Dispatches from the Field: Issue 3
Resource Roundup: Scan highlights of scientific projects and findings for April-May
Meet the Managers: Wildlife Management and Science
Focus On… The Wild(life) Side of the Smokies
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Did You Know?
The wispy, smoke-like fog that hangs over the Smoky Mountains comes from rain and evaporation from trees. On the high peaks of the Smokies, an average of 85 inches of rain falls each year, qualifying these upper elevation areas as temperate rain forests.