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Lusk, Michael R., Michael J. Lacki, and Richard A. Lancia. "Responses of Deer Mice, Peromyscus maniculatus (Mammalia: Rodentia), to Wild Hog Rooting in the Great Smoky Mountains National Par." Brimleyana 19 (1993): 169-184.
Lucash, Christopher F., and Barron Allen Crawford. Reestablishment of Red Wolves in the Southern Appalachian Mountains Annual Summary; October 9, 1992 to December 31, 1993 In Annual Summary. Atlanta, GA: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Region IV, 1996.
Lowry, Sarah. Report on Ground Penetrating Radar Surveys: Cades Cove Cemeteries within Great Smoky Mountains National Park, October 7, 2009., 2009.
Love, Joseph. "Reintroducing Elk to the Great Smoky Mountains ." American Forests 119, no. 2 (2013): 32-37.
Love, P B.. "Reprinted from the Sevierville Enterprise." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Newsletter 28, no. 1 (1992): 18-22.
Lodge, David M., Christopher Hamlin, and Peter H. Raven. Religion and the New Ecology: Environmental Responsibility in a World in Flux. University of Notre Dame Press, 2006.
Linn, Beulah D.. Reunion at the River: Official History of Pigeon Forge, 1783-1930. Pigeon forge Homecoming '86 Committee, 1986.
Lindsay, Mary M., and Susan Power Bratton. "The Rate of Woody Plant Invasion on Two Grassy Balds." Castanea 45, no. 2 (1980): 75-87.
Liebman, James Andrew. Report to the Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association On the Fungal Type Specimans Project. Great Smoky Mountain History Association, 1979.
Lessard, Jean-Philippe, Robert R. Dunn, Charles R. Parker, and Nathan J. Sanders. "Rarity and Diversity in Forest Ant Assemblages of Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Southeastern Naturalist 6, no. sp2 (2007): 215-228.
LeQuire, Elise. "Reinventing Cades Cove." Hellbender Press 1 (1998): 1, 9, 12.
Lendemer, James C.. "Revision of Gyalideopsis ozarkensis and G. subaequatoriana (Gomphillaceae; lichenized Ascomycetes), leads to the description of an overlooked new species." The Bryologist 120, no. 3 (2017): 274-286.
Lee, David N. B.. "Red Wolf Recovery Ends in the Smokies." Wildlife Conservation 102, no. 2 (1999): 11.
Leabo, Regina M.. Research Design for the Archeological Investigations of Cattle Crossings and Stream Bank Restoration at Cades Cove. Tallahassee, FL: Southeast Archeological Center, 1995.
LBC&W Consultants/Planning-Research-Management, Inc.. Regional Land Potential Study and Land Development Plan., 1973.