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Rousseau, R.J. 2008. Carbon credits: a non-traditional source of revenue for Mississippi forest landowners. Mississippi State University Extension Service Publication No. 2498. Download
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Rousseau, R.J. 2008. Carbon credits: a possible source of new income for Mississippi forest landowners. Tree Talk (Winter 2008):15-17.
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Schipper, J., W. Duckworth, J.L. Belant. 2008. Small carnivores, red listing, and Small Carnivore Conservation. Small Carnivore Conservation 38:1.
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Schramm Jr., H.L. 2008. Not-so-urban urban and community fishing opportunities. Pages 53-62 in K.M. Hunt, T. Lang, J.W. Neal, and P. Pajak, editors. Urban fishing symposium. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
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Schramm Jr., H.L., A.B. Spencer, R.B. Minnis, R.T. Theel. 2008. Aquatic habitat change in the Arkansas River after the development of a lock and dam commercial navigation system. River Research and Application 24:237-248. Download
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Schramm Jr., H.L., J.C. Harrison. 2008. Competitive fishing and its role in recreational fisheries management. Pages 237-248 in O. Aas, R. Arlinghaus, R.B. Ditton, D. Policansky, and H.L. Schramm Jr., editors. Global challenges in recreational fisheries. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford.
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Schultz, E.B., T.G. Matney, S.C. Grado, J.W. Jones, D.L. Grebner, P.A. Glass. 2008. A carbon estimation system: rural and urban forest case studies. In: Proceedings, Society of American Foresters National Convention, Reno, NV, November 4-9, 2008.
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas, C.R. McIntyre. 2008. Recent patents and developments in biocidal wood protection systems for exterior applications. Recent Patents on Materials Science 1(2):128-134.
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas. 2008. Improving the performance of organic biocides using economical and benign additives. Pages 272-284 in T.P. Schultz, H. Militz, M.H. Freeman, B. Goodell, and D.D. Nicholas, editors; Development of Commercial Wood Preservatives: Efficacy, Environmental, and Health Issues. Chapter 16, American Chemical Society Symposium Series 982, Washington, DC.
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas. 2008. Introduction to developing wood preservative systems and molds in homes. Pages 2-8 in T.P. Schultz, H. Militz, M.H. Freeman, B. Goodell, and D.D. Nicholas, editors; Development of Commercial Wood Preservatives: Efficacy, Environmental, and Health Issues. Chapter 1, American Chemical Society Symposium Series 982, Washington, DC.
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas. 2008. Long-term ground-contact efficacy studies of two synergistic biocide mixtures that laboratory decay studies suggested may be promising wood preservative systems. Forest Products Journal 58(5):73-76. Download
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas. 2008. Long-term outdoor efficacy trials of wood treated with organic biocides and co-added non-biocidal additives. Proceedings, American Wood Protection Association 104:96-102. Download
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Schultz, T.P., K. Ragon, D.D. Nicholas. 2008. A hypothesis on a second non-biocidal property of wood extractives, in addition to toxicity, that affects termite behavior and mortality. International Research Group on Wood Protection, IRG/WP 08-10638. Download
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Schummer, M., S.A. Petrie, R. Bailey. 2008. Dietary overlap of sympatric diving ducks on Lake Ontario. Auk 125(2):425-433. Download
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Schummer, M., S.A. Petrie, R. Bailey. 2008. Interaction between macroinvertebrate abundance and habitat use by diving ducks during winter on northeastern Lake Ontario. Journal of Great Lakes Research 34:54-71. Download
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