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Baes, Charles F., and Samuel B. McLaughlin. "Trace Elements in Tree Rings: Evidence of Recent and Historical Air Pollution." Science 224, no. 4648 (1984): 494-497.
Baranski, Michael J.. An Analysis of Variation Within White Oak (Quercus alba L.). North Carolina Agriculture Experiment Station, 1975.
Barden, Lawrence S.. "Tree Replacement in Small Canopy Gaps of a Tsuga Canadensis Forest in the Southern Appalachians, Tennessee." Oecologia 44, no. 1 (1979): 141-142.
Biermann, Christine Patricia. Twentieth Century Changes in the Climate Response of Yellow Pines in Great Smoky Mountains National park, Tennessee, U.S.A.. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 2009.
Blozan, William F.. "The Importance of Increment Core Samples and Disturbance History in the Evaluation of Old-Growth Forests in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Natural Areas Journal 14, no. 2 (1994): 140-142.
Blozan, William F.. Dendroecology of American Beech Stands Infested with Beech Bark Disease: A Comparative Study of Stand Dynamics and Temporal Growth Features. Resources Management and Science Division, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1995.
Buckner, Edward R., and Weaver H. McCracken. "Yellow-Poplar: A Component of Climax Forests?" Journal of Forestry 76, no. 7 (1978): 421-423.
Burnett, Jim. "Tallest Native Hardwood Tree In North America Is Located In A National Park." National Park Traveler (2012).
Busing, Richard T., and Eric F. Pauley. "Mortality Trends in a Southern Appalachian Red Spruce Population." Forest Ecology and Management 64, no. 1 (1994): 41-45.
Busing, Richard T., Edward E. C. Clebsch, and Peter S. White. "Biomass and Production of Southern Appalachian Cove Forests Reexamined." Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23, no. 4 (1993): 760-765.
Busing, Richard T.. "Canopy Cover and Tree Regeneration in Old-Growth Cove Forests of the Appalachian Mountains." Vegetatio 115, no. 1 (1994): 19-27.
Busing, Richard T., and Xinyuan Wu. "Size-specific Mortality, Growth, and Structure of a Great Smoky Mountains Red Spruce Population." Canadian Journal of Forest Research 20, no. 2 (1990): 206-210.