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Ayers, Harvard, and Joy Oakes. Code Red: America's Five Most Polluted National Parks. Appalachian Voices, National Parks Conservation Association, Our Children's Earth Foundation, 2002.
Ayers, Harvard, and Joy Oakes. Code Red! : America's Five Most Polluted National Parks. Appalachian Voices, 2004.
Ayers, Harvard, Jenny Hager, and Charles E. Little. An Appalachian Tragedy : Air Pollution and Tree Death in the Eastern Forests of North America. San Francisco, CA: Sierra Club Books, 1998.
Ayers, Paul, Ken Swinson, Brett Connell, Bryan McConkey, J. R. Candlish, Chanci King, and Matt Ellison. "Data Collection for GIS-based Landscape-scale River Habitat Mapping for Tennessee River Systems." In 21st Century Watershed Technology Conference and Workshop Improving Water Quality and the Environment. Bari, Italy: ASABE, 2012.
Ayensu, Edward S., and Robert DeFilipps. Endangered and Threatened Plants of the United States. Smithsonian Institution and the World Wildlife Fund, Inc., 1978.
Awiakta, Marilou, and Mary Adair. Selu : Seeking the Corn-Mother's Wisdom. Golden, CO: Fulcrum Publishing, 1993.
Avery, Myron H.. "The Appalachian Trail and the Shenandoah and Great Smokies." The Regional Review 4, no. 1 (1940): 20-26.
Avery, Myron H., and Kenneth S. Boardman. "Arnold Guyot's Notes on the Geography of the Mountain District of Western North Carolina." The North Carolina Historical Review 15, no. 3 (1938): 251-318.
Avery, Paul G.. Report of Phase I Archaeological Survey, Proposed Locations for the Construction of a New Visitor’s Center, Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Blount County, Tennessee. Knoxville, Tenn.: MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Inc., 2005.
Avery, Myron H.. "The Skyline Drive and the Appalachian Trail." Potomac Appalachian Trail Club Bulletin (1935).
Averill, Graham. "Appalachian Inspiration ." Nature Conservancy Magazine (2013).
Austin, Jr., Frank J.. Austin-Brooks Collection, 1914-1924 In Austin-Brooks Collection, 1914-1924. Asheville, North Carolina: D.H. Ramsey Library, Special Collections, University of North Carolina at Asheville, Undated.
Aston-Wash, Barbara. "Many Shades of Gray." Tennessee Homes & Gardens 1, no. 1 (2002): 34-43.
Association, American Automobile. Great Smoky Mtn. National Park area. Washington, D.C.: American Automobile Association, 1941.
Associated Press. Wildfire burns outside Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee, destroying dozens of rental cabins. Vol. 2013. New York, NY: New York Daily News, 2013.
Associated Press. "Snake Fungus Found in Tennessee." Knoxville News Sentinel (2013).
Associated Press. Rain dampens wildfire outside Great Smoky Mountains: At least 60 cabins damaged or destroyed. Vol. 2013. Asheville, NC: Asheville Citizen-Times, 2013.
Associated Press. Planned controlled fires scheduled in Great Smoky Mountains National Park this spring. Vol. 2013. Columbus, IN: The Republic, 2013.
Associated Press. "State Puts up Traps to Catch Emerald Ash Borers." Knoxville News Sentinel (2013).
Associated Press. Volunteers recognized for work on trail shelters in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Vol. 2013. Chattanooga, TN: Chattanooga Times Free Press, 2013.
Asper, Jennifer. Investigating a Management Program for Introduced Green Treefrogs at Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Vol. Master of Science. Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 2015.
Askins, Robert. Saving the world's deciduous forests : ecological perspectives from East Asia, North America, and Europe. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014.
Agency Draft Recovery Plan: Yellowfin Madton (Noturus flavipinnis) Taylor. Atlanta, GA: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1983.
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.
Ascher, John(Pete). "The Tennessee & North Carolina Railway Company." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Journal and Newsletter 31, no. 3 (2005): 2-10.

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