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Prather, Aysha L., Alicia L. Syrett, and John C. Morse. "Females of Rhyacophila (Trichoptera: Rhyacophilidae) from the Southeastern United States." In Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Trichoptera, edited by Ralph W. Holzenthal and Oliver S. Flint, 387-400. Vol. 8th. Minneapolis, MN: Ohio Biological Survey, 1997.
Frank, Bernard. "Farewell to the Smokies." Nature Magazine 32 (1939): 99-104.
Flum, T., and Stephen C. Nodvin. "Factors Affecting Streamwater Chemistry in the Great Smoky Mountains, USA." Water Air and Soil Pollution 85, no. 3 (1995): 1707-1712.
Farnsworth, George L., and Theodore R. Simons. "Factors Affecting Nesting Success of Wood Thurshes in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." The Auk 116, no. 3 (1999): 1075-1082.
Frankenberg, Dirk. Exploring North Carolina's Natural Areas: Parks, Nature Preserves, and Hiking Trails. The University of North Carolina Press, 2000.
Fisher, Suzanne L., and Mark H. Wolfe. "Examination of Mercury Inputs by Throughfall and Litterfall in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Atmospheric Environment 47, no. February (2012): 554-559.
Potter, Kevin Mark, John Frampton, Sedley A. Josserand, and Dana C. Nelson. "Evolutionary History of Two Endemic Appalachian Conifers Revealed Using Microsatellite Markers." Conservation Genetics 11, no. 4 (2010): 1499-1513.
Ciesla, W. M., and R. T. Franklin. Evaluation of Elm Spanworm Infestations in the Southern Appalachian Mountains During 1964. Asheville, NC: U.S. Forest Service, 1964.
Fox, James Ronald. An Evaluation of Control Techniques for the European Wild Hog (Sus scrofa) in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park of Tennessee. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 1972.
Fox, James Ronald, and Michael R. Pelton. An Evaluation of Control Techniques for the European Wild Hog in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Research & Management of Wild Hog Populations: Proceedings of a Symposium. Georgetown, South Carolina: Belle W. Baruch Forest Science Institute of Clemson University, 1977.
Simons, Theodore R., George L. Farnsworth, and Susan A. Shriner. "Evaluating Great Smoky Mountains National Park as a Population Source for the Wood Thrush." Conservation Biology 14, no. 4 (2000): 1133-1144.
Furey, Paula C., Robert L. Lowe, and Jeffrey R. Johansen. Eunotia Ehrenberg (Bacillariophyta) of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA. J. Cramer, 2011.
Diamond, Stephen A., Peter C. Trenham, Michael J. Adams, Blake R. Hossack, Roland A. Knapp, Stacy L. Stark, David Bradford, Stephen P. Corn, Ken Czarnowski, Paul D. Brooks et al. "Estimated Ultraviolet Radiation Doses in Wetlands in Six National Parks." Ecosystems 8, no. 5 (2005): 462-477.
Matmon, Ari, Paul R. Bierman, Jennifer Larsen, Scott Southworth, M. Pavich, Robert Finkel, and M. Caffee. "Erosion of an Ancient Mountain Range, the Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina and Tennessee." American Journal of Science 303, no. 9 (2003): 817-855.
Parker, Charles R., Oliver S. Flint, Luke M. Jacobus, Boris C. Kondratieff, Patrick W. McCafferty, and John C. Morse. "Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, Megaloptera, and Trichoptera or Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Southeastern Naturalist 6, no. sp2 (2007): 159-174.
Fraser, Thomas. "An Emergency Shelter at the Sevier County Fairgrounds Rescues Lost Pets From Gatlinburg’s Fire." The Knoxville Mercury (2016).
Farmer, James, Doug Knapp, and Gregory M. Benton. "An Elementary School Environmental Education Field Trip: Long-Term Effects on Ecological and Environmental Knowledge and Attitude Development." The Journal of Environmental Education 38, no. 3 (2007): 33-42.
Fleishman, Tamar Alexia. The elegant side of the Smoky Mountains In The Washington Times Communities. Vol. 2013. Washington, DC: The Washington Times, 2013.
Fritz, Jerry Douglas. Effects of Trail-Induced Sediment Loads on Great Smoky Mountains National Park High Gradient Trout Streams. Cookeville, TN: Tennessee Technological University, 1993.
Flamm, Richard O., Monica G. Turner, David N. Wear, and John Chazel. The Effects of Land Use on Forest Covers In Third Annual Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere Conference. Gatlinburg, TN: Tennessee Valley Authority, 1992.
Fouts, Kevin Lindsey. Effects of Fire Management Practices on the Amphibians and Reptiles of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Vol. Master of Science. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia, 2014.
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.
Friedenberg, Richard, Richard Cromwell, Tantoo Cardinal, and Joseph Ashton. The Education of Little Tree. Hollywood, CA: Paramount Home Video, 1998.
Ferris, Marcie Cohen. The edible South : the power of food and the making of an American region. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 2014.
Fritsch, Al, and Kristin Johannsen. Ecotourism in Appalachia: Marketing the Mountains., 2004.