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Baird, Richard E., Elizabeth C. Stokes, Alicia Wood-Jones, Clarence E. Watson, Mark Alexander, Glenn Taylor, Kristine Johnson, Paul Threadgill, and Susan Diehl. "A Molecular Clone and Culture Inventory of the Root Fungal Community Associated with Eastern Hemlock in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Southeastern Naturalist 13, no. 6 (2014): 219-237.
Baird, Richard E., Elizabeth C. Stokes, Alicia Wood-Jones, Clarence E. Watson, Mark Alexander, Glenn Taylor, Kristine Johnson, Paul Threadgill, and Susan Diehl. "A Molecular Clone and Culture Inventory of the Root Fungal Community Associated with Eastern Hemlock in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Southeastern Naturalist 13, no. 6 (2014): 219-237.
Lafon, Charles W., John D. Waldron, David M. Cairns, Maria D. Tchakerian, Robert N. Coulson, and Kier D. Klepzig. "Modeling the Effects of Fire On the Long-Term Dynamics and Restoriation of Yellow Pine and Oak Forests in the Southern Appalachian Mountains." Restoration Ecology 15, no. 3 (2007): 400-411.
Wilds, Stephanie, John Roland Boetsch, Frank Teunissen Van Manen, Joseph D. Clark, and Peter S. White. "Modeling the Distributions of Species and Communities in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 27, no. 1 (2000): 389-392.
Wilds, Stephanie, John Roland Boetsch, Frank Teunissen Van Manen, Joseph D. Clark, and Peter S. White. "Modeling the Distributions of Species and Communities in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 27, no. 1 (2000): 389-392.
Lohr, Samuel C., and Jerry L. West. "Microhabitat Selection by Brook and Rainbow Trout in a Southern Appalachian Stream." Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 121, no. 6 (1992): 729-736.
Baird, Richard E., Sandra Woolfolk, and Clarence E. Watson. "Microfungi of Forest Litter From Healthy American Beech, Fraser Fir, and Eastern Hemlock Stands in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Southeastern Naturalist 8, no. 4 (2009): 609-630.
Baird, Richard E., Sandra Woolfolk, and Clarence E. Watson. "Microfungi of Forest Litter From Healthy American Beech, Fraser Fir, and Eastern Hemlock Stands in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Southeastern Naturalist 8, no. 4 (2009): 609-630.
Baird, Richard E., Clarence E. Waston, and Sandra Woolfolk. "Microfungi from Bark of Healthy and Damaged American Beech, Fraser Fir, and Eastern Hemlock Trees During an All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory in Forests of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Southeastern Naturalist 6, no. 1 (2007): 67-82.
Baird, Richard E., Clarence E. Waston, and Sandra Woolfolk. "Microfungi from Bark of Healthy and Damaged American Beech, Fraser Fir, and Eastern Hemlock Trees During an All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory in Forests of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Southeastern Naturalist 6, no. 1 (2007): 67-82.
Bardhan, Sougata, Shibu Jose, Michael A. Jenkins, Christopher R. Webster, Ranjith P. Udawatta, and Sarah E. Stehn. "Microbial community diversity and composition across a gradient of soil acidity in spruce-fir forests of the southern Appalachian Mountains." Applied Soil Ecology 61 (2012): 60-68.
Churchill, John A., and Peter S. White. "Melanthium latifolium in Tennessee." Castanea 51, no. 1 (1986): 68-69.
Weigl, Peter D., and Travis W. Knowles. "Megaherbivores and Southern Appalachian Grass Balds." Growth and Change 26 (1995): 365-382.
Wood, John Thornton. "Measurements of a Giant Pseudotriton montanus montanus Larva from Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Copeia 1946, no. 3 (1946): 168.
Wise, Ken, and Anne Bridges. "Mapping the Smokies: The Curious Mistake of Arnold Guyot." Great Smoky Mountains Colloquy 11, no. 1 (2010): 1-3.
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.
Simonis, Juniper L., Rebecca B. Harrison, Sarah T. Long, David R. Rabon, Jr., William T. Waddell, and Lisa J. Faust. "Managed movement increases metapopulation viability of the endangered red wolf." The Journal of Wildlife Management (2017).
Isil, Selma, Christopher Rogers, and Carol Armbrust Wanta. "Magnitude and Trends of High-elevation Cloud Water Pollutant Concentrations and Modeled Deposition Fluxes." Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering B 6, no. 3 (2017): 127-143 .
Pavlov, Aleksandar, Teofil Nakov, Zlatko Levkov, Paula C. Furey, Robert L. Wilson, and Luc Ector. "Luticola grupcei (Bacillariophyceae) - A New Freshwater DiatoC from Mountain Baba (Macedonia) and Great Smoky Mountains National Park (USA): Comparison with the Type Material of L. Goeppertiana (Bleisch) DGMann." Nova Hedwigia 89, no. 1-2 (2009): 147-164.
Webster, Christopher R., Michael A. Jenkins, and Janet H. Rock. "Long-Term Response of Spring Flora to Chronic Herbivory and Deer Exclusion in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA." Biological Conservation 125, no. 3 (2005): 297-307.
Bridges, Anne, and Ken Wise. "Lindsay Young Smokies Fund." Great Smoky Mountains Colloquy 1, no. 2 (2000): 3.
Brown, Ryan A., David H. Rehkopf, William E. Copeland, Elizabeth Jane Costello, and Carol M. Worthman. "Lifecourse Priorities Among Appalachian Emerging Adults: Revisiting Wallace's Organization of Diversity." Ethos 37, no. 2 (2009): 225-242.
Brown, R. A., Carol M. Worthman, Elizabeth Jane Costello, and Alaattin Erkanli. "The Life Trajectory Interview for Youth (LTI-Y): Method Development and Psychometric Properties of an Instrument to Assess Life-Course Models and Achievement." International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research 15, no. 4 (2006): 192-206.
Johansen, Jeffrey R., Catherine E. Olsen, Robert L. Wilson, Karolina Fuíková, and Dale A. Casamatta. "Leptolyngbya Species from Selected Seep Walls in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Algological Studies 126, no. 1 (2008): 21-36.
Birkebak, Joshua M., Else C. Vellinga, Ana E. Franco-Molano, Michael G. Wood, and Brandon P. Matheny. "Lepiota marculans, an Unusual Mushroom Rediscovered after 105 years." Southeastern Naturalist 10, no. 2 (2011): 267-274.

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