Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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a national park in Tennessee and North Carolina that includes the highest mountain in the eastern United States

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Great Smokies Diagnostic Laboratory provides advanced, innovative assessments of gastrointestinal, endocrine, immune, nutritional, and metabolic function to healthcare providers worldwide.
The NPS believes the Great Smokies suspect fled into the area surrounding Gatlinburg, Tenn.
The NPS are posting a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the Great Smokies Suspect.
The three men essentially jump-started the idea of an inventory in Great Smokies by wondering how much further the consequences of such interconnections might go.
For scientists, the choice of Great Smokies is fairly clear-cut: The park is known for its huge diversity of species.
April 20, 1994 /PRNewswire/ -- Thanks to Eastman Chemical Company, a trail bridge in the Great Smokies, that is as old as the park itself, is being restored.
The Cherokee of the Great Smokies were divided, but not conquered.
CAM Expo features an exhibit hall comprising over 100 leading suppliers of natural healthcare products including: Biopharma Scientific, Doctor's Data, Douglas Labs, Emerson Ecologics, Great Smokies Diagnostic Laboratory, Integrative Therapeutics, Metagenics, Nordic Naturals, Spectrum Organic Products, Standard Process and many more.
In fact, one of my favorite native plants, dog hobble, was introduced to me by a park ranger in the Great Smokies National Park.
Similar sentiments are expressed daily by park officials and rangers from Acadia National Park in Maine and Independence Hall in Philadelphia to the Great Smokies park in the south and the popular western parks such as Glacier and Yosemite, and the Grand Canyon.
In some smaller fragments nearly 100 percent of the quail eggs placed in the artificial nests were destroyed, while only one of 50 Great Smokies nests was raided.
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