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Moster, W.K., Z. Fan. 2009. Relationships between driving factors and invasibility of multiflora rose (Rosa multiflora Thunb.), a non-native invasive plant in Missouri. In: Proceedings, Society of American Foresters National Convention 2009. Orlando, FL. CD-ROM. 11 pp.
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Neal, J., C.G. Lilyestrom, D. Lopez-Clayton. 2009. Tropical reservoir fisheries in Puerto Rico: adaptive management through research. Pages 681-697 in M.S. Allen, S. Sammons, and M. J. Maceina, editors. Balancing Fisheries Management and Water Uses for Impounded River Systems. American Fisheries Society Symposium 62, Bethesda, Maryland.
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Neal, J., C.G. Lilyestrom, T.J. Kwak. 2009. Factors influencing tropical island freshwater fishes: species, status, and management implications in Puerto Rico. Fisheries 35(11):546-554. Download
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Neal, J., M. Eggleton, A. Goodwin. 2009. The effects of largemouth bass virus on a quality largemouth bass population in Arkansas. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 45(3):766-771. Download
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Nepal, P., R.K. Grala, D.L. Grebner. 2009. Financial feasibility of sequestering carbon for loblolly pine stands in interior flatwoods region in Mississippi. Pages 52-62 in J. Siry, B. Izlar, P. Bettinger, T. Harris, T. Tye, S. Baldwin, K. Merry, editors. Proceedings of the 2008 Southern Forest Economics Workers Meeting. Savannah, GA. Download
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Nepal, P., R.K. Grala, D.L. Grebner. 2009. Financial trade-offs associated with sequestrating carbon dioxide in standing timber and wood products harvested from loblolly pine plantation. Journal of Forestry 107(2):103.
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Nicholas, D.D., J. Shi, T.P. Schultz. 2009. Evaluation of variables that influence dynamic MOE in wood decay studies. International Research Group on Wood Protection, IRG/WP 09-20409. 8 pp. Download
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O’Keefe, D.M., D.C. Jackson. 2009. Population characteristcis of paddlefish in two Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway habitats. American Fisheries Society Symposium 66:83-101.
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Pearse, A.T., K.J. Reinecke, S.J. Dinsmore, R.M. Kaminski. 2009. Using simulation to improve wildlife surveys: Wintering mallards in Mississippi, USA. Wildlife Research 36(4):279-288. Download
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Perez-Verdin, G., D.L. Grebner, C. Sun, I.A. Munn, E.B. Schultz, T.G. Matney. 2009. Woody biomass availability for bioethanol conversion in Mississippi. Biomass and Bioenergy 33(3):492-503. Download
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Rhyne, J.D., I.A. Munn, A. Hussain. 2009. Hedonic analysis of auctioned hunting leases: A case study of Mississippi sixteenth section lands. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 14(4):227-239. Download
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Riffell, S.K., K.J. Gutzwiller. 2009. Effects of species’ traits and population characteristics on interannual consistency of animal-landscape relations. Oikos 118:45-54. Download
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Riffell, S.K., L.W. Burger Jr., T.B. Watkins. 2009. Evaluating pre-emergence herbicides for establishing native grasses and forbs. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University, Research Advances 12(2):4 pp. Download
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Riggins, J.J., A.J. Londo. 2009. Wolves in sheep’s clothing: Outbreaks of previously obscure native forest insects. Forest Wisdom 13:6-7, 14. Download
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Rousseau, R.J. 2009. Regenerating hardwoods in Mississippi. Pages 42-50 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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