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Leach, A., R.M. Kaminski, J. Straub, A.W. Ezell, T. Hawkins, T. Leininger. 2013. Interannual consistency of gross energy in red oak acorns. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 4:303-306. Download
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Li, Q., P.H. Steele, B.K. Mitchell, L.L. Ingram, Jr., F. Yu. 2013. The addition of water to extract maximum levoglucosan from the bio-oil produced via fast pyrolysis of pretreated loblolly pinewood. BioResources 8(2):1868-1880. Download
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Li, Q., P.H. Steele, F. Yu, B.K. Mitchell, E.M. Hassan. 2013. Pyrolytic spray increases levoglucosan production during fast pyrolysis. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 100:33-40. Download
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Liang, K., S.Q. Shi, D.D. Nicholas, L.S. Sites. 2013. Accelerated weathering test of kenaf fiber unsaturated polyester sheet molding compounds. Wood and Fiber Science 45(1)42-48. Download
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Little, N., T.P. Schultz, S.V. Diehl, D.D. Nicholas, A.J. Londo, F. Musser, J. Riggins. 2013. Field evaluations of subterranean termite preference for sap-stain inoculated wood. Journal of Insect Behavior. Download
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Littlejohn, K.A., B. Poganski, R. Kröger, J. Ramirez-Villa. 2014. Effectiveness of low-grade weirs for nutrient removal in an agricultural landscape in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Agricultural Water Management. 131:79-86. Download
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Loman, Z. G. , S. K. Riffell, D. A. Miller, J. A. Martin and F. J. Villela. 2013. Site preparation for switchgrass intercropping in loblolly pine plantations reduces retained trees and snags, but maintains downed woody debris. Forestry 86: 353-360. Download
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Loomis, J.H., H.L. Schramm Jr., B. Vondracek, P.D. Gerard,C.J. Chizinski. 2013. Effects of simulated angler capture and live-release tournaments on walleye survival. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142:868-875. Download
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Mao, A, E.B. Hassan, M.G. Kim. 2013. Low mole ratio UF and UMF resins entailing uron-tupe methylene-ether groups and their low formaldehyde emission potentials. BioResources 8(2):2470-2486. Download
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Mao, A., E.B. Hassan, M.G. Kim. 2013. Investigation of low mole ratio UF and UMF resins aimed at lowering the formaldehyde emission potential of wood composite boards. BioResources 8(2):2453-2469. Download
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Mao, A., E.B. Hassan, M.G. Kim. 2013. Low mole ratio urea-melamine-formaldehyde resins entailing increased methylene-ether group contents and their formaldehyde emission potentials of wood composite boards. Bioresources 8(3):4659-4675. Download
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Mao, A., E.B. Hassan, M.G. Kim. 2013. The effects of adding melamine at different resin synthesis points of low mole ratio urea-melamine-formaldehyde (UMF) resins. BioResources 8(4):5733-5746. Download
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Martin, J.A., J.L. Belant, T.L. DeVault. 2013. Bird harassment, repellent, and deterrent techniques for use on and near airports. Human-Wildlife Conflicts Monograph 2:1-48.
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Martin, J.A., T.J. Conkling, J.L. Belant, K.M. Biondi, B.F. Blackwell, T.L. DeVault, E. Fernàndez-Juricic, P.M. Schmidt, T.W. Seamans. 2013. Wildlife conservation and alternate land uses at airports. Pages 117-125 in DeVault, T.L., B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in airport environments. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
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McCarthy, J.L., J.L. Belant, A.J. Hearn, J. Ross, C. Breitenmoser-Wursten. 2013. Live trapping carnivores in tropical forests - tools and techniques to maximise efficacy. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 28:55-66.
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