GRSM Most Recent Research Permits

as of 14 September, 2017

Study #, STUDY_TITLE, First Name, Last Name, Institution, PERMIT_ID, Expir. Date, Type

Fire Impacts and Effects

GRSM-01094, Wildfire Effects on Salamander Populations in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Bill Peterman et al., Ohio State University and others, GRSM-2017-SCI-1094, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01294, A Survey of Post-Fire Ascomycete and Basidiomycete Fungi in an Eastern Deciduous Forest, Karen Hughes, et al., University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-1094, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01296, Fire Effects on Soil and Aquatic Organic Matter in a Southern Appalachian Hardwood Forest: A Rapid Assessment Across the Terrestrial-Aquatic Interface Following the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Fire of 2016, Jeff Hatten, Oregon State University, GRSM-2017-SCI-1296, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01299, Effects of Fire on Pathogens and Mycorrhizae Associated with Forest Trees and Woody Vegetation in Fire Damages Areas of Great Smoky Mountains Using Illumina Sequencing and Field Plot Collecting of Fleshy Fungi, Richard Baird, Mississippi State University and others, GRSM-2017-SCI-1299, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02001, Fire Effects on Cambial Injury in Shrubs, Jennifer Franklin, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-2001, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02003, Effects of the 2016 Chimney Tops 2 Wildfire on Stream Salamander Abundance and Diversity, Benjamin Fitzpatrick, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-2003, 12/31/2019, research

GRSM-02016, Upland Yellow Pine and Heath Bald Community Response to Wildfire in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Tennessee USA, Emily Snider, University of North Carolina, GRSM-2017-SCI-2016, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02027, Evaluating the Effects of 2016 Wildfires on Soil Invertebrates in the Southern Appalachians, Mac Callaham, USDA Forest Service, GRSM-2017-SCI-2027, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02024, Are There Non-additive Effects of Fire and Urbanization on Soil Properties and Plant Community Assembly and Functional Traits? Jennifer Schweitzer et al., University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-2024, 12/31/2018, research

GRSM-02379, Post-fire Endophyte/Mycorrhizal Study in Table Mountain Pine Burn Areas, Karen Hughes, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-2379, 12/31/2017, research

Water, Fish, and Stream Life

GRSM-01136, Southeastern Monitoring Network (SEMN)--Cataloochee Creek Site, Steven Beaty, NC Dept of Env and Natural Resources, GRSM-2013-SCI-1136, 12/31/2017, monitoring

GRSM-01278, Assessment of Taxonomic and Functional Biodiversity of Aquatic Communities in Great Smoky Mountains National Park Streams, Aaron Aunins, USGS, GRSM-2017-SCI-1278,12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02002, Characterizing the Hydrologic Behavior of Ecologically Critical Karst Streams and Features within Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Benjamin Miller, USGS, GRSM-2017-SCI-2002,12/31/2018, research

GRSM-01171, Search for Undocumented Odonata, Larry Everett, TN Dept Environment and Conservation, GRSM-2017-SCI-1171,12/31/2019, inventory

GRSM-01175, Sampling Techniques for Aquatic Macroinvertebrates: Studies of Canes Creek, Sam's Creek, and Thunderhead Prong, David Unger, Maryville College, GRSM-2017-SCI-1175,12/31/2018, research

GRSM-01271, Human Influences of the River Continuum Concept: Impacts of Anthropogenic Watershed Development and Nutrient Sources, Shea Tuberty, Appalachian State University, GRSM-2017-SCI-1271,12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01288, City of Gatlinburg Waste Water Treatment Plant Macroinvertebrate Biological Assessment, West Prong Little Pigeon River, David Czayka, City of Gatlinburg, GRSM-2017-SCI-1288,12/31/2017, monitoring

GRSM-01298, Investigation of the Status of the Endangered Lee County Cave Isopod and Related Species in Virginia and Tennessee, Julian Lewis, Lewis & Associates, LLC, GRSM-2017-SCI-1298,12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02008, Forecasting Climate Change Vulnerability for Fish Diversity in Southern Appalachia, Matthew Troia, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-2008,12/31/2020, research

GRSM-02021, Survey for Freshwater Mussels in Selected Little Tennessee River, Tabcat Creek, and Abrams Creek, Gerald Dinkins, Dinkins Biological Consulting, LLC, GRSM-2017-SCI-2021,12/31/2017, inventory

