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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas, G.T. Kirker, M.L. Prewitt, S.V. Diehl. 2006. Effect of the antioxidant BHT on reducing depletion of chlorothalonil in treated wood after 54 months of ground-contact exposure. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation 57(2006):45-50. Download
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Self, A.B., A.W. Ezell, M.R. Guttery. 2006. First-year survival and growth of bottomland oak species following intensive establishment procedures. Pages 209-211 in K.F. Connor, editor, Proceedings of the 13th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-92. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 640 p. Download
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Shepard, J.P. 2006. Water quality protection in bioenergy production: the U.S. system of forestry Best Management Practices. Biomass and Bioenergy 30:378-384. Download
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Shephard, S., D. C. Jackson. 2006. Difference in channel catfish growth among Mississippi stream basins. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 135:1224-1229. Download
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Shi, S.Q., A. Oppedal, G. Miller, M.F. Horstemeyer. 2006. Characterization of engineering wood adhesive behavior treated at elevated temperatures. Pages 163-169 in C.R. Frihart, editor, Wood Adhesives 2005. November 2-4, 2005. San Diego, CA.
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Shi, S.Q., D.J. Gardner. 2006. Effect of density and polymer content on the hygroscopic thickness swelling rate of compression molded wood fiber/polymer composites. Wood and Fiber Science 38(3):520-526.
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Shi, S.Q., D.J. Gardner. 2006. Hygroscopic thickness swelling rate of compression molded wood fiberboard and wood fiber/polymer composites. Composites: Part A 37(9):1276-1285. Download
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Shi, S.Q., J. Walker. 2006. Wood based composites: Plywood and veneer-based products. Pages 391-426 in John C.F. Walker, editor, Primary Wood Processing: Principles and Practice. 2nd Edition. Springer Press.
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Shifley, S.R., Z. Fan, D.R. Larsen, J.M. Kabrick. 2006. Oak decline rick factors and mortality estimation. Forest Ecology and Management 229:16-26. Download
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Shmulsky, R. 2006. Dimensional stabilization of pine four-by-fours via restraint drying. Forest Products Journal 56(3):41-43. Download
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Shmulsky, R., J. Dahlen. 2006. Acrolein and selected HAPS from southern pine a comparison of four mills. Proceedings: Forest Products Society, Quality drying for the 21st century.
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Shmulsky, R., R.D. Seale, R.D. Snow. 2006. Analysis of acoustic velocity as a predictor of stiffness and strength in 5-inch-diameter pine dowels. Forest Products Journal 56(9):53-55. Download
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Shmulsky, R., V. Shvets. 2006. The effect of subzero temperatures on FSP of cottonwood. Forest Products Journal 56(2):74-77. Download
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Sladek, B.G., I.A. Munn, L.W. Burger Jr., S.D. Roberts. 2006. Response of timber growth and avian communities to quality vegetation management in mid-rotation CRP pine plantations. Pgs 30-33 in K.F. Connor, editor, Proceedings of the 13th biennial southern silvicultural research conference. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-92. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 640 p. Download
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Sladek, B.G., I.A. Munn, L.W. Burger Jr., S.D. Roberts. 2006. Financial returns of wildlife habitat improvement programs in mid-rotation CRP loblolly pine plantations. Pages 264-273 in J. Chang, editor, Proceedings of the 2005 Southern Forest Economics Workshop. Download
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