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Hussain, A., I.A. Munn. 2008. Economic impacts associated with Mississippi outfitters and their clientele. Page 141 in Proceedings of the Southern Forest Economics Workshop 2007: Global Change and Forestry: Economic and Policy Implications. Download abstract
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Hutt, C.P., J. Neal, T.J. Lang. 2008. Stocking harvestable hybrid striped bass in an urban fishing program: angling success, angler satisfaction, and influence on bluegill size structure. Pages 403-412 in R.T. Eades, J.W. Neal, T.J. Lang, K.M. Hunt, P. Pajak, editors. Urban and community fisheries programs: development, management, and evaluation. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 67, Bethesda, Maryland.
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Ingram Jr., L.L., D. Mohan, M. Bricka, P.H. Steele, D. Strobel, D. Crocker, B. Mitchell, J. Mohammad, K. Cantrell, C.U. Pittman Jr. 2008. Pyrolysis of wood and bark in an auger reactor: Physical properties and chemical analysis of the produced bio-oils. Energy & Fuels 22:614-625. Download
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Irby, N.E. 2008. Recommendations for applying anti-sapstain biocides to fresh southern hardwood logs. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University, Research Advance 12(1). Download
2008

    

Islam, M.A., C.W. Chowdhury, J.L. Belant. 2008. First record of the large-toothed ferret badger Melogale personata in Bangladesh. Small Carnivore Conservation 39:41-42.
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Jackson, D.C. 2008. A prescription for treating woods rambling syndrome. Mississippi Wildlife 21:16-21.
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Jackson, D.C. 2008. Passages through bristle-face cathedral. Versatile Hunting Dog 39(4):14-17.
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Jackson, D.C., M. O’Connell, J. Delabbio, M.S. Peterson, J. Franks, H. Perry. 2008. After the storm: Post-Katrina reflection from AFS members in Louisiana and Mississippi. Fisheries 33(4):186-187. Download
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Jones, B.C., J.E. Inglis, G.A. Hurst. 2008. Wild turkey brood habitat use in relation to prescribed burning and red-cockaded woodpecker management. Pages 209-215 in Proceedings of the Ninth National Wildlife Turkey Symposium.
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Jones, P.D, L.R. Schimleck, R.F. Daniels, R.C. Purnell. 2008. Comparison of Pinus taeda L. whole-tree wood property calibrations using diffuse reflectance near infrared spectra obtained using variety of sampling options. Wood Science and Technology Springer 42(5):385-400. Download
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Jones, P.D., S. Demarais, B.K. Strickland, S.L. Edwards. 2008. Soil region effects on white-tailed deer forage protein content. Southeastern Naturalist 7(4):595-606. Download
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Jones, T.L., E.B. Schultz, T.G. Matney, D.L. Grebner, D.L. Evans, C.A. Collins. 2008. A forest product/bioenergy mill location and decision support system based on a county-level forest inventory and geo-spatial information. Pages 131-138 in Proceedings of the Southern Forest Economics Workshop 2007: Global Change and Forestry: Economic and Policy Implications. Download
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Jones, W., K.M. Jacobs, G. Yarrow, R. McPeake. 2008. Using workshops to educate landowners about developing natural resource enterprises to diversify income on the family farm. Journal of Extension 46(5). Download
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Kaminski, R.M., A.T. Pearse. 2008. Diverse wetland complexes for Delta ducks. Ducks Unlimited Magazine, Summer 2008.
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Kang, Y., M.L. Prewitt, S.V. Diehl. 2008. Characterization of protein patterns from decayed wood of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) by proteomic analysis. International Research Group on Wood Protection, Doc #IRG/WP 08-10654.
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