GRSM-00844, Ecoregion Reference Stream Monitoring and Watershed Monitoring, Larry Everett, TN Dept Environment and Conservation, GRSM-2015-SCI-0844, 12/31/2017, monitoring

GRSM-02362, Assessment of Benthic Macroinvertebrate Response to Antimycin during Brook Trout Restoration in Little Cataloochee Creek, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Keith Gibbs, Tennessee Technical University, GRSM-2015-SCI-2362, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-00341, Turbellaria Flatworm Diversity in Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Environmental Factors of Distribution, Benny Glasgow, Discover Life in America, GRSM-2017-SCI-0341, 12/31/2017, inventory

GRSM-00023, Range Delineation and Population Status Surveys of Three Species Stoneflies (Hexapoda: Plecoptera) Petitioned for Listing Under the Endangered Species Act, Boris Kondratieff, Colorado State University, GRSM-2016-SCI-0023, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01257, Great Smoky Mountain National Park Monitoring Wells: Proposed Inclusion into the North Carolina Statewide Monitoring Well Network, Susan Laughinghouse, NC Water Resources Commission, GRSM-2015-SCI-1257, 12/31/2017, monitoring

GRSM-01208, NEON Aquatic Characterization and Operations (AOS), Amy Little, National Ecological Observatory Network, GRSM-2016-SCI-1208, 12/31/2018, research

GRSM-01136, Climate Change Sentinel Monitoring--Southeastern Monitoring Network (SEMN), Jon Mollish, TVA, GRSM-2013-SCI-0002,12/31/2017, monitoring

GRSM-01244, Tennessee's Ecologically At-Risk Streams - Appalachian Mountains (TEARS-AM), Ryan Otter, Middle Tennessee State University, GRSM-2016-SCI-1244, 7/31/2018, research

GRSM-00050, Monitoring of rare fish species in Abrams Creek, Pat Rakes, Conservation Fisheries, Inc., GRSM-2013-SCI-0050,12/31/2017, monitoring

GRSM-01070, Characterization of Ecological Conditions at USGS Hydrologic Benchmark Network Sites, Jeffrey Riley, USGS, GRSM-2017-SCI-1070,12/31/2019, monitoring

GRSM-01089, Developing Indicators for Comparative Watershed Mercury Burdens: Dragonfly Larvae Study, Sarah Nelson, University of Maine, GRSM-2017-SCI-1089,12/31/2017, monitoring

GRSM-02018, A Size-Based Test of Species-Energy Theory in Stream Ecosystems, Daniel McGarvey, Old Dominion University, GRSM-2017-SCI-2018,8/31/2017, monitoring

GRSM-01118, Stream Monitoring Information Exchange - Volunteer Benthic Macroinvertebrate Monitoring, Gracia O'Neill, Environmental Quality Institute, GRSM-2017-SCI-1118, 12/31/2020, monitoring

Soils and Land Ecology

GRSM-02024, Are There Non-additive Effects of Fire and Urbanization on Soil Properties and Plant Community Assembly and Functional Traits? Jennifer Schweitzer et al., University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-2024, 12/31/2018, research

GRSM-01296, Fire Effects on Soil and Aquatic Organic Matter in a Southern Appalachian Hardwood Forest: A Rapid Assessment Across the Terrestrial-Aquatic Interface Following the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Fire of 2016, Jeff Hatten, Oregon State University, GRSM-2017-SCI-1296, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02021, Development of a Karst Tourism Management Index to Assess Tourism-Driven Degradation of Protected Karst Sites, Keith Semler, Western Kentucky University, GRSM-2017-SCI-2021, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01166, Scale-dependent Feedbacks among Protected Areas and Surrounding Socio-ecological Systems, Clare Aslan, Northern Arizona University, GRSM-2017-SCI-1166, 12/31/2019, research

GRSM-01161, Soil Respiration Monitoring, Tiffany Beachy, Great Smoky Mountains Institute, GRSM-2017-SCI-1161, 12/31/2020, monitoring

GRSM-01248, The Biogeochemistry of the Sulfur Cycle in GRSM Watersheds, Adrian Gonzalez, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2016-SCI-1248, 12/31/2017, research

Plants
GRSM-02001, Fire Effects on Cambial Injury in Shrubs, Jennifer Franklin, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-2001, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01239, An Evaluation of Plant Communities and Habitat Quality Following Tall Fescue Eradication, Craig Harper, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2015-SCI-1238, 12/31/2019, research

