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Evans, K.O., L.W. Burger Jr., M.D. Smith, S. Riffell. 2009. Conservation Reserve Program CP33 - Habitat Buffers for Upland Bird: Bird monitoring and evaluation plan, 2007 Annual Report. 65 pp. Download
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Evans, K.O., L.W. Burger Jr., M.D. Smith, S. Riffell. 2009. Mississippi’s Conservation Reserve Program, CP33-Habitat Buffers for Upland Birds: Mississippi bird monitoring and evaluation plan, 2007 Annual Report. 24 pp. Download
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Evans, K.O., L.W. Burger Jr., M.D. Smith, S.K. Riffell. 2009. Conservation Reserve Program CP33—Habitat buffers for upland birds: Bird monitoring and evaluation plan. 2006–2008 Final Report. 68 pp. Download
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Evans, K.O., M.D. Smith, L.W. Burger Jr., R.J. Chambers, A.E. Houston, R. Carlisle. 2009. Release of pen-reared bobwhites: Potential consequences to the genetic integrity of resident wild populations. Pages 121-133 in S.B. Cederbaum, B.C. Faircloth, T.M. Terhune, J.J. Thompson, J.P. Carroll, editors. Gamebird 2006: Quail VI and Perdix XII. 31 May-4 June 2006. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, Athens, GA, USA. Download
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Feldhamer, G.A., S. Demarais. 2009. Free-ranging and confined sika deer in North America: Current status, biology, and management. Pages 615-642 in D. R. McCullough, S. Takatsuki, and K. Kaji, editors. Sika deer: Biology and management of native and introduced populations. Springer.
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Gaddis, D.A. 2009. Taxes and the family forest owner. Pages 89-93 in M.J. Wallace and A.J. Londo, editors, Managing the Family Forest in Mississippi. Department of Forestry, Mississippi State University; Mississippi State Extension Service; U.S. Forest Service; Mississippi Forestry Commission. Download
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Godsey, L.D., D.E. Mercer, R.K. Grala, S.C. Grado, J.R.R. Alavalapati. 2009. Agroforestry Economics and Policy. In H.E. "Gene" Garret, editor, North American agroforestry: An integrated science and practice. Second edition. American Society of Agronomy. Madison, Wisconsin.
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Grado, S.C., D.L. Grebner, R. Barlow, R.O. Drier. 2009. Valuing habitat regime models for the red-cockaded woodpecker in Mississippi. Journal of Forest Economics 15(4):277-295. Download
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Grala, R.K., J.P. Colletti, C.W. Mize. 2009. Willingness of Iowa agricultural landowners to allow fee hunting associated with in-field shelterbelts. Agroforestry Systems 76(1):207-218. Download
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Grebner, D.L., G. Perez-Verdin, C. Sun, I.A. Munn, E.B. Schultz, T.G. Matney. 2009. Woody biomass feedstock availability, production costs and implications for bioenergy conversion in Mississippi. Chapter 12 in Solomon and Luzadis, eds., Renewable Energy from Forest Resources in the United States. Routledge: London. 330 p.
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Grebner, D.L., G. Perez-Verdin, J.E. Henderson, A.J. Londo. 2009. Bioenergy from woody biomass, potential for economic development, and the need for extension. Journal of Extension 47(6). Download
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Härtner, H., F. Cui, H.M. Barnes. 2009. Impralit™ KDS and KDS-B. American Wood Protection Association 105:128-135. Download
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Härtner, H., S. Schmitt, F. Cui, H.M. Barnes. 2009. The chemical and biological properties of polymeric betaine. The International Research Group on Wood Protection, IRG/WP 09-30512. Download
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Hagy, H. 2009. Spring migration and reproduction. Delta Wildlife 17(1):12-13.
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Hales, A., J.L. Belant, J. Bird. 2009. Effects of sex and age on early-winter diet in the American Marten. Ohio Journal of Science 108:60-64.
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