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Petko-Seus, Pamela A.. Human-Bear Interactions in the Backcountry of Great Smoky Mountains National Park In 8th Annual Scientific Research Meeting. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1982.
Carr, Patrick C.. Habitat Utilization and Seasonal Movements of Black Bears in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Knoxville, TN: The University of Tennessee, 1983.
Brewer, Carson. Hiking in the Great Smokies. Revised Edition. Knoxville, TN: Newman Printing Co., 1983.
Hiking Trails of the Great Smoky Mountains, Edited by Anonymous. Alternative Lodging Co., 1983.
E Kiefer, Kay, and Paul E. Fellows. Hobnail Boots and Khaki Suits: A Brief Look at the Great Depression and the Civilian Conservation Corps. Falcon Press, 1983.
Tate, Jane, and Michael R. Pelton. "Human-Bear Interactions in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." In Fifth International Conference Bear Research and Management, edited by Charles E. Meslow, 312-321. Vol. 5. Madison, Wisconsin: International Association for Bear Research and Management, 1983.
Landry, Bill. The Heartland Series In The Heartland Series. WBIR-TV, 1984.
Abernathy, A. R., Gary L. Larson, and Raymond C. Mathews. "Heavy Metals in the Surficial Sediments of Fontana Lake, North Carolina." Water Research 18, no. 3 (1984): 351-354.
Wathen, William Gregory, John C. New, Michael R. Pelton, Reid R. Gerhardt, George B. Wilson, Leon N. D. Potgieter, James M. Jenson, Paul M. Tamas, and Bruce McNeil. Hemorrhagic Disease in White-Tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Preliminary Report. University of Tennessee, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1984.
Mathews, Raymond C., and Arthur C. Echternacht. Herpetofauna of the Spruce-Fir Ecosystem in the Southern Appalachian Mountain Regions, With Emphasis on the Great Smoky Mountains National Park In The Southern Appalachian Spruce-Fir Ecosystem: Its Biology and Threats. Gatlinburg, TN: Uplands Field Research Laboratory, 1984.
Nickell, Joe. "Hillbilly Talk: Southern Appalachian Speech as Literary Dialect in the Writings of Mary Noailles Murfree." Appalachian Heritage 12, no. 3 (1984): 37-45.
Alston, Mark, Jerry L. West, Mark D. Mackenzie, and Norbert McKinney. Historical Overview of Fisheries Studies and Sport Fisheries Monitoring Plan for Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Prepared in cooperation with Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC., and Uplands Field Research Laboratory, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Gatlinburg, TN: National Park Service, 1984.
Bivens, Rick Dwain. History and Distribution of Brook Trout in the Appalachian Region of Tennessee. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 1984.
Clevenger, Anthony Paul. Habitat and Space Utilization of Black Bears in Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee In Wildlife and Fisheries Science. Vol. Master of Science. Knoxville, Tennessee: University of Tennessee, 1986.
Yetter, Todd C., and James Reade Runkle. "Height Growth Rates of Canopy Tree Species in Southern Appalachian Gaps." Castanea 51, no. 3 (1986): 157-167.
Linney, Romulus. Heathen Valley : A Play in Two Acts. New York: Dramatists Play Service, 1988.
Hall, Rikki. The Hellbender Press: East Tennessee's Environmental Journal. Foundation for Global Sustainability, 1988.
Jenkins, Hazel C., and Ora Lee Sossamo. The Heritage of Swain County, North Carolina, 1988. Swain County Genealogical and Historical Society, 1988.
Parker, Warren T.. A Historic Perspective of Canis Rufus and its Recovery Potential In Red Wolf Management Series. Asheville, North Carolina: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1988.
Burns, Inez E.. History of Blount County, Tennessee, From War Trail to Landing Strip, 1795-1955. Revised ed. Evansville, IN : Whipporwill Publications , 1988.
McTeer, Will A.. "Honoring the Stars and Stripes in East Tennessee Saved the Lives of Confederates." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Newsletter 14, no. 1 (1988): 13-18.
Tilley, Stephen G.. "Hybridization between Two Species of Desmognathus (Amphibia: Caudata: Plethodontidae) in the Great Smoky Mountains." Herpetological Monographs 2 (1988): 27-39.