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Volume 32
Number 1
Summer 2015
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Masthead 32(1)—Summer 2015


Integrating Research and Resource Management in the National Parks
Volume 32 • Number 1 • Summer 2015
ISSN 0735–9462

Published by
U.S. Department of the Interior
National Park Service
Natural Resource Stewardship and Science
Office of Education and Outreach
Lakewood, Colorado

Director, National Park Service
Jon Jarvis

Associate Director, Natural Resource Stewardship and Science
Raymond Sauvajot

Editor and Layout
Jeff Selleck

Lori D. Kranz (contractor)

Editorial board
John Dennis—Deputy Chief Scientist, Natural Resource Stewardship and Science
Charles Roman—NPS Research Coordinator, North Atlantic Coast Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit, University of Rhode Island

Editorial office
Jeff Selleck
National Park Service
P.O. Box 25287
Denver, CO 80225-0287

E-mail: jeff_selleck[at]
Phone: 303-969-2147Fax: 303-987-6704

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Bingham, A., and E. Porter. 2015. Ozone effects on two ecosystem services at Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA. Park Science 32(1):71–79.

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Park Science is a research and resource management journal of the U.S. National Park Service. It reports the implications of recent and ongoing natural and social science and related cultural research for park planning, management, and policy. Seasonal issues are published usually in spring and fall, with a thematic issue that explores a topic in depth published in summer or winter. The publication serves a broad audience of national park and protected area managers and scientists and provides for public outreach. It is funded by the Associate Director for Natural Resource Stewardship and Science.

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