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Sukhbaatar, B., P.H. Steele, L.L. Ingram Jr., M.G. Kim. 2009. An exploratory study on the removal of acetic and formic acids from bio-oil. Bioresources 4(4):1319-1329. Download
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Sukhbaatar, B., P.H. Steele, M.G. Kim. 2009. Use of lignin separated from bio-oil in oriented strand board binder phenol-formaldehyde resins. BioResources 4(2):789-804. Download
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Sun, X., C. Sun, I.A. Munn, A. Hussain. 2009. Knowledge of three regeneration programs and application behavior among Mississippi nonindustrial private forest landowners: A two-step sample selection approach. Journal of Forest Economics 15(3):187-204. Download
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Terre, D.R., H.L. Schramm, J.M. Grizzle, L.T. Fries. 2009. Dealing with largemouth bass virus: Benefits of multi-sector collaboration. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 62(2008):115-119. Download
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Tiruveedhula, M.P., Z. Fan, R.R. Sadasivuni, S.S. Durbha, D.L. Evans. 2009. Biomass and health based forest cover delineation using spectral un-mixing. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Annual Conference. Baltimore, MD.
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Traugott, T.A. 2009. Marketing the forest crop. Pages 61-63 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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Tripathi, M.M., E.M. Hassan, F.Y. Yueh, J.P. Singh, P.H. Steele, L.L. Ingram Jr. 2009. Reflection-absorption based near infrared spectroscopy for predicting water content in bio-oil. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 136(1):20-25. Download
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Tyndall, J.C., R.K. Grala. 2009. Financial feasibility of using shelterbelts for swine odor mitigation. Agroforestry Systems 76(1):237-250. Download
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Vasishth, P., D.D. Nicholas, W.P. Henry, T.P. Schultz. 2009. Effect of polyvinyl alcohol on copper leaching from treated wood. Forest Products Journal 59(10):28-30.
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Wallace, M.J., A.J. Londo, editors. 2009. 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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Wan, Y., C. Sun, D.L. Grebner. 2009. Competition of imported wooden bedroom furniture in the United States. Pages 94-105 in C. Zinkhan, B. Stansell, editors, Proceedings of the 2009 Southern Forest Economics Workers, Chapel Hill, NC. March 8-10, 2009. Download
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Wang, G. 2009. Signal extraction from long-term ecological data using Bayesian and non-Bayesian state-space models. Ecological Informatics 4:69-75.Download
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Wang, G., J.O. Wolff, S.H. Vessey, N.A. Slade, J.W. Witham, J.F. Merritte, M.L. Hunter Jr., S.P. Elias. 2009. Comparative population dynamics of Peromyscus leucopus in North America: Influences of climate, food, and density dependence. Population Ecology 51(1):133-142. Download
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Wang, G., N.T. Hobbs, S. Twombly, R.B. Boone, A.W. Illius, I.J. Gordon, J.E. Gross. 2009. Density dependence in northern ungulates: interactions with predation and resources. Population Ecology 51(1):123-132. Download
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Webb, S.L., K. Gee, S. Demarais, B.K. Strickland, R.W. DeYoung. 2009. Efficacy of a 15-strand high-tensile electric fence to control white-tailed deer movements. Wildlife Biology in Practice 5(1):45-57. Download
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