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Van Manen, Jennapher L. Teuniss, Lisa I. Muller, Zheng-Hua Li, Arnold M. Saxton, and Michael R. Pelton. "Using stable isotopes to assess dietary changes of American black bears from 1980 to 2001." Isotopes in Environmental & Health Studies 50, no. 3 (2014): 382-398.
Moore, Patrick T., Justin R. DeRose, James N. Long, and Helga Van Miegroet. "Using Silviculture to Influence Carbon Sequestration in Southern Appalachian Spruce-Fir Forests." Forests 3, no. 2 (2012): 300-316.
Peretz, Jean H., Bruce E. Tonn, Gregory D. Reed, and Luis Alonso Dia Robles. "Using Scenarios to Assess the Impact of Air Pollution in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Public Works Management & Policy 10, no. 2 (2005): 170-185.
Rose, Eli Theofen. Using Remotely Sensed Indices of Fire Severity and Vegetation Structure to Identify Patterns of Avian Occurrence Following Changes in Fire Management Policy within Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Zoology. Vol. Master of SCience. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State University, 2015.
Huang, Hongwen, Desmond R. Layne, and Neal R. Peterson. "Using Isozyme Polymorphisms for Identifying and Assessing Genetic Variation in Cultivated Pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal]." Journal of the American Society for Horticulture Science 122, no. 4 (1997): 504-511.
Culver, David C.. "On Using Horn's Markov Succession Model." The American Naturalist 117, no. 4 (1981): 572-574.
Hughes, Karen W., Ronald H. Petersen, and Edgar B. Lickey. "Using Heterozygosity to Estimate a Percentage DNA Sequence Similarity for Environmental Species' Delimitation Across Basidiomycete Fungi." New Phytologist 182, no. 4 (2009): 795-798.
Coffey, Thomas Bryan. Using GIS to Analyze the Precipitation Regime of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN/NC In Plant and Soil Sciences. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 1995.
C. Dodd, Kenneth, and Robert M. Dorazio. "Using Counts to Simultaneouslly Estimate Abundance and Detection Probabilities in a Salamander Community." Herpetologica 60, no. 4 (2004): 468-478.
Bricker, Patricia Lynn, Susan Sachs, and Russell Binkley. "Using Citizen Scientists to Measure the Effects of Ozone Damage on Native Wildflowers." Science Scope 33, no. 8 (2010): 12-19.
Rideout, Douglas B., Robin Reich, and Pamela S. Ziesler. "Using Benefit Transfer to Estimate Average Relative Marginal Values for Wildland Fire Program Planning." Journal of Sustainable Forestry 33, no. 4 (2014): 387-406.
Jungers, Matthew C.. Using 10-BE to Determine Sediment Production and Transport Rates on Steep Hillslopes in Varied Tectonic and Climatic Settings In Geology. Vol. Master of Science. Burlington, VM: University of Vermont, 2008.
The Nature Conservancy. USGS-NPS Vegetation Mapping Program: Vegetation Classification of Great Smoky Mountains National Park (Cades Cove and Mount Le Conte Quadrangles) In National Vegetation Classification - Southeastern United States. Chapel Hill, NC: The Nature Conservancy, 1999.
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Burde, John H., and Kevin A. Curran. "User Perception of Backcountry Management Policies at Great Smoky Mountains National Park." In Wilderness and Natural Areas in the Eastern United States: A Management Challenge, edited by David L. Kulhavy and Richard N. Conner, 223-228. Nacogdoches, TX: Stephen F. Austin State University, 1986.
Farmer, Elizabeth M., Dalene K. Stangl, Barbara J. Burns, Elizabeth Jane Costello, and Adrian Angold. "Use, Persistence, and Intensity: Patterns of Care for Children's Mental Health Across One Year." Community Mental Health Journal 35, no. 1 (1999): 31-46.
Larson, Gary L., and William E. Hammitt. Use Patterns of Tubers, Waders, and Swimmers in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Social Research in National Parks and Wildland Parks. Gatlinburg, TN: U. S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Southeast Region, 1980.
Hammitt, William E., and Michael E. Patterson. "Use Patterns and Solitude Preferences of Shelter Campers in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, U.S.A." Journal of Environmental Management 38, no. 1 (1993): 43-53.
Cohen, Dana, Beth Buchanan, Bob Dellinger, Leon Konz, and Mark Taylor. "Use of Wildland Fire in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." In Fire in Eastern Oak Forests: Delivering Science to Land Managers, Proceedings of a Conference; 2005 November 15-17; Columbus, Ohio, edited by Matthew B. Dickinson, 273. Newton Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station, 2006.
McCormick, Frank. Use of the Southern Appalachian MAB Model in Establishing Biosphere Reserves in China In First Annual Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere Conference. Gatlinburg, TN: Tennessee Valley Authority, 1990.
Kiningham, Michael J., Michael R. Pelton, and Dwight C. Flynn. "Use of the Pellet Count Technique for Determining Densities of Deer In the Southern Appalachians." Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 34 (1980): 508-514.
Pelton, Michael R., and William H. Stiver. "Use of Pen-reared Black Bears for Augmentation or Reintroduction." Bears: Their Biology and Management 9 (1997): 145-150.
Messerman, Arianne. The Use of Nest Boxes by the Hellbender Salamander in Western North Carolina In Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences. Vol. M.S. Duke University, 2014.
Beeman, Larry Eugene, Michael R. Pelton, and Larry C. Marcum. "Use of M99 Etorphine for Immobilzing Black Bears." The Journal of Wildlife Management 38, no. 3 (1974): 586-569.
Pelton, Michael R.. Use of Foot Trail Travellers in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to Estimate Black Bears (Ursus americanus) Activity In International Conference Bear Research and Management. Vol. 2., 1972.