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Tripp, Erin A., and James C. Lendemer. "Not Too Late for American Biodiversity?" BioScience 62, no. 3 (2012): 218-219.
Tripp, Erin A., James C. Lendemer, Albert Barberán, Robert R. Dunn, and Noah Fierer. "Biodiversity gradients in obligate symbiotic organisms: exploring the diversity and traits of lichen propagules across the United States." Journal of Biogeography 43, no. 8 (2016): 1667-1678.
Triplett, J. K., A. S. Weakley, and L. G. Clark. "Hill Cane (Arundinaria Appalachiana), A New Species of Bamboo (Poaceae: Bambusoidead) from the Southern Appalachian Mountains." SIDA, Contributions to Botany 22, no. 1 (2006): 79-95.
Trieff, Danny D.. Composition of the Coleoptera and Associated Insects Collected by Canopy Fogging of Northern Red Oak (Quercus rubra L.) Trees in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the University of Tennessee Arboretum. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 2002.
Trevathan, Kim. "Seeking Just Enough Adversity at Abrams Creek Campground." Knoxville Mercury (2016).
Trevathan, Kim. "A Taste of the AT via Big Creek Area’s Chestnut Branch Trail." Knoxville Mercury 03 (2017).
Trevathan, Kim. "Hiking the Smoke Ring Trail Around the GSMNP." Knoxville Mercury (2016).
Trevathan, Kim. "Green Clean: Seeking ‘Shinrin-Yoku’ on the Boogerman Trail." Knoxville Mercury (2016).
Trevathan, Kim. "Bear Country: Learning About Those Other Big Inhabitants of the Smokies." Knoxville Mercury (2016).
Trevathan, Kim. "Finding Wild Flowers, but No Wild Boars, on the Smokies’ Whiteoak Sink Trail." Knoxville Mercury (2015).
Treadway, Kathy. "Arrowcraft Combines Veteran Experience with Outstanding Weaving & Crafts." Smoky Mountain Trails 5, no. 8 (1987): 20-21.
Traver, Jay R.. "Notes on Mayflies of the Southeastern States (Ephemeroptera)." Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 53, no. 1 (1937): 27-86.
Traoré, Sitan. The Black Flies (Simuliidae:Diptera) of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park and Vicinity. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 1992.
Trainer, Ethel P.. News From Little Pigeon. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1952.
Great Smoky Mtns. National Park, Tennessee/North Carolina. Revised Edition. Evergreen, CO: Trails Illustrated, 1999.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee-North Carolina : Full Park Topo Map with 3D Overview, Highlighted Trails and Features Coordinated with Appalachian Trail Guide, Backcountry and Hiking Information In Trails Illustrated Topo Maps. Evergreen, CO: Trails Illustrated, 1991.
Tracy, Don. Cherokee. New York: Dial Press, 1957.
Townsend, Camilla. American Indian History: A Documentary Reader. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.
TOWER, WELLS. "No Amount of Traffic or Instagrammers or Drunks Can Take the Magic Out of (Semi-) Wilderness." Outdoors 41, no. 4 (2016): 86-123.
Toti, Douglas S., Frederick A. Coyle, and Jeremy A. Miller. "A Structured Inventory of Appalachian Grass Bald and Heath Bald Spider Assemblages and a Test of Species Richness Estimator Performance." Journal of Arachnology 28, no. 3 (2000): 329-345.
Toti, Douglas S.. Species Richness and the Taxonomic and Guild Composition of the Spider Communities of a Grass Bald and Heath Bald in the Great Smoky Mountains. Cullowhee, NC: Western Carolina University, 1996.
Tornio, Stacy, and Ken Keffer. Ranger Rick goes to the national parks!. Lanham: Muddy Boots, 2016.
Topping, John D.. "Great Smoky Mountains." Travel Lore 4, no. 6 (1940): 5-7.
Toops, Connie. Great Smoky Mountains. Stillwater, MN: Voyageur Press, 1992.
Toops, Connie. "War Below the Canopy." National Parks 81, no. 1 (2007): 28-33.

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