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Grebner, D.L., R.L. Busby. 2004. How are short rotation woody crops affected by institutional factors in the southern United States? Pages 358-359 in K.F. Connor, editor. Proceedings of the 12th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. Gen. Tech. Rep SRS-71. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 594 p. Download
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Habig, R.B., S.C. Grado. 2004. A Differentiation of the Opinions of two Environmental Groups Toward The Forest Industry in Mississippi. Book of Abstracts. The 10th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Keystone, Colorado, p. 72.
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Henderson, J.E., I.A. Munn. 2004. The effect of relative product prices on the optimal management of loblolly pine. Pages 188-193 in Proceedings of the 2003 Annual Southern Forest Economics Workers. Download
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Henderson, J.E., S.C. Grado, I.A. Munn. 2004. Economic impact of commercial hunting outfitters and clientele. Pages 397-402 in Proceedings of the 2003 Annual Southern Forest Economics Workers. Download
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Henner, C.M., M.J. Chamberlain, B.D. Leopold, L.W. Burger, Jr. 2004. A multi-resolution assessment of raccoon den selection. Journal of Wildlife Management 68:179-187. Download
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Hughes, H.G., M.K. Measells, S.C. Grado. 2004. Research and extension effort targeting underserved forest landowners in the South-Central United States. Pages 47-55 in Proceedings of the 6th IUFRO Extension Working Party Symposium, Troutdale, OR. Download
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Hunter, S.L. 2004. Lean Manufacturing for the Upholstered Furniture Industry: An Overview. Upholstery Design & Management, UDM, June, 2004.
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Hunter, S.L. 2004. Ten steps to lean production. Steps nine and ten: Pokayoke, autonomation and computer integrated manufacturing. Part nine and ten. Furniture Design and Manufacturing (June 2004):20-23.
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Hunter, S.L. 2004. Ten steps to lean production: Lean production vendors. Part eight. Furniture Design and Manufacturing (May 2004):18-19.
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Hunter, S.L. 2004. The ten steps to lean production. Step five: Refining the lean production system. Part six. Furniture Design and Manufacturing (Mar. 2004):32-35.
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Hunter, S.L. 2004. The ten steps to lean production. Step four: Reliability through integrating preventive maintenance. Part five. Furniture Design and Manufacturing (Jan. 2004):2-5.
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Hunter, S.L. 2004. The ten steps to lean production. Steps six and seven: Inventory and production control via kanban. Part seven. Furniture Design and Manufacturing (April 2004):22-25.
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Hunter, S.L., S. Bullard, P.H. Steele. 2004. Lean production in the furniture industry: The double D assembly cell. Forest Products Journal 54(4):32-38.
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Hunter, S.L., S.H. Bullard, P.H. Steele, W.D. Motsenbocker, A. Schuler. 2004. Parallel pull flow: A lean production variant. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Bulletin FP 312, Mississippi State University, 12 pp. Download
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Hunter, S.L., S.H. Bullard, P.H. Steele, W.D. Motsenbocker. 2004. The double-d cell for assembling hardware in upholstered furniture production. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Bulletin FP300, Mississippi State University. 13 pp. Download
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