GRSM-02016, Upland Yellow Pine and Heath Bald Community Response to Wildfire in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Tennessee USA, Emily Snider, University of North Carolina, GRSM-2017-SCI-2016, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01270, Is Canopy Structural Complexity a Global Predictor of Primary Production?: Transforming Understanding of Forest Structure-Function Linkages Using NEON Sites, Jeffrey Atkins, Virginia Commonwealth University, GRSM-2017-SCI-1270, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01280, Effects of Land-use Legacies and Environmental Drivers on Ground-layer Plant Community Turnover, Diversity and Function in Southern Appalachian Forests, Margaret Roberts, Syracuse University, GRSM-2017-SCI-1280, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01283, Forest Dynamics across the Hardwood – Conifer Ecotone in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Andrew Evans, Texas A&M University, GRSM-2017-SCI-1283, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01286, Fourteen Years of Change Following Eastern Hemlock Loss in Southern Appalachian Forests, Michael Jenkins, Purdue University, GRSM-2017-SCI-1286, 12/31/2018, research

GRSM-01297, Mathematical Modeling of the Devastation of Hemlock Trees in the Great Smoky Mountains, Jillian Stupiansky, University of Northern Alabama, GRSM-2017-SCI-1297, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01300, The Ecophysiological Diversity and Migratory History of Kalmia buxifolia, Sand Myrtle, and Implications of Climate Change, Ellen Quinlan, Western Carolina University, and Tesa Madsen-McQueen, Appalachian State University, GRSM-2017-SCI-1300, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02000, Plant Ecology on the Cove Hardwoods Trail, Thomas Givnish, University of Wisconsin, GRSM-2017-SCI-2000, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02013, Fungi and Nematodes Associated with Rhododendron Dieback and Decline in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, Stephen Fraedrich, USDA Forest Service, GRSM-2017-SCI-2013, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02019, Conduct an Inventory of Green Headed Coneflower (Allium tricoccum), Tom Remaley, National Park Service, GRSM-2017-SCI-2019, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02022, Measuring Acute and Long-term Shifts in Forest Structure and Composition Post-Beech Bark Disease in Ten Permanent Plots in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Lee Rumble, Middle Tennessee State University, GRSM-2017-SCI-2022, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02023, Unraveling the Evolutionary Relationships of Allotetraploid Species of Isoetes in the Eastern United States and Adjacent Canada, Peter Schafran, Old Dominion University, GRSM-2017-SCI-2023, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02025, Investigation of the Population Structure of Corallorhiza odontorhiza (Orchidaceae) and the Relationship to the Diversity of its Mycorrhizal Fungal Host, Patrick Smallwood, University of Georgia, GRSM-2017-SCI-2025, 12/31/2018, research

GRSM-02028, A Tale of Two Species: Genetic Comparisons Between Recently Diverged Pine Species, Constance Bolte, Virginia Commonwealth University, GRSM-2017-SCI-2028, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01261, Developing Conservation Strategies for Trillium Species, Brian Jorg, Cincinnati Zoo, GRSM-2017-SCI-1261, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01238, Evaluation of Germination Niche Breadth Along an Elevational Gradient, Michelle D'Aguillo, Duke University, GRSM-2017-SCI-1238, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-00867, Spatial structure of Trillium catesbaei populations in Cades Cove and Whiteoak Sink, Michael Jenkins, Purdue University, GRSM-2017-SCI-0867, 12/31/2019, research

GRSM-01202, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Terrestrial Observation System - Plant Diversity, Vegetation Structure, Phenology, Litterfall, and Leaf Area Index, Amy Little, National Ecological Observatory Network, GRSM-2015-SCI-1202, 12/31/2019, research

GRSM-01202, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Terrestrial Observation System - Coarse Downed Wood, Amy Little, National Ecological Observatory Network, GRSM-2015-SCI-0009 , 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02347, Seed Biology and Dispersal of Rare, State-Endangered Southeastern Trilliums: Combining Comparative in situ and ex situ Approaches, Chelsea Miller, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2016-SCI-2347,12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01267, Monitoring Vascular Plant Species of Concern and Human Usage in Whiteoak Sink, Janet Rock, National Park Service, GRSM-2016-SCI-1267, 12/31/2017, monitoring

GRSM-01245, Vegetation Remapping Plan for Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Andrew Strassman, USGS, GRSM-2016-SCI-1245, 12/31/2017, inventory

GRSM-00001, Inventory and Long-term Ecological Monitoring, Paul E. Super, National Park Service, GRSM-2015-SCI-0001, 12/31/2017, inventory

