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Kaminski, R.M., J. Kross, J.D. Stafford, J.H. Havens. 2005. Saving rice for ducks and dollars for farmers. Wildlife Issues, fall/winter, 2005:22.
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King, S.L., J.P. Shepard, K. Ouchley, J.A. Neal, K. Ouchley. 2005. Bottomland hardwood forests: past, present, and future. Pages in 1-17 L.H. Fredrickson, S.L. King, R.M. Kaminski, editors. Ecology and management of bottomland hardwood systems: The state of our understanding. University of Missouri-Columbia Gaylord Memorial Library Special Publication No. 10. Puxico, MO.
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Kirkpatrick, J. W., H.M. Barnes. 2005. Biocide treatments for engineered composite panels. Proceedings of the American Wood-Preserversí Association 101:92. Download
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Kirkpatrick, J.W., H.M. Barnes. 2005. A preliminary investigation of the properties of engineered wood composite panels treated with copper naphthenate. International Research Group on Wood Preservation, Doc #IRG/WP 05-40294. 8 pp. Download
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Leightley, L.E. 2005. Utilizing biomass in the Southeast. Forest Landowner 64(5):16-17.
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Leightley, L.E., P.H. Steele. 2005. Energy and chemicals from wood biomass--an industry of the future for Mississippi. Tree Talk 27(4):15-16.
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Lockhart, B.R. A.W. Ezell, J.D. Hodges, W.K. Clatterbuck. 2005. Comparative development of planted cherrybark oak-sweetgum mixtures: Implications for future mixed stand plantings. Page 11 in Proceedings of the Ninth Workshop on Seedling Physiology and Growth Problems in Oak Plantings. USDA Forest Service GTR NC-262. Download
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Londo, A.J., B. Oswald, C. Dicus. 2005. Living on the Edge: Wildland Fire Management Laboratory Manual. Interactive Training Media, Inc. Tallahassee, FL. 100 pgs.
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Londo, A.J., G.D. Bales, L.A. Grace, T. Traugott, A. Bailey, T. DeLoach, B. Hatcher, S. Dicke, G. Hughes, J, Kushla, and R. Carter. 2005. The Impacts of Public Law 106-393 Title III Programming on the Forestry Extension Program at Mississippi State University. Journal of Extension. Download
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Londo, A.J., R.P. Maiers, and J.D. Kushla. 2005. A history of site preparation in the Southeastern United States. Tree Talk, Summer 2005. P. 31, 37.
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Long, J.N., S.D. Roberts. 2005. Silvicultural systems for non-traditional and multiple objectives: exploring alternatives. Pages 85-87 in J.A. Parrotta, H.-F. Maitre, D. Auclair, M.-H. Lafond (eds.). Meeting the Challenge: Silvicultural Research in a Changing World. IUFRO World Series Vol. 15. 185 p.
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Manley, S. W., R. M. Kaminski, K. J. Reinecke, P. D. Gerard. 2005. Agronomic implications of waterfowl management in Mississippi rice fields. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:981-992. Download
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McDonald, C. G., S. Demarais, T. A. Campbell, H. F. Janssen, V. G. Allen, A. M. Kelley. 2005. Physical and chemical characteristics of antlers and antler breakage in white-tailed deer. The Southwestern Naturalist 50(3):356-362. Download
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McIntrye, C. R., H.M. Barnes, M.H. Freeman. 2005. 40-year assays of penta-treated posts in DeQueen, AR. Appendix A, Report of Committee P4. Proceedings of the American Wood-Preserversí Association 101:181-186. Download
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Measells, M.K., S.C. Grado, C. Sun, K.L. Belli. 2005. Evaluating hunting and fishing licenses for the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks. Proceedings Southeastern Assocation of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 59:164-172. Download
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