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Ezell, A.W., J.L. Yeiser, L.R. Nelson. 2005. Herbaceous weed control in first-year loblolly pine plantations using Oust XP, Oust Extra, Oustar, Matrix, and Steadfast. Proc., Southern Weed Science Society 58:175-176. Download
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Ezell, A.W., J.L. Yeiser, L.R. Nelson. 2005. Third year pine growth response to woody release treatments including Oust XP. Proc., Southern Weed Science Society 58:193. Download
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Ezell, A.W., L.R. Nelson. 2005. New cost-effective treatment options for controlling kudzu on forest land. Proceeedings of the Texas Invasive Plant Conference.
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Ferrer, O. J., E. D. Dibble. 2005. Effect of aquatic plants and associated microhabitats on early life stages of fish. CIENCIA 13(4): 416-428.
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Ferrer, O., E. Dibble. 2005. Evaluation of the functional habitat in the lagoon system in Puerto Rico. Eleventh Congress of Latin American Science, Chile, South America
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Ferrer-Montano, O. J., E. D. Dibble, D. C. Jackson, K. R. Rundle. 2005. Angling assessment of the fisheries of Humacao Natural Reserve lagoon system, Puerto Rico. Fisheries Research 76:81-90. Download
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Flotemersch, J. E., D. C. Jackson. 2005. Use of terrestrially burrowing crayfish by channel catfish in a floodplain river ecosystem. Pages 225-234 in L. H. Fredrickson, S.L. King and R. M. Kaminski, editors. Ecology and management of Bottomland Hardwood Systems: The State of Our Understanding. University of Missouri-Columbia. Gaylord Memorial Laboratory Special Publication No. 10. Puxico.
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Fujisaki, I., P.D. Gerard, D.L. Evans. 2005. Classification of forest growth stage using LandSat data. Proc., Optics and Photonics: Remote Sensing and Modeling of Ecosystems for Sustainability II. San Diego, CA. 7/31/05. Download
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Godbois, I.A., L.M. Conner, B.D. Leopold, R.J. Warren. 2005. Bobcat scat exposure and degradation: Effects on prey composition analysis. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:149-153. Download
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Grado, S.C., D.L. Grebner. 2005. Assessing the status, needs, and knowledge levels of Mississippi’s governmental entities relative to urban forestry. P. 142. In: Book of Abstracts, 11th International Symposium on Society of Resource Management, Ístersund, Sweden, June 16-19, 2005.
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Grado, S.C., M.K. Measells. 2005. Forest industry constituency groups. 8 pages in Proceedings of the 33rd Annual North American Association for Environmental Education Conference, Casting a Wider Net for Environmental Education. Biloxi, MS. 11/6-10/04.
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Gray, M.J., R.M. Kaminski. 2005. Effect of continuous vs. periodic winter flooding on survival of oak seedlings in MS greentree reservoirs. In: Ecology and Management of Bottomland Hardwood Systems: The State of Our Understanding. University of MO.
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Grebner, D.L., L.A. Grace, W. Stuart, D.P. Gilliland. 2005. A practical framework for evaluating hauling costs. International Journal of Forest Engineering 16(2):115-128.
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Habig, R.B., S.C. Grado, L.A. Grace, L.M. Capella. 2005. Attitudes and perceptions of Mississippi loggers and environmentalists toward the forest industry. Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society 25(3):260-270. Download
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Hamrick, R.G., L.W. Burger, Jr., D. Godwin. 2005. First-Year Efficacy of Herbicide Treatments for Controlling Fescue and Bermudagrass on a Prairie Site in Mississippi. Pages 1 - 14 in T. G. Barnes and L. R. Kiesel eds. Proceedings of the 4th Eastern Native Grass Symposium. The University of Kentucky Department of Forestry, Lexington, KY, October 3-6, 2004.
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