|A feasibility assessment of native ferns for phytoremed[i]ation of arsenic
||Arsenic contamination is a world-wide concern. In the past, soil contaminated with arsenic was removed using heavy equipment resulting in the destruction of the environment. However, in recent years a new method, phytoremediation, removes arsenic and...
|Habitat analysis of a disjunct population of the Carolina northern flying squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus coloratus)
||The northern flying squirrel Glaucomys sabrinus occurs in a variety of forest
types over most of North America, with disjunct populations in the southern
Appalachians, Black Hills, southern Rocky Mountains, and Sierra Nevada (Wells-
Gosling and He...
|Holocene environmental history of Panthertown Valley in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina
||Panthertown is a high-elevation valley in the Nantahala National Forest, and is one of few sites in western North Carolina with natural wetlands. Radiocarbon dating of multiple cores at a Panthertown valley wetland shows continuous deposition through...
|The germination of Helonias bullata L. (Swamp pink) in response to flooded, saturated, and dry conditions
||Poor sexual recruitment is a major conservation concern for the federally threatened, obligate wetland species Helonias bullata L. (swamp pink). Helonias predominately occurs in forested wetlands amongst hummock-hollow topography where water levels f...
|Variation in germination and growth among populations of an invasive plant, Alliaria petiolata (M. Bieb) Cavara and Grande
||There are many different reasons why a non-native plant species might become
invasive in a novel habitat. Some studies have focused on trying to determine the
genetic structure of an invasive species. Other studies have investigated whether they