GRSM-01077, Phenology Monitoring in the Smokies, Paul E. Super, National Park Service, GRSM-2016-SCI-1077, 12/31/2018, research

GRSM-00461, US Forest Service Southern Research Station Forest Inventory & Analysis, Dale Trenda, USFS, GRSM-2015-SCI-0461, 12/31/2019, monitoring

GRSM-00414, Long-term vegetation dynamics in a Great Smoky Mountains NP plot, Erin Tripp, University of Colorado, pending, research

Mammals
GRSM-01233, Otter Spotter in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tiffany
Beachy, Great Smoky Mountains Institute, GRSM-2015-SCI-1233, 12/31/2017, monitoring

GRSM-01295, Abundance and Density of Black Bears in the Southern Appalachian Highlands of Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee, Jacob Humm, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-1295, 13/31/2018, research

GRSM-02026, Investigating Fall Swarming and Spring Staging by Indiana Bat and Tricolored Bat in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Emma Willcox, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-2026, 12/31/2019, research

GRSM-02009, Genetic Characterization of Feral Swine in Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Timothy Smyser, USDA Aphis, GRSM-2017-SCI-2009, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01250, Species Action Plan for the Endangered Indiana Bat (Myotis sodalis) within Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Riley Bernard, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2015-SCI-1250, 12/31/2017, management

GRSM-01253, The Effect of Winter Emergence and Foraging on the Susceptibility of Southeastern Bats to Pseudogymnoascus destructans: Implications for Conservation and Management, Riley Bernard, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2016-SCI-1253, 4/30/2018, research

GRSM-02007, North Carolina’s Candid Critters: A Statewide Camera Trap Survey, Roland Kays, North Carolina State University, GRSM-2017-SCI-2007, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01290, Range-wide Population Genetic Structure of Rafinesque's Big-eared Bat, Corynorhinus rafinesquii, and Southeastern Myotis, Myotis austroriparius, Jessica Vannatta, Tennessee Tech University, GRSM-2016-SCI-1290, 12/31/2018, research

GRSM-01180, Bat Chat: Using Echolocation to Determine WNS Effects, Alexis Valentine, Gatlinburg-Pitmann High School, GRSM-2016-SCI-1180, research

GRSM-01259, Survival and Movement Patterns of Rehabilitated and Released Black Bear Cubs, Coy Blair, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2016-SCI-1259, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01221, Determining Movements of Wild Hogs for Disease Modeling and Control Efforts in Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area and Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Joe Clark, USGS, GRSM-2015-SCI-1221, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01222, Are Nuisance Incidents of Black Bears in Great Smoky Mountains National Park Influenced by Availability of Anthropogenic Foods on Private Lands? Joe Clark, USGS, pending, research

GRSM-02005, Elk Camera Trapping in GRSM Near Fines Creek, Jeff Hunter, National Parks and Conservation Association, GRSM-2017-SCI-2005, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01292, Elk Parasite Serology Testing, Richard Gerhold, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2016-SCI-1292, 12/31/2018, research

GRSM-01204, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Terrestrial Observation System - Small Mammal and Rodent-borne Pathogen Sampling, Amy Little, National Ecological Observatory Network, GRSM-2016-SCI-1204, 12/31/2019, research

Land Insects, Spiders, etc.
GRSM-02027, Evaluating the Effects of 2016 Wildfires on Soil Invertebrates in the Southern Appalachians, Mac Callaham, USDA Forest Service, GRSM-2017-SCI-2027, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02004, Monitoring the Effect of Invasive Species on Dung Beetle Communities in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Margaret Marmantov, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-2004,12/31/2017, research

GRSM-00554, Monarch Butterfly Tagging: Monarch Watch, Tiffany Beachy, Great Smoky Mtns. Institute, GRSM-2016-SCI-0554,12/31/2018, research

GRSM-02011, Silver flies (Leucopis spp.) for biological control of hemlock woolly adelgid (Adelges tsugae) in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Albert Mayfield, USDA Forest Service, GRSM-2017-SCI-2011,12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01076, Below-ground Nematode Biodiversity in Ericaceous Heath Bald Communities, Tom Powers, University of Nebraska, GRSM-2017-SCI-1076,12/31/2018, research

GRSM-02380, Diplocardia deborahae, a New Earthworm Species (Annelida: Oligochaeta: Acanthodrilidae) from Eastern Tennessee, USA, George Damoff, Stephen F. Austin State University, GRSM-2017-SCI-2380,12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01236, Tennessee Butterfly Monitoring Network, Warren Bielenberg, National Park Service, pending, monitoring

