Richard Helm donates a collection of Goldenrod specimens to the Cumberland Trail.
Between 1972-75 nearly 600 species of plant including some rare and endangered species were cataloged in the Chickamauga and Chattanooga Military Parks.
A list of a few unexpected ferns identified in Tennessee’s Appalachians.
“Gray’s Manual of Botany” lists flowering plants and ferns East of the 96th Meridian and North of the KY/TN state border. This article lists the ferns from this book that are also found near Sewanee.
A discussion of a 1987 survey of Cumberland area wetlands that documented 368 vascular plants including; some coastal plain- Cumberland plateau disjuncts, endangered species, and a few possible new records for the state.
Quantitative descriptions of stand characteristics and above- and belowground biomass for two Quercus dominated watersheds.
This article describes the different groupings of tree types from Virginia Pines to Hemlock in the various topographical zones along the Cumberland Plateau.
Taxonomic relationships between the two flowers are discussed along with the 12 compounds that were analyzed by chromatography.
University of Tennessee Professor Frank Hale explains the life cycle, impact, and spread of the Wooly Adelgid, an aphid like pest, to East Tennessee.
A colorful description of the physical structures found in flowers, and how they communicate with insects and birds. Nectar, Pollen, Ovule, Anthers, UV light.
A quantitative study of reproduction rates among various deciduous trees and the factors such as pH levels, slope direction and angle, overstory populations, that impact those rates.
An index of flowering herbs found in an area of Frozen Head State Park, classified as abundant, common, frequent, infrequent, rare.
A survey and comparison of plants found in the Obed Gorge to other TN natural areas. Gradient, microclimate, dendrogram.
Little-disturbed flora communities of the western margin of the Cumberland Plateau are discussed in relation to community limits and composition.
Listing of 160 taxa from eight specific locations; also discussed, historical and environmental factors in shaping habitats.