|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
|Impacts of an invasive grass Microstegium vimineum (Trin.) A. Camus on growth and survival of the native herb, Impatiens capensis Meerb.
||Microstegium vimineum (Trin.) A. Camus is an invasive annual grass in the eastern United States. It can form dense monocultures along roads and forest understories, displacing native species due to its superior ability to compete for light and soil r...