GRSM-01265, Rapid Evolution of Thermal Plasticity under Urban Land-use Change, Lacy Chick, Case Western Reserve University, GRSM-2016-SCI-1265, 12/31/2018, research

GRSM-00092, The Evolutionary Genetics of Mushroom-feeding Drosophila, Kelly Dyer, University of Georgia, GRSM-2016-SCI-0092, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-00096, Fireflies of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Lynn Faust, Independent, GRSM-2016-SCI-0096, 12/31/2018, research

GRSM-01262, Survey of Tick Activity, and Tick-borne Pathogen Prevalence, in Great Smoky Mountains National Park (2016-2017), Graham Hickling, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2016-SCI-1262, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01260, Effects of Evolution and Ecosystem-Specific Variation on a Predator-Prey System in its Native and Introduced Ranges, Christy Leppanen, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2016-SCI-1260, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01200, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Terrestrial Observation System - Mosquitoes, Amy Little, National Ecological Observatory Network, GRSM-2015-SCI-1200, 12/31/2019, research

GRSM-01201, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Terrestrial Observation System - Tick Collection, Amy Little, National Ecological Observatory Network, GRSM-2015-SCI-1201, 12/31/2019, research

GRSM-01206, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Terrestrial Observation System - Ground Beetle Sampling, Amy Little, National Ecological Observatory Network, GRSM-2016-SCI-1206, 12/31/2018, research

GRSM-01139, Laricobius osakensis and Scymnus coniferarum Release For HWA Control, Jesse Webster, NPS, GRSM-2016-SCI-1139,12/31/2017, management

GRSM-00069, Discover Life in America Volunteer Project Teams for the ATBI, Todd Witcher, Discover Life in America, GRSM-2016-SCI-0069, 12/31/2017, inventory

GRSM-01155, Taxonomic Inventory of Tachinidae in Great Smoky Mountains National Park with Special Emphasis on the Subfamily Phasiinae, Jeremy Blaschke, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2016-SCI-1155, 12/31/2017, research

Fungi, Algae, Lichens, Bacteria
GRSM-02015,
Biodiversity Gradients in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, James Lendemer, New York Botanical Garden,GRSM-2017-SCI-2017, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01294, A Survey of Post-Fire Ascomycete and Basidiomycete Fungi in an Eastern Deciduous Forest, Karen Hughes, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-1294, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01299, Effects of Fire on Pathogens and Mycorrhizae Associated with Forest Trees and Woody Vegetation in Fire Damages Areas of Great Smoky Mountains Using Illumina Sequencing and Field Plot Collecting of Fleshy Fungi, Richard Baird, Mississippi State University and others, GRSM-2017-SCI-1299, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02379, Post-fire Endophyte/Mycorrhizal Study in Table Mountain Pine Burn Areas, Karen Hughes, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-2379, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02377, Diversity of Hedgehog Mushrooms (Hydnum) in the Eastern United States, Rachel Swenie, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-2377, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02014, Dictyostelium Survey, Scott Clark and Elizabeth Ostrowski, University of Houston, GRSM-2017-SCI-2014, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-00229, Studies of the fleshy fungi of GSMNP, emphasis on stipitate hydnums and other mycorrhizal fungi, Richard Baird, Mississippi State University,GRSM-2016-SCI-0229, 12/31/2018, inventory

GRSM-00228, ATBI Microfungi Study: Comparison of microfungi within healthy and declining American Beech and Frazier Fir stands in GSMNP and Blue Ridge Parkway, Richard Baird, Mississippi State University,GRSM-2016-SCI-0228, 12/31/2018, inventory

GRSM-00825, Further studies of the lichens and lichenciolous fungi of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, James Lendemer, New York Botanical Gardens, GRSM-2015-SCI-0825, 12/31/2019, inventory

GRSM-01205, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Terrestrial Observation System - Biogeochemistry, Microbes, Below-ground Plant Productivity, Amy Little, National Ecological Observatory Network, GRSM-2016-SCI-1205, 12/31/2018, research

GRSM-00376, A fungal inventory of the wood- and dung-inhabiting pyrenomycetes of the Great SmokyMountains National Park, Andrew Miller, University of Illinois, GRSM-2014-SCI-0376, 12/31/2017, inventory

GRSM-00009, Slime Molds and Pyrenomycetes of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Steve Stephenson, University of Arkansas, GRSM-2016-SCI-9009, 12/31/2017, inventory

