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Robertson, G.P., L.W. Burger Jr., C.L. Kling, R. Lowrance, D.J. Mulla.  2007.  Methods for Environmental Management Research at Landscape and Watershed Scales.  Pages 27 - 51 in Max Schnef ed. SWCS Conference on Managing Agricultural Landscapes for Environmental Quality.  Soil and Water Conservation Society. 
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Salenikovich, A.J., D.D. Nicholas. 2007. Durability of light-frame houses in high winds: How moisture and biodeterioration affect frame-to-sheathing connections. Page 41 in Wood Protection 2006, H.M. Barnes, editor. Proceedings No. 7229, Forest Products Society, Madison, WI.
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Sanders, M.G., T.L. Amburgey. 2007. Formosan termite research facility for conducting replicated studies on the durability of building components to Coptotermes formosanus. Page 377 in Wood Protection 2006, H.M. Barnes, editor. Proceedings No. 7229, Forest Products Society, Madison, WI.
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Schramm Jr., H.L., K.M. Hunt. 2007. Issues, Benefits, and Problems Associated with Fishing Tournaments in Inland Waters of the United States: A Survey of Fishery Agency Administrators. Fisheries 32(5):234-243. Download
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas, A. Preston. 2007. Past, present and future of wood preservation. Pest Management Science 63:784-788. Download
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas, J. Shi. 2007. Water repellency and dimensional stability of wood treated with waterborne resin acids. International Research Group on Wood Preservation, IRG WP-07-40364. 9 pp.
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas, L.L. Ingram Jr. 2007. Laboratory and outdoor water repellency and dimensional stability studies of southern pine sapwood treated with a waterborne water repellent made from resin acids. Holzforschung 61:317-322. Download
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas. 2007. Totally organic wood preservative systems for exterior residential applications. Pages 289-294 in Wood Protection 2006, H. M. Barnes, editor. Proceedings No. 7229, Forest Products Society, Madison, WI.
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Shi, J., D. Kocaefe, J. Zhang. 2007. Mechanical behaviour of Quebec wood species heat-treated using ThermoWood process. Holz als Roh-und Werkstoff 65(4):256-259. Download
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Shi, J., D. Kocaefe, T.L. Amburgey, J. Zhang. 2007. A comparative study on brown-rot fungus decay and subterranean termite resistance of thermally-modified and ACQ-C-treated wood. Holz als Roh-und Werkstoff 65(5):353-358. Download
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Shi, S.Q. 2007. Diffusion model based on Fick’s second law for the moisture absorption process in wood fiber-based composites: is it suitable or not? Wood Science and Technology, 14 pp. Download
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Shi, S.Q., S. Lee, M. Horstemeyer. 2007. Natural fiber retting and inorganic nanoparticle impregnation treatment for natural fibr/polymer composites. 19 pages in Proceedings of the American Society for Composites, Seattle, WA. Sept. 17-19, 2007.
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Shmulsky, R., J. Dahlen. 2007. Influence of sawing solution and pith location on warp in 2 by 4 lumber sawn from small-diameter loblolly pine stems. Forest Products Journal 57(7/8):73-75. Download
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Skojac, D.A., A.W. Ezell, S. Meadows, J.D. Hodges. 2007. First-year growth and quality response of residual hardwood poletimber trees following thinning in an even-aged sawtimber stand. USDA Forest Service. SRS-13. Download
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Slay, R., R. Shmulsky, R.D. Seale. 2007. Acoustic velocity as a means to detect damage in 4-inch-diameter pine poles stressed in bending beyond their proportional limit. Forest Products Journal 57(7/8):90-91. Download
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