (1988): 177-182.
Busing, Richard T.. "Red Spruce Dynamics in an Old Southern Appalachian Forest." Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 131, no. 4 (2004): 337-342.
Busing, Richard T., and Xinyuan Wu. "Size-specific Mortality, Growth, and Structure of a Great Smoky Mountains Red Spruce Population." Canadian Journal of Forest Research 20, no. 2 (1990): 206-210.
Busing, Richard T.. "Estimation of Tree Replacement Patterns in an Appalachian Picea-Abies Forest." Journal of Vegetation Science 7, no. 5 (1996): 685-694.
Busing, Richard T., Peter S. White, and Mark D. Mackenzie. "Gradient Analysis of Old Spruce – Fir Forests of the Great Smoky Mountains circa 1935." Canadian Journal of Botany 71, no. 7 (1993): 951-958.
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Cain, Stanley A.. Tertiary Elements of the Cove Hardwoods Forest of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Symposium on Biology of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, Department of Botany, 1938.
Cain, Stanley A.. "Ecological Studies of the Vegetation of the Great Smoky Mountains: II. The Quadrant Method Applied to Sampling Spruce and Fir Forest Types." The American Midland Naturalist 16, no. 4 (1935): 566-584.

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