KeywordsMountain ecology--Study and teaching (Elementary)--North Carolina
Forest ecology--Study and teaching (Elementary)--North Carolina
Environmental education--Activity programs--North Carolina
Mount Mitchell State Park (N.C.)
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AbstractTitle from title screen (viewed on Jan. 18, 2011).; &quot;April 2001&quot;--Running date.; &quot;Mount Mitchell State Park.&quot;; Includes bibliographical references (7.1).
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