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Gordon, J.S., J.D. Kushla, J.B. Auel, G. Bales, S. Dicke, J.E. Henderson, G. Hughes, A.J. Londo, R.J. Rousseau. 2012. Managing the Family Forest Landowner Short Course: A Case Study in Mississippi. In: Moore, S and Bardon, R. (eds). Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals 8th Biennial Conference, Natural Resources Programs and Partnerships at Work. May 18-23, 2012. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. Hendersonville, NC.
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Gordon, J.S., R.C. Stedman, A.E. Luloff. 2012. A multi-site comparison of community wildlife risk perceptions. Journal of Forestry 110(2):74-78. Download
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Grala, R.K., J.C. Tyndall, C.W. Mize. 2012. Willingness to pay for aesthetics associated with field windbreaks in Iowa, United States. Landscape and Urban Planning 108(2-4):71-78. Download
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Green, B.L., P. Jones, D.D. Nicholas, R. Schimleck, R. Shmulsky, J. Dahlen. 2012. Assesment ofl the early signs of decay of Populus deltoides wafers exposed to Trametes versicolor by near infrared spectroscopy. Holzforschung 66 515-520. Download
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Gruchy, S.R., D.L. Grebner, I.A. Munn, O. Joshi, A. Hussain. 2012. An assessment of nonindustrial private forest landowner willingness to harvest woody biomass in support of bioenergy production in Mississippi: a contingent rating approach. Forest Policy and Economics 15(2012):140-145. Download
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Guillaumet, A. B. Dorr, G. Wang. 2012. Towards optimized population control efficiency in space and time: A modelling framework adapted to a colonial waterbird. Ecological Modelling 235-236: 95-101. Download
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Hagadone, T.A., R.K. Grala. 2012. Business clusters in Mississippi's forest products industry. Forest Policy and Economics 20:16-24. Download
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Hagy, H., J.R. Foth, R.M. Kaminski. 2012. Invertebrate biomass in flooded corn and other wetlands managed for wintering waterfowl in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies 65:56-61.
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Hagy, H.M., R.M. Kaminski. 2012. Apparent seed use by ducks in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Journal of Wildlife Management 76:1053-1061. Download
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Hagy, H.M., R.M. Kaminski. 2012. Winter waterbird and food dynamics in autumn-managed moist-soil wetlands of the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36:512-523. Download
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Hanberry, B.S., P. Hanberry, S. Demarais, J.C. Jones. 2012. Importance of residual trees to birds in regenerating pine plantations. iForest 5:108-112. Download
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Hanberry, B.S., P. Hanberry, S.K. Riffell, S. Demarais, J.C. Jones. 2012. Avian assemblages of intensively established pine plantations in Coastal Plain Mississippi. Journal of Wildlife Management 76:1205-1214. Download
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Harris, N.J., J. Neal, T.D. Sink, P. Perschbacher. 2012. Determination of the spawning season of bigmouth sleepers in Puerto Rico by examination of gonad maturation andreproductive hormone cycles. Gulf and Caribbean Research 24:41-50. Download
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Hatten, J.A., D. Zabowski, A. Ogden, W. Thies, B. Choi. 2012. Role of season and interval of prescribed burning on ponderosa pine tree growth in relation to soil inorganic N and P and moisture. Forest Ecology and Management 269: 106-115. Download
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Hatten, J.A., M.A. Goni, R.A. Wheatcroft. 2012. Chemical characteristics of particulate organic matter from a small, mountainous river in the Oregon Coast Range, USA. Biogeochemistry 107:43-66. Download
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