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DeYoung, R. W., S. Demarais, R. L. Honeycutt, K. L. Gee, R. A. Gonzales. 2006. Social dominance and male breeding success in captive white-tailed deer. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34(1):131-136. Download
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Dibble, E.D., S.M. Thomaz, A.A. Padial. 2006. Spatial complexity measured at a multi-scale in three aquatic plant species. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 21: 239-247.
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Dibble, E.D., S.M. Thomaz. 2006. A simple method to estimate spatial complexity in aquatic plants. Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology 49:421-428. Download
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Edwards, S. L., A. W. Ezell, S. Demarais. 2006. A comparison of planted loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) growth in areas receiving different levels of establishment regime intensity. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 23(2):1-16. Download
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Edwards, S., S. Demarais. 2006. All-you-can-eat-buffet for deer. National Wild Turkey Federation, Get In The Game Spring/Summer:14-17
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Evans, D.L., S.D. Roberts, R.C. Parker. 2006. LiDAR--A new tool for forest measurements? The Forestry Chronicle 82(2):211-219.
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Ezell, A.W., L. Nelson. 2006. Comparison of treatments of controlling kudzu prior to planting tree seedlings. Pages 148-149 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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Ferrer, O. J., E. D. Dibble, D. C. Jackson, K. R. Rundle. 2006. Assessment of fish and invertebrate assemblages, and availability of food supporting fishery resources at Humacao Natural Reserve lagoon system, Puerto Rico. CIENCIA 14(1):28-45.
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Freeman, M.H., D.D. Nicholas, T.P. Schultz. 2006. Nonarsenical wood protection: Alternatives for chromated copper arsenate, creosote, and pentachlorophenol. Pgs 19-36 in T.G. Townsend and H. Solo-Gabriele, editors; Environmental Impacts of Treated Wood, Chapter 2. CRC Press.
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Friend, A.L., S.D. Roberts, S.H. Schoenholtz, J.A. Mobley, P.D. Gerard. 2006. Poultry Litter Application to Loblolly Pine Forests: Growth and Nutrient Containment. Journal of Environmental Quality 35:837-848. Download
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Gauntt, J.C., T.L. Amburgey, S.C. Kitchens.  2006.  Decay in wood ties: Problem solved!  How application of proven preservative technology may eventually eliminate biolocial deterioration as a failure mechanism.  American Wood-Preservers’ Association 102:155.
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Grado, S.C., D.L. Grebner, M.K. Measells, and A.L. Husak. 2006. Status, needs, and knowledge levels of Mississippi’s communities relative to urban forestry. Journal of Arboriculture and Urban Forestry 32(1):24-32. Download
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Gummaraju, R., S. Shi. 2006. Evaluation of polyurethane adhesive in construction applications. Pages 582-586 in Proceedings of Polyurethanes 2006 Technical Conference.
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Guttery, M.R., A.W. Ezell. 2006. Characteristics of a bottomland hardwood forest under greentree reservoir management in east central Arkansas. Pages 409-411 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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Hsu, C., Y. Liu, D.S. Luthe, C. Yuceer. 2006. Poplar FT2 shortens the juvenile phase and promotes seasonal flowering. The Plant Cell 18: 1846-1861. Download
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