GSMNP

AcronymDefinition
GSMNPGreat Smoky Mountains National Park (Tennessee)
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Analysis of rich materials of Collembola from GSMNP revealed a new species of Neanurini.
HOLOTYPE 1 female USA: Tennessee, GSMNP, trail W of Clingman's Dome (35.5628[degrees]N, 83.5042[degrees]W; 1981 masl), from moss and fir litter, 7--VI--2007, A.
Rich Montane Seeps provided habitat for numerous plant species (Appendix 1), including eight species of conservation concern, one of which is an endemic to the GSMNP (Rugel's ragwort; Weakely, 2012).
Ten species were recorded, including three species of conservation concern, one of which is an endemic to the GSMNP and the immediate vicinity (D.
of three trees at the four primary test sites in the GSMNP to sample the
additional sites in the GSMNP that had been found to be recently
Nineteen of our study plots were located in western Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP), in Cades Cove, TN, a broad valley managed as a cultural landscape (i.e., 19th Century agrarian settlement).
Following incorporation of GSMNP, white-tailed deer numbers in Cades Cove increased dramatically in the absence of large predators, harsh winters and hunting.
It was estimated that brook trout had lost 68% of the stream length they formerly occupied north of Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP) and 70-80% of their entire historic distribution in Tennessee (Bivens et al., 1985).
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP) is famous for its large remaining uncut forest, over 40,000 hectares, in the Tennessee-North Carolina region of eastern United States.
carolinus males in the former logging town of Elkmont, TN (Weals 1991) within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP).