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Mohan, D., J. Shi, D.D. Nicholas, C.U. Pittman Jr., P.H. Steele, J.E. Cooper. 2008. Fungicidal values of bio-oils and their lignin-rich fractions obtained from wood/bark fast pyrolysis. Chemosphere 71(3):456-465. Download
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Munsell, J., J. Germain, I.A. Munn. 2008. A tale of two forests: Case study comparisons of sustained yield management on Mississippi and New York NIPF. Journal of Forestry 106(8):431-439.
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Neal, J. 2008. Fertilizing Mississippi farm ponds. Mississippi State University Extension Service Publication 229. Download
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Neal, J. 2008. Sport fish suppliers and stocking guidelines for stocking Mississippi ponds. Mississippi State University Extension Service Publication 2525. Download
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Neal, J., N.J. Harris, S. Kumaran, D.A. Behler, T.J. Lang, P.R. Port, M. Melandri, B.G. Batten. 2008. Comparison of aquatic insect habitat and diversity above and below road crossings in lower-order streams. Arkansas Academy of Sciences 61(2007):78-83.
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Neal, J., R. Eades. 2008. Urban and community fisheries programs: development, management, and evaluation - a summary. Pages 455-463 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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Neal, J., R.L. Noble. 2008. Comparison of diploid and triploid largemouth bass growth and maturation through age 1 in Puerto Rico. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:688-693. Download
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Nicholas, D.D., H. Militz. 2008. Concepts in the development of new accelerated test methods for wood decay. Pages 142-151 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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Obanda, D.N., T.F. Shupe, H.M. Barnes. 2008. Reducing leaching of boron-based wood preservatives--A review of research. Bioresource Technology 99(2008):7312-7322. Download
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Parker, R.C., D.L. Evans. 2008. LiDAR Forest inventory with single-tree, double- and single-phase procedures. Pages 30-38 in R.A. Hill, J. Rosette, and J. Suarez, editors, Proceedings of SilviLaser 2008: 8th international conference on LiDAR applications in forest assessment and inventory. September 2008. Edinburgh, UK. Download
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Patterson, D.W., M.H. Pelkki, P.H. Steele. 2008. Productivity of the John Deere slash bundler in removing in-forest residues from pine harvest sties in the mid-South: Four case studies. Forest Products Journal 58(7/8):31.36.
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Pearse, A.T., P. Gerard, S.J. Dinsmore, R.M. Kaminski, K.J. Reinecke. 2008. Estimation and correction of visibility bias in aerial surveys of wintering ducks. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:808-813. Download
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Pearse, A.T., S.J. Dinsmore, R.M. Kaminski, K.J. Reinecke. 2008. Evaluation of an aerial survey to estimate abundance of wintering ducks in Mississippi. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(6):1413-1419. Download
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Pechanova, O., W.D. Stone, W. Monroe, T.E. Nebeker, K.D. Klepzig, K.D., C. Yuceer. 2008. Global and comparative protein profiles of the pronotum of the southern pine beetle, Dendroctonus frontalis Zimmermann (Coleoptera: Scolytidea). Insect Molecular Biology 17(3):261-277. Download
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Peng, Y., S.Q. Shi, M.G. Kim. 2008. Effect of temperature on the dynamic mechanical properties of resin film and wood. Forest Products Journal 58(12):68-74.
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