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Nash, Steve. Blue Ridge 2020 : An Owner's Manual. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 1999.
Jones, Adam. Exotic Plants In Great Smoky Mountains National Park management folio. rev. ed. Great Smoky Mountains Association, 2005.
Hoots, Diane, and Juanitta Baldwin. Kudzu, the Vine to Love or Hate. Suntop Press, 1996.
Book Chapter
Jenkins, Michael A., and Kristine D. Johnson. "Exotic Plant Species Invasion and Control in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA." In Invasive Plant and Forest Ecosystems, 295-322. New York: CRC Press, 2009.
Conference Paper
Nichols, Rosemary. "The Environmental Impact of LeConte Lodge, Great Smoky Mountains National Park." In 2nd Conference on Scientific Research in the National Parks, 312. Duke University, 1979.
Journal Article
Quick, Z I., G R. Houseman, and Esra i Büyüktahtakin. "Assessing wind and mammals as seed dispersal vectors in an invasive legume." Weed Research (2016).
Fisichelli, Nicholas A., Scott R. Abella, Matthew Peters, and Frank J. Krist. "Climate, Trees, Pests, and Weeds: Change, Uncertainty, and Biotic Stressors in Eastern U.S. National Park Forests." Forest Ecology and Management 327 (2014): 31-39.
Mueller, Thomas C., Darren K. Robinson, Joseph E. Beeler, Christopher Main, Dana Soehn, and Kristine Johnson. "Dioscorea oppositifolia L. Phenotypic Evaluations and Comparison of Control Strategies." Weed Technology 17, no. 4 (2003): 705-710.
Harmon, Mark E., Susan Power Bratton, and Peter S. White. "Disturbance and Vegetation Response in Relation to Environmental Gradients in the Great Smoky Mountains." Vegetatio 55, no. 3 (1984): 129-139.
Holzmueller, Eric J., Shibu Jose, Michael A. Jenkins, Ann Camp, and Alan Long. "Dogwood Anthracnose in Eastern Hardwood Forests: What Is Known and What Can Be Done?" Journal of Forestry 104, no. 1 (2006): 21-26.
Hansen, Andrew J., Nathan Piekielek, Cory Davis, Jessica Haas, David M. Theobald, John E. Gross, William B. Monahan, Tom Olliff, and Steven W. Running. "Exposure of U.S. National Parks to Land Use and Climate Change 1900-2100 ." Ecological Applications 24, no. 3 (2014): 484-502.
Wiggins, Gregory J., Jerome F. Grant, Paris L. Lambdin, Jack W. Ranney, and John B. Wilkerson. "First Documentation of Adult Trichosirocalus horridus on Several Non-target Native Cirsium Species in Tennessee." Biocontrol Science and Technology 19, no. 9 (2009): 993-998.
Abella, Scott R.. "Impacts and Management of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in National Parks of the Eastern United States." Southeastern Naturalist 13, no. sp6 (2014): 16-45.
Price, Charles A., and Jake F. Weltzin. "Managing Non-Native Plant Populations Through Intensive Community Restoration in Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA." Restoration Ecology 11, no. 3 (2003): 351-358.
Horton, J. L., and Howard S. Neufeld. "Photosynthetic Responses of Microstegium vimineum (Trin.) A. Camus, a Shade-Tolerant, C4 Grass, to Variable Light Environments." Oecologia 114, no. 1 (1998): 11-19.
Cox, Rachel S.. "Protecting the National Parks." CQ Researcher 10, no. 23 (2000).
Lindsay, Mary M., and Susan Power Bratton. "The Rate of Woody Plant Invasion on Two Grassy Balds." Castanea 45, no. 2 (1980): 75-87.
Kuebbing, Sara, Mariano A. Rodriguez-Cabal, David Fowler, Lauren Breza, Jennifer A. Schweitzer, and Joseph K. Bailey. "Resource Availability and Plant Diversity Explain Patterns of Invasion of an Exotic Grass." Journal of Plant Ecology 6, no. 2 (2012): 141-149.
Noble, Bruce J.. "The Wild East: A Biography of the Great Smoky Mountains by Margaret Lynn Brown." Environmental History 6, no. 3 (2001): 490-492.
Webster, Christopher R., Michael A. Jenkins, and Shibu Jose. "Woody Invaders and the Challenges They Pose to Forest Ecosystems in the Eastern United States." Journal of Forestry 104, no. 7 (2006): 366-374.
Scientific Report
Kuppinger, Dane M., Peter S. White, and Michael A. Jenkins. Predicting the Invasion of the Exotic Species Paulownia tomentosa Following Burning in Pine and Oak-Pine Forests of the Mountains In Joint Fire Science Project. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina, 2006.
Meyers, Elizabeth. State of the Parks: Great Smoky Mountains National Park. National Parks Conservation Association, 2004.
Baron, Jill, Christine Dombroski, and Susan Power Bratton. The Status of Five Exotic Woody Plants in the Tennessee District, Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Research/resources Management Report; no. 2. Gatlinburg, Tenn.: Field Research Laboratory, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1975.