Monitoring Climate Change
Here in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, we have many questions about the impacts of a changing climate. In fact, we have more questions than answers, but asking the right questions is part of the process of understanding how to best protect the Smokies in a time of uncertainty.
Did You Know?
At 480 feet, Fontana Dam, located on the southwestern boundary of the park, is the tallest concrete dam east of the Rocky Mountains. The dam impounds the Little Tennessee River forming Fontana Lake and produces hydroelectric power. More...