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Chappelka, Arthur H., and James R. Renfro. Ozone Biomonitoring Trend Plots and Surveys in Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Third Annual Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere Conference. Gatlinburg, TN: Tennessee Valley Authority, 1992.
Coghlan, Andy. "Surviving Great Smoky." New Scientist 167, no. 2245 (2000): 14-15.
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Daerr, Elizabeth G.. "NPCA Files Suit Against TVA for Smokies Pollution." National Parks 74, no. 11-12 (2000): 12-13.
Daerr, Elizabeth G.. "Unhealthy Air Awaits Visitors at Great Smokies." National Parks 74, no. 7-8 (2000): 11-12.
Day, Derek E., William C. Malm, and Roger B. Ames. Final Report: Southeastern Aerosol and Visibility Study In SEAVS. Great Smoky Mountains National Park: National Park Service, Electric Power Research Institute, 1995.
Day, Derek E., William C. Malm, and Sonia M. Kreidenweis. "Aerosol Light Scattering Measurements as a Function of Relative Humidity." Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 50, no. 5 (2000): 710-716.
Day, Derek E., William C. Malm, and Sonia M. Kreidenweis. "Seasonal Variations in Aerosol Composition and Acidity at Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains National Parks." Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 47, no. 3 (1997): 411-418.
Diaz Robles, Louis, D. S. Greene, P. Doraiswamy, Gregory D. Reed, and J. S. Fu. "The Effect of Switching Mobile Sources to Natural Gas on the Ozone in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Proceedings of the Air and Waste Management Association's Anual Meeting and Exhibition (2004): 5247-5259.
Droitsch, Danielle. Clearing the Air: Protecting a National Jewel. National Parks and Conservation Association, 1999.
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Eagar, Christopher C., Peter S. White, and David G. Silsbee. Monitoring and Reserch Related to Atmospheric Deposition in Great Smoky Mountains National Park In National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program: Aquatic Effects Task Group and Terrestrial Effects Task Group Peer Review. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture , 1984.
Evans, Lance S., John H. Adamski, and James R. Renfro. "Relationships between Cellular Injury, Visible Injury of Leaves, and Ozone Exposure Levels for Several Dicotyledonous Plant Species at Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Environmental and Experimental Botany 36, no. 2 (1996): 229-237.
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Hacker, David W., and James R. Renfro. "Great Smoky Mountains Plants Studies for Ozone Sensitivity." Park Science: A Resource Management Bulletin 12, no. 1 (1992): 6-7.
Hacker, David W., and James R. Renfro. Ozone Response of Selected Plant Species from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park In First Annual Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere Conference. Gatlinburg, TN: Tennessee Valley Authority, 1990.
Hand, Jennifer L., Bret A. Schichtel, William C. Malm, S. Copeland, J. V. Molenar, N. Frank, and Marc L. Pitchford. "Widespread Reductions in Haze across the United States from the Early 1990s through 2011." Atmospheric Environment 94 (2014): 671-679.
Henry, Ronald C., Shudeish Mahadev, Santiago Urquijo, and Derek Chitwood. "Color Perception Through Atmospheric Haze." Journal of the Optical Society of America a-Optics Image Science and Vision 17, no. 5 (2000): 831-835.
Herrmann, Ray, Eric L. Morgan, and R. L. Green. Aluminum Precipation, Beech Flats and Walker's Prong Creeks, Great Smoky Mountains National Park In 1st Conference on Scientific Research in the National Parks, Edited by Robert M. Linn. Vol. II. New Orleans: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1976.

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