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Mohan, D., R. Sharma, V.K. Singh, P.H. Steele, C. Pittman. 2012. Fluoride removal from water using bio-char, a green waste, low-cost adsorbent: Equilibrium uptake and sorption dynamics modeling. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 51(2):900-914. Download
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Moore, M.T., R. Kröger, J.L. Farris, M.A. Locke,E.R. Bennett, D.L. Denton, C.M. Cooper, C.M. 2012. From vegetated ditches to rice fields: thinking outside the box for pesticide mitigation. Pages 29-37 in K.S. Goh, B.L. Bret, T.L. Potter, and J. Gan., editors, Pesticide Mitigation Strategies for Surface Water Quality. ACS Symposium Series 1075, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. Download
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Mun, S.P., J.P. Jang, M.G. Kim. 2012. Effect of pinus radiata bark polyphenols on phenol liquefaction of cellulose in the presence of p-toluene sulfonic acid catalyst. Forest Products Journal 62(3):234-239.
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Neal, D.M., R. Jolley, B.S. Baldwin, G. Ervin, M. Certain, J. Seymore, J. Campbell, J. Neal. 2012. Maximizing efficacy of seed storage methods to enhance rivercane (Arundinaria gigantea) seedling production. Seed Technology Journal 34(1):119-126.
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Neal, J., B.C. West. 2012. Chapter 15: Pond outreach, education, and consulting. Pages 373-390 in J.W. Neal and D.W. Willis, editors. Small Impoundment Management in North America, American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
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Neal, J., C.M. Adelsberger, S. Lochmann. 2012. A comparison of larval fish sampling methods for tropical streams. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 4(1):23-29. Download
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Neal, J., M. Prchalova. 2012. Spatiotemporal distributions of threadfin shad in tropical reservoirs. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32:929-940. Download
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Neal, J., R. Kröger. 2012. Chapter 19: Sport Fish Pond Fertilization.Pages 245-257 in Aquaculture pond fertilziation: impacts of nutrient input on production. Wiley-Blackwell, New York.
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Nelson, D., R.J. Rousseau, M. Yuceer. 2012. Report on the 31st Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference. Tree Genetics and Genomes. Download
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Nepal, P., R.K. Grala, D.L. Grebner. 2012. Financial feasibility of increasing carbon sequestration in harvested wood products in Mississippi. Forest Policy and Economics 14(1):99-106. Download
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Nepal. P., R.K. Grala, D.L. Grebner. 2012. Financial implications of enrolling Mississippi forest landowners in carbon offset programs. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 36(1):5-10.
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Nicholas, D.D., J. Shi, T.P. Schultz, L. Sites. 2012. Effect of an antioxidant on the efficiacy of organic wood preservatives in an accelerated soil contact decay test. Proceedings, International Research Group on Wood Protection, IRG/WP 12-30583. 7 pp. Download
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Ning, Z., C. Sun. 2012. Vertial price linkage between timber and forest products prices in the South. In S.R. Mehmood, editor, Proceedings of the 2011 Southern Forest Economics Workers (SOFEW) Annual Meeting, Little Rock, AR. 15 pp. Download
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Ortega-Achury, S., R. Kröger, J. Villa, W.H. McAnally, J. Diaz. 2012. Evaluation and validation of a decision support system for selection and placement of BMPs in the Mississippi Delta. Pages 97-107 in Proceedings, Mississippi Water Resources Association, Jackson, MS. Download
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Ouyang, Y., J. Higman, J.A. Hatten. 2012. Estimation of dynamic load of mercury in a river with BASINS-HSPF model. Journal of Soils and Sediments 12(2): 207-216. Download
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