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Alford, J.B., D.M. O’Keefe, D.C. Jackson. 2008. Developing a framework for fisheries restoration in the Pascagoula River basin following Hurricane Katrina. Pages 201-218 in K. Mclaughlin, editor, Mitigating Impacts of Natural Hazards on Fishery Ecosystems. American Fisheries Society Symposium 64:201-218.
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Altizer, C.B. 2008. An introduction to the Southern US wood supply system: A value chain approach. Pages 150-159 in Proceedings of the Southern Forest Economics Workshop 2007: Global Change and Forestry: Economic and Policy Implications. Download
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Amburgey, T.L. 2008. Insects that infest seasoned wood in structures. Pages 32-57 in T.Schultz, H. Militz, M.H. Freeman, B. Goodell, D.D. Nicholas, editors. Development of Commercial Wood Preservatives: Efficacy, Environmental and Health Issues. ACS Symposium Series 982, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC.
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Amburgey, T.L. 2008. Mold fungi - major impediments to cleaning/repairing flood and rain-damaged homes. International Research Group on Wood Protection, IRG/WP 08-40427. 6 pp.
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Amburgey, T.L. 2008. Mold fungi as a major impediment to cleaning/repairing flooded and rain-damaged homes. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University, Research Advances 11(2):4 pp. Download
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Barbour, P.J., S.W. Martin, L.W. Burger Jr. 2008. Economic impact of conservation field borders on farm operations. Mississippi Agricultural & Forestry Experiment Station Bulletin 1167. 10 pp. Download
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Barnes, H.M. 2008. Wood preservation trends in North America. Pages 583-598 in T.Schultz, H. Militz, M.H. Freeman, B. Goodell, D.D. Nicholas, editors. Development of Commercial Wood Preservatives: Efficacy, Environmental and Health Issues. ACS Symposium Series 982, American Chemical Society, Washington DC.
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Barnes, H.M., C.R. McIntyre, D.W. Bullock, M.H. Freeman, G.B. Lindsey. 2008. Penta analysis: Is XRF good enough? Proceedings, American Wood Protection Association 103:101-106. Download
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Barnes, H.M., G.B. Lindsey, J. Hill, M. Pompeo, R. Hodge. 2008. Bending properties of southern pine treated with micronized preservative systems. The International Research Group of Wood Protection, IRG/WP 08-40414. Download
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Barnes, H.M., G.B. Lindsey, J. Hill. 2008. Mechanical properties of southern pine treated with copper betaine. Proceedings, American Wood-Preservers’ Association 104:89-95. Download
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Barnes, H.M., J. Winandy, C. McIntrye. 2008. Laboratory and field exposures of FRT plywood: Part 1-physical test data. International Research Group on Wood Protection, Doc. No. IRG/WP 08-40426, 17 pp.
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Belant, J.L., P. Gober, D. Biggins. 2008. Mustela nigripes. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, Gland, Switzerland. Download
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Bhattacharya, P., P.H. Steele, L.L. Ingram Jr., C.U. Pittman Jr. 2008. Development of fuel and value-added chemicals from pyrolysis of wood/waste plastic mixture. American Chemical Society Division of Fuel Chemicals 53(1):340-342.
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Binbuga, N., C. Ruhs, J.K. Hasty, W.P. Henry, T.P. Schultz. 2008. Developing environmentally benign and effective organic wood preservatives by understanding the biocidal and non-biocidal properties of extractives in naturally durable heartwood. Holzforschung 62:264-269. Download
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Binbuga, N., T.P. Schultz, W.P. Henry. 2008. Intra- and intermolecular hydrogen bonding in 3-hydroxy- and 5-hydroxychromone. Tetrahedron Letters 49(2008):5762-5765. Download
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