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Henderson, J.E., S.C. Grado, I.A. Munn, W. D. Jones 2010. Economic impacts of wildlife- and fisheries-associated recreation on the Mississippi economy: An input-output analysis. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Research Bulletin FO398, Mississippi State University. 21 pp. Download
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Hua, J., G. Chen, S.Q. Shi. 2010. Effect of incorporating Chinese poplar in wood chips on fiber refining. Forest Products Journal 60(4): 362-365.
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Hunt, K.M., S.C. Grado. 2010. Use of social and economic information in fisheries assessments. W.A. Hubert and M.C. Quist, (Eds.). Chapter 14. In Inland Fisheries Management in North America, 3rd edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
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Hunt, M.O., T.A. Amburgey, D.L. Cassens, H.M. Barnes, R. Smith, T. Kohlmeier, K. Owen, R. Leavitt, D. Warner. 2010. Preservative-treated yellow poplar for above-ground use. Seven pages in Proceedings of the International Convention of Society of Wood Science and Technology and United Nations Economic Commission for Europe–Timber Committee. Download
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Huo, Y., X. Wan, J.O. Wolff, G. Wang, S. Thomas, R.L. Iglay, B.L. Leopold, W. Liu. 2010. Multiple paternities increase genetic diversity of offspring in Brandt’s voles. Behavioral Processes 84(3):745-749. Download
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Hussain, A., I.A. Munn, D.M. Hudson, B.C. West. 2010. Attribute-based analysis of hunters’ lease preferences. Journal of Environmental Management 91(12):2565-2571. Download
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Hussain, A., I.A. Munn, K. Jacobs, B.C. West, D. Hudson. 2010. Mississippi’s Lease Hunters. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Research Bulletin FO398, Mississippi State University. 15 pp. Download
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Hutt, C.P., J. Neal. 2010. Arkansas urban resident fishing site preferences, catch related attitudes, and satisfaction. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 15:90-105. Download
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Iglay, R.B., B.D. Leopold, D. Miller, L.W. Burger. 2010. Effect of plant community composition on plant response to fire and herbicide treatments. Forest Ecology and Management 260:543-548. Download
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Iglay, R.B., P. Jones, D. Miller, B.D. Leopold, L.W. Burger. 2010. Deer carrying capacity in mid-rotation pine plantations of Mississippi. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:1003-1012. Download
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Irby, N.E., T.L. Amburgey, S.C. Kitchens. 2010. Anti-sapstain biocides for fresh Southern hardwood logs when delays occur between felling and water-spray storage. Proceedings, American Wood Protection Association 105:302-305.
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Irby, N.E., T.L. Amburgey. 2010. Southern hardwood logging logistical constraints: how to retain quality raw materials. Proceedings, American Wood Protection Association 104:44-47.
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Jeffreys, J.P., E.B. Schultz, T.G. Matney, W.C. Booth, J.M. Morris. 2010. Effects of disking, bedding, and subsoiling on survival and growth of three oak species in Central Mississippi. Pages 151-155 in John A. Stanturf, editor, Proceedings of the 14th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-121. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 614 p. Download
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Jones, D. 2010. Basic guide to identification of hardwoods and softwoods using anatomical characteristics. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2606. 8 pp. Download
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Jones, D. 2010. Forest products. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2607. 2 pp. Download
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