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Krapfl, K.J., J.A. Hatten, S.D. Roberts, B.S. Baldwin, R.J. Rousseau, M.W. Shankle. 2014. Soil properties, nitrogen status, and switchgrass productivity in a biochar-amended silty clay loam. Soil Science Society of America Journal 78(S1):S136-S145. Download
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Kroger, R., T. Scott, J.M. Czarnecki. 2014. Denitrification potential of low-grade weirs and agricultural drainage ditch sediments in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Ecological Engineering 73:168-175. Download
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Kushla, J.D., A.J. Londo. 2014. Mississippi Soils. Chapter 3 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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Kushla, J.D., D.L. Grebner. 2014. Forest Management. Pages 19-32 in J.E. Henderson, 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. 93 p.
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Laborde, L., R.M. Kaminski, J.B. Davis. 2014. Assessment of the 6th North American Duck Symposium (2013): "Ecology and Conservation of North American Waterfowl." Wildfowl: Special Issue No. 4:512-519. Download
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Lafferty, D.J.R., J.L. Belant, J.N. Womble, K.S. White, A.T. Morzillo. 2014. Linking wolf diet to changes in marine and terrestrial prey abundance. Arctic 67:143-148. Download
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Little, A.R., S. Demarais, K.L. Gee, S.L. Webb, S.K. Riffell, J.A. Gaskamp, J.L. Belant. 2014. Does human predation risk affect harvest susceptibility of white-tailed deer during hunting season? Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:797-805. Download
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Littlejohn, K.A., B. Poganski, R. Kroger, 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, B.R. Wheat, D.A. Miller, J.A. Martin, F.J. Vilella. 2014. Bird community response to establishing intercropped switchgrass in intensively-managed pine stands. Biomass and Bioenergy 67:201-211. Download
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Lopez-Flores, M., J.B. Davis, F.J. Vilella, R.M. Kaminski, J.A. Cruz-Burgos, J.D. Lancaster. 2014. Survival of female white-cheeked pintails during brood rearing in Puerto Rico. Caribbean Naturalist 10:1-12. Download
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Mack, J., J.A. Hatten, E. Sucre, S. Roberts, Z. Leggett,J. Dewey. 2014. The effect of organic matter manipulations on site productivity, soil nutrients, and soil carbon on a southern loblolly pine plantation. Forest Ecology and Management 326: 25-35. Download
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Mao, A, R. Shmulsky, Q. Li, H. Wan. 2014. Recycling polyurethane materials: A comparison of polyol from glycolysis with micronized polyurethane powder in particleboard applications. Bioresources.com 9(3):4253-4265. Download
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Martin, J.A., C. Marshall, J.L. Belant, S. Cagle, B.C. West. 2014. Conspecific scent improves capture rates for nine-banded armadillos. Wildlife Biology in Practice 10:149-154. Download
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McClintic, L.F., G.M. Wang, J.D. Taylor, J.C. Jones. 2014. Movement characteristics of American beavers (Castor canadensis). Behaviour 151: 1249-1265. Download
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McClintic, L.F., J.D. Taylor, J.C. Jones, R.D. Singleton, G.M. Wang. 2014. Effects of spatiotemporal resource heterogeneity on home range size of American beaver. Journal of Zoology (London) 293: 134-141. Download
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