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McConnell, M., L.W. Burger Jr. 2011. Precision conservation: A geospatial decision support tool for optimizing conservation and profitability in agricultural landscapes. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 66(6):347-354. Download
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McConnell, T.E., S.Q. Shi. 2011. Surface energy characterization of three partially hydrolyzed species determined by dynamic contact angle analysis. The Journal of Adhesion 87(4):353-365. Download
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McDonnell, A.W., T.J. Stubbs, R. Kröger. 2011 Recreational and commercial ponds in the southeastern United States: factors influencing nutrients and fish production. Pages 37-56 in P.L. Meyer, editor, Ponds: Formation, characteristics and uses. Nova Publishers, New York.
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Measells, M.K., S.C. Grado, D.A. Miller. 2011. Benefits to forest industry from hunting club cooperatives. Pages 81-90 in Proceedings of the 2010 Southern Forest Economics Workers Annual Meeting. Download
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Miranda, L.E. 2011. Depth as an organizer of fish assemblages in floodplain lakes. Aquatic Sciences 73:211-221. Download
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Miranda, L.E., K.J. Killgore. 2011. Catfish spatial distribution in the free-flowing Mississippi River. American Fisheries Society Symposium 77:521-534.
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Mohan, D., S. Rajput, V.K. Singh, P.H. Steele, C.U. Pittman Jr. 2011. Modeling and evaluation of chromium remediation from water using low cost bio-char, a green adsorbent. Journal of Hazardous Materials. Download
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Moore, M.T., R. Kröger. 2011. Evaluating plant species specific contributions to nutrient mitigation in drainage ditch mesocosms. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 217:445-454. Download
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Munn, I.A., A. Hussain, D.M. Hudson, B.C. West. 2011. Hunter preferences and willingness to pay for hunting leases. Forest Science 57(3):189-200.
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Peng, Y, S.Q. Shi, L.L. Ingram Jr. 2011. Chemical emissions from adhesive-bonded wood products at elevated temperatures. Wood Science and Technology 45:627-644. Download
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Pierce, S.C., R. Kröger. 2011. Low-grade weirs in agricultural ditches for sediment retention and nutrient reduction create in-stream wetlands. Wetland Science and Practice 28(1):33-39.
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Plomion, C., D. Vincent, F. Bedon, J. Joets, L. Bonhomme, D. Morabito, S. Duplessis, R. Nilsson, G. Wingsle, C. Larsson, Y. Jolivet, J. Renaut, O. Pechanova, M. Yuceer. 2011. Poplar Proteomics: Update and Future Challenges. Pages 128-165 in C.P. Joshi, S. DiFazio, and C. Kole, editors, Genetics, Genomics, and Breeding of Poplar. Science Publishers, New Hampshire USA. Chapter 6.
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Rahman, M.M., C. Sun, I.A. Munn. 2011. Financial performance of U.S. forest products firms on the event of their timberland divestiture and REIT-conversion. Pages 33-50 in Proceedings of the 2010 Southern Forest Economics Workers Annual Meeting. Download
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Rittenhouse, C.D., S.R. Shifley, W.D. Dijak, Z. Fan, F.R. Thompson, III, J.J. Millspaugh, J.A. Perez, C.M. Sandeno. 2011. Application of landscape and habitat suitability models to conservation: the Hoosier National Forest land-management plan. Pages 299–328 In C. Li, R. Lafortezza, and J. Chen, editors. Landscape ecology in forest management and conservation: Challenges and solutions for global change. Springer, USA.
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Saeed, K.L., H. Borazjani, D. Nicholas, L. Prewitt, S.V. Diehl, S.C. Kitchens. 2011. Remediation of pentachlorophenol (PCP) in biodiesel versus diesel carriers. International Research Group on Wood Protection 11-50279.
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