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Kirker, G.T., S.V. Diehl, M.L. Prewitt, W.J. Diehl. 2008. Microbial community analysis using terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism (T-RFLP) analysis: Field study results. International Research Group on Wood Protection, Doc# IRG/WP 08-20377.
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Kross, J., R.M. Kaminski, K.J. Reinecke, E.J. Penny, A.T. Pearse. 2008. Moist-soil seed abundance in managed wetlands in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(3):707-714. Download
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Kross, J.P., R.M. Kaminski, K.J. Reinecke, A.T. Pearse. 2008. Conserving waste rice for wintering waterfowl in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(6):1383-1387. Download
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Laband, D.N., A. Hussain, A. Gonzalez-Caban. 2008. The impact of Forest Service litigatin success on administrative appeals of proposed fuels reduction actions. Forest Policy and Economics 10(7-8):444-449. Download
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Lang, T.J., J. Neal, C.P. Hutt. 2008. Influence of fishing derbies on angling activity at derby locations. Pages 367-378 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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Lang, T.J., J. Neal, C.P. Hutt. 2008. Stocking frequency and fishing quality in an urban fishing program in Arkansas. Pages 379-390 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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Lee, S., T.F. Shupe, C.Y. Hse. 2008. Thermosets as compatibilizers at the isotactic polypropylene film and thermomechanical pulp fiber interphase. Composite Interfaces 15(2/3):221-230.
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Liao, X., Y. Zhang. 2008. An econometric analysis of softwood production in the U.S. South: a comparison of industrial and nonindustrial forest ownership. Forest Products Journal 58(11):69-74.
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Lindsay, A.R., J.L. Belant. 2008. A new PCR-based technique for identifying the sex of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus). Conservation Genetics 9(2):443-447. Download
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Linton, J., H.M. Barnes, R.D. Seale. 2008. Effect of species-type on properties of steam pressed scrim lumber (SPSL). Eight pages in Proceedings, 51st International Convention of Society of Wood Science and Technology. November 10-12, 2008. Concepcion, CHILE.
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Lockhart, B., A.W. Ezell, J.D. Hodges. 2008. Opportunities and limitations in teaching forest resource continuing education: Experiences with southern bottomland hardwood workshops and short courses. Pages 34-36 in National Conference on Teaching and Educational Opportunities.
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Lockhart, B., A.W. Ezell, J.D. Hodges. 2008. The utility of the field classroom for natural resource educational programs: experiences from southern bottomland hardwood shortcourses. Pages 83-85 in National Conference on Teaching and Educational Opportunities. Corvallis, OR.
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Lockhart, B.R., E.S. Gardiner, J.D. Hodges, A.W. Ezell. 2008. Carbon allocation and morphology of cherrybark oak seedlings and sprouts under three light regimes. Annals of Forest Science 65(8):801. 8 pp. Download
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Londo, A.J., J.D. Kushla, P. Smallidge. 2008. Use of county tax rolls for the creation of mailing lists for Extension Programming. Journal of Extension 46(6). Download
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Londo, A.J., J.D. Kushla. 2008. Forest management alternatives for private landowners. Mississippi State University Extension Service Publication 1337. Download
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