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Firth, A. G., B. H. Baker, J. P. Brooks, R. Smith, R. B. Iglay, J. B. Davis. 2020. Investigation of pathogenic bacterial transport by waterbirds: A case study of flooded and non-flooded rice systems in Mississippi. Water 12:1833. Download
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Firth, A. G., B. H. Baker, M. Gibbs, J. P. Brooks, R. Smith, R. B. Iglay, J. B. Davis. 2020. Using cameras to index waterfowl abundance in winter-flooded rice fields. MethodsX 7:101036. Download
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Gay, C., M. Crosby, J. Holderieath, T.E. McConnell. 2020. Using Landsat 8 imagery to determine a threshold for detecting changes along a streamside management zone: A simulation approach. Mathematical and Computational Forestry & Natural Resource Sciences 12(2):74-78. Download
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Gordon, J. S., J. L. Willis, R. K. Grala. 2020. Public and forest landowner attitudes towards longleaf pine ecosystem restoration using prescribed fire. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 50(9):917-924. Download
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Griffin J. W., R. D. Seale, F. C. Owens, L. A. Grace. 2020. Construction of an economic model for prospective forest products manufacturing facilities. Bioresources 15(2): 3874-3887. Download
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Gross, M. C., J. D. Lancaster, J. W. Simpson, B. T. Shirkey, S. E. McClain, C. N. Jacques, J. B. Davis, H. M. Hagy. 2020. Energetic carrying capacity of submersed aquatic vegetation in semi-permanent wetlands important to waterfowl in the Upper Midwest. Wetlands 40:491-501. Download
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Gross, M. C., S. E. McClain, J. D. Lancaster, C. N. Jacques, J. B. Davis, J. W. Simpson, A. P. Yetter, H. M. Hagy. 2020. Variation in true metabolizable energy among aquatic vegetation and ducks. Journal of Wildlife Management 84(4):749-758. Download
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Guan, H., Y. Su, X. Sun, G. Xu, W. Li, Q. Ma, X. Wu, J. Wu, L. Liu, Q. Guo. 2020. A marker-free method for registering multi-scan terrestrial laser scanning data in forest environments. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 166:82-94. Download
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Han, X., G. E. Frey, C. Sun. 2020. Regulation and practice of forest-management fires on private lands in the southeast United States: Legal open burns versus certified prescribed burns. Journal of Forestry 118(4):385-402. Download
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Hanberry, B., H. D. Alexander, D. C. Bragg. 2020. Open forest ecosystems: An excluded state with conservation costs. Forest Ecology and Management 412:118256. Download
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Herath, A., C. A. Layne, F. Perez, E. Hassan, C. U. Pittman, T. Mlsna. 2021. KOH-activated high surface area Douglas Fir biochar for adsorbing aqueous Cr(VI), Pb(II) and Cd(II). Chemosphere 265:128409. Download
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Hill, J. E., T. L. DeVault, G. M. Wang, J. L. Belant. 2020. Anthropogenic mortality in mammals increases with the human footprint. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18:13-18. Download
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Himes, A., G. Busby. 2020. Wood buildings as a climate solution. Developments in the Built Environment 4:100030. Download
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Himes, A., K. Puettmann, B. Muraca. 2020. Trade-offs between ecosystem services along gradients of tree species diversity and values. Ecosystem Services 44:101133. Download
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Hines, S. L., S. M. Westlake. 2020. What's the Buzz? How to create pollinator habitat at home. Forest and Wildlife Resarch Center Outreach Advance, Mississippi State University. Download
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