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Duquette, J.F., J.L. Belant, N.J. Svoboda, D.E. Beyer, Jr., C.A. Albright. 2014. Comparison of occupancy modeling and radiotelemetry to estimate ungulate population dynamics. Population Ecology 56:481-492. Download
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Duquette, J.F., J.L. Belant, N.J. Svoboda, D.E. Beyer, Jr., P.E. Lederle. 2014. Effects of maternal nutrition, resource use and multi-predator risk on neonatal white-tailed deer survival. Plos One 9:e100841. Download
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Evans, K.O., L.W. Burger Jr., S. Riffell, M.D. Smith. 2014. Assessing multiregion avian benefits from strategically targeted buffers. Conservation Biology 28(4):892-901. Download
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Evans, K.O., L.W. Burger, S.K. Riffell, M.D. Smith, D.J. Twedt, R.R. Wilson, S. Vorisek, C. Rideout. 2014. Avian response to conservation buffers in agricultural landscapes during winter. Wildlife Society Bulletin 38(2):257-264. Download
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Ezell, A.W., S.D. Roberts. 2014. Chapter 1: Silviculture. Pages 3-18 in J.E. Henderson and R.C. Parker, editors, Study guide for the Mississippi Board of Registration for Foresters examination. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Research Bulletin FO448, Mississippi State University. 100 pp.
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Fleming, J.P., E.D. Dibble, J.P. Madsen, R.M. Wersal. 2014. Investigation of Darwin's naturalization hypothesis in invaded macrophyte communities. Biological Invasions. Download
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Fleming, J.P., E.D. Dibble. 2014. Ecological mechanisms of invasion success in aquatic macrophytes. Hydrobiologia. Download
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Foth, J., R.M. Kaminski, J.B. Davis, J. Straub, T.D. Leininger. 2014. Aquatic invertebrate abundance and biomass in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Missouri bottomland hardwood forests during winter. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management5(2):243-251. Download
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Gallardo, J. C., F. J. Vilella. 2014. The Puerto Rican Sharp-shinned Hawk (Accipiter striatus vennator): an endangered insular species on the edge. Spizaetus: Neotropical Raptor Network Newsletter 17:2-13. Download
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Gantchoff, M.G., J.L. Belant, D.A. Masson. 2014. Land use affects mammal community structure in a multiple-use protected area, east-central Argentina. Latin American Journal of Conservation 4:18-24.
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Goetz, D., R. Kroger, L. E. Miranda. 2014. Effects of smallmouth buffalo, Ictiobus bubalus biomass on water transparency, nutrients, and productivity in shallow experimental ponds. Bulletin of Environmental Contaminantion and Toxicology 92:503-508. Download
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Grado, S.C., M.K. Measells. 2014. Economic considerations and guidelines for private landowners. Chapter 17 in A.T. Rohnke, J.J. Cummins, editors, Fish and Wildlife Management: A Handbook for Mississippi Landowners. University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, Mississippi, USA. 410 pp.
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Guda, V., P.H. Steele, K. Penmetsa, Q. Li. 2014. Fast Pyrolysis of Biomass: Recent Advances in Fast Pyrolysis Technology. Pages 177-211 in A. Pandey, T. Bhaskar, M. Stocker, & R. Sukumaran (Eds.), Chapter 7, Recent Advances in Thermo-chemical Conversion of Biomass. Waltham, MA: Elsevier.
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Guillaumet, A., B.S. Dorr, G. Wang, T.J. Doyle. 2014. Population dynamics of the double-crested cormorants in the Great Lakes area: The cumulative effects of management. Ibis 156: 141-152. Download
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Hamrick, W.W., B.K. Strickland. 2014. Supplemental Wildlife Food Plantings. Pages 259-279 in A.T. Rohnke and J. Cummins, editors, Fish and Wildlife Management: A handbook for Mississippi Landowners. University Press of Mississippi. Jackson, MS, USA.
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