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Foley, Debra L., David B. Goldston, Elizabeth Jane Costello, and Adrian Angold. "Proximal Psychiatric Risk Factors for Suicidality in Youth - The Great Smoky Mountains Study." Archives of General Psychiatry 63, no. 9 (2006): 1017-1024.
Folsom, Marion. News from Little Pigeon. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1923.
Fondren, Kristi McLeod. Walking on the wild side : long-distance hiking on the Appalachian Trail. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 2016.
Fonseca, Gilberto, and Paula Mellom. Final Report: Coleoptera Collection - Great Smoky Mountain National Park In Invertebrate Collection in Special Areas : March-May 1995. Field Research Laboratory, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1995.
Fontana Conservation Roundup. Planning the Use of Land -- For What, By Whom, and How: The 16th Annual Fontana Conservation Round-up In 16th Fontana Conservation Roundup, June 11-14, 1975. Fontana Village, North Carolina, 1975.
Challenges to Professional Resources Management In The 17th Annual Fontana Conservation Roundup. Fontana Dam, NC: The Roundup , 1976.
Fontana Conservation Roundup. Natural Resource Uses -- A Changing Lifestyle? In 19th Annual Fontana Conservation Roundup, May 24-27, 1978. Fontana Village, North Carolina, 1978.
Fontana Conservation Roundup. Challenges to Professional Resources Management: The 17th Annual Fontana Conservation Roundup In 17th Fontana Conservation Roundup, June 9-12, 1976. Vol. 17. Fontana Village, North Carolina, 1976.
Natural Resource Uses: A Changing Lifestyle: The 19th Annual Fontana Conservation Roundup, Fontana Village, N.C., May 24-27, 1978 In The 19th Annual Fontana Conservation Roundup. Fontana Dam, NC: The Roundup , 1978.
Fontana North Shore Historical Association. Fontana North Shore Historical Association, 1999.
Fontanez, Will, and Tracy Pollock. Hiking the Appalachian Trail thru Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Great Smoky Mountains Association, 2007.
Ford, Barbara. Black Bear, the Spirit of the Wilderness. Houghton Mifflin, 1981.
Ford, Chelcy R., and James M. Vose. "Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carr, Mortality Will Impact Hydrolic Processes in Southern Appalachian Forest Ecosystems." Ecological Applications 17, no. 4 (2007): 1156-1167.
Ford, Thomas B.. An Analysis of Anglo-American--Cherokee Culture Contact During the Federal Period, the Hiwassee Tract, Eastern Tennessee. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 1982.
W. Ford, Mark, Christine A. Kelly, Jane L. Rodrigue, Richard H. Odom, Douglas Newcomb, Michelle L. Gilley, and Corinne A. Diggins. "Late Winter and Early Spring Home Range and Habitat Use of the Endangered Carolina Northern Flying Squirrel in Western North Carolina." Endangered Species Research 23, no. 1 (2014): 73-82.
Fordney, Chris. "Bad Air Days." National Parks 75, no. 5-6 (2001): 32-35.
Fordney, Chris. "Counting on Life." National Parks 74, no. 7-8 (2000): 22-25.
Forest, Herman Silva. Jessie's Children. New York: Vantage Press, 1959.
Foresta, Ronald A.. America's National Parks and Their Keepers. Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future, 1984.
Forkner, Ben, and Patrick Samway. Stories of the Old South., 1989.
Forsythe, Matthew L.. The Road to Nowhere: Sketches in Search of a Novel In English. Vol. Doctor of Philosophy. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia, 2011.
Fortes, Gloria G., Aurora Grandal-d'Anglade, Ben Kolbe, Daniel Fernandes, Ioana N. Meleg, Ana García-Vázquez, Ana C. Pinto-Llona, Silviu Constantin, Trino J. de Torres, Jose E. Oritz et al. "Ancient DNA reveals differences in behaviour and sociality between brown bears and extinct cave bears." Molecular Ecology 25, no. 19 (2016): 4907-4918.
Fortunato, Donald J.. 2000 Miles on the Appalachian Trail. Revised Edition. Appalachian Trail Conference, 1991.
Fosberg, F. R.. "Southern Distribution of Botrychium oneidense and B. multifidum." American Fern Journal 51, no. 4 (1961): 175-180.
Foscue, Edwin J.. "Gatlinburg: A Mountain Community." Economic Geography 21, no. 3 (1945): 192-205.