Birds
GRSM-01203, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Terrestrial Observation System - Breeding Landbird Abundance and Diversity, Amy Little, National Ecological Observatory Network, GRSM-2015-SCI-1203,12/31/2019, monitorinresearch

GRSM-01101, Eastern Hemlock Decline and an Avian Riparian Specialist, the Louisiana Waterthrush: Effects and Responses, Thane Boves, Arkansas State University, GRSM-2015-SCI-1101, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02017, Avian Surveys in the High Elevation Spruce-Fir Forest of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Savannah Clark, University of North Carolina at Asheville, GRSM-2017-SCI-2017, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-00823, Conduct the Cades Cove and Newfound Gap Breeding Bird Surveys within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Blue Ridge Parkway, Paul Super, National Park Service, GRSM-2016-SCI-0823, 12/31/2018, monitoring

Amphibians
G
RSM-01094, Wildfire Effects on Salamander Populations in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Bill Peterman et al., Ohio State University and others, GRSM-2017-SCI-1094, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02003, Effects of the 2016 Chimney Tops 2 Wildfire on Stream Salamander Abundance and Diversity, Benjamin Fitzpatrick, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-2003, 12/31/2019, research

GRSM-00031, Long-term monitoring of vernal pond amphibians in the Cades Cove area, Tiffany Beachy, Great Smoky Mtns. Institute, GRSM-2017-SCI-0031, 12/31/2020, monitoring

GRSM-00452, Ranavirus surveillance in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Matt Gray, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2016-SCI-0452, 12/31/2017, monitoring

GRSM-01256, Identifying factors responsible for ranaviral disease outbreaks in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Matt Gray, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-1256, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01197, Using Environmental DNA and Citizen Science to Monitor Stream Salamanders in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Todd Pierson, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-1197, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01198, Species Boundaries and Hybridization of the Two-lined Salamanders (Eurycea bislineata complex), Todd Pierson, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2017-SCI-1198, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01263, Inhibition of Chytridiomycosis by Cutaneous Microbiota of Plethodontid Salamanders of the Great Smoky Mountains, Aubrey Hill, Tennessee Tech University, GRSM-2017-SCI-1263, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02010, Neutrophil:Lymphocyte Ratios as a Measure of Chronic Stress in Populations of the Hellbender (Crypotbranchus alleganiensis) across a Habitat Quality Gradient, Allison Litmer, Tennessee Tech University, GRSM-2017-SCI-2010, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-02020, Polyploid Speciation in the North American Gray Treefrog Complex, William Booker, Florida State University, GRSM-2017-SCI-2020, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01175, Amphibian Diversity Assessment of Cane Creek, David Unger, Maryville College, GRSM-2017-SCI-0005, 12/31/2018, monitoring

GRSM-01079, Salamander Monitoring Citizen Science Study, Paul E. Super, National Park Service, GRSM-2017-SCI-1079, 12/31/2020, monitoring

GRSM-00093, Long-term study of Plethodon hybrid zones, Joseph Pechmann, Western Carolina University, GRSM-2016-SCI-0093, 12/31/2020, research

GRSM-00310, Amphibian Inventory in the Southern Appalachian Mountain Region of Western North Carolina, Lori, Williams, NC Dept of Env and Natural Resources, pending, inventory

GRSM-01293, Improving Predictions by Accounting for Non-stationarity: Developing a Range-Wide Species Distribution Model for Eastern Hellbenders, Emily McCallen, Purdue University, GRSM-2016-SCI-1293, 12/31/2017, research

Air: Precipitation, Pollution, Climate
GRSM-00493,
Measuring, Modeling, and Understanding Orographic Precipitation Regimes and Hydrology in Mid-Latitude Mountain Regions, Ana Barros, Duke University, GRSM-2016-SCI-0493, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01284, Throughfall Chemistry Study in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Andrew Veeneman, University of Tennessee, GRSM-2016-SCI-1284, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-00497, Litterfall Mercury Monitoirng at Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Martin Risch, USGS, GRSM-2017-SCI-0497, 12/31/2017, research

GRSM-01211, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Tower Sensor Installation and Operation, Amy Little, National Ecological Observatory Network, GRSM-2016-SCI-1211, 12/31/2018, research

GRSM-02029, Identifying the Drivers of Success in Environmental Educational Programs at Nature Centers and National Parks in the United States, Robert Powell, Clemson University, GRSM-2017-SCI-2029, 12/31/2017, research

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