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Wang, G., W. Zhong. 2006. Mongolian gerbils and Daurian pikas responded differently to changes in precipitation in the Inner Mongolian grasslands. Journal of Arid Environments 66: 648-656. Download
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West, B.C., K. Jacobs, L. Breazeale. 2006. Minimizing wildlife problems after a flood. Mississippi State University Extension Service. Information Sheet 1786. Download
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West, B.C., T.A. Messmer. 2006. Effects of Livestock Grazing on Duck Nesting Habitat in Utah. Rangeland Ecology Management 59:208-211. Download
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Zhong, W., G. Wang, Q. Zhou, G. Wang. 2006. Communal food caches and social groups of Brandt’s voles in the typical steppes of Inner Mongolia, China. Journal of Arid Environments 68: 398-407. Download
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Barbour, P.J., L.W. Burger, Jr., R. Hamrick, M.D. Smith. 2005. Grassland bird response to agricultural field borders. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University, Research Advance 8(2):4 pp. Download
2005

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Betema, D.L., R.M. Kaminski, P.A. Magee. 2005. Wetland invertebrate communities and management of hardwood bottomlands in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. In: Ecology and Management of Bottomland Hardwood Systems: The State of our Understanding.
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Brown, A.V., K.B. Brown, D.C. Jackson, W.K. Pierson. 2005. Lower Mississippi River and its tributaries. Pages 231-281 in A.C. Benke and C.E. Cushing, editors, Rivers of North America. Elsevier Academic Press.
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Burger Jr., L.W. 2005. The Conservation Reserve Program in the Southeast: issues affecting wildlife habitat value. Pages 63 - 92 in J. B. Haufler, ed. Fish and wildlife benefits of Farm Bill conservation programs: 2000-2005 update. The Wildlife Society Technical Review 05-2. Download
2005

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Burger Jr., L.W. 2005. The Conservation Reserve Program in the Southeast: Issues Affecting Wildlife Habitat Value. Pgs. 135-141 in A.W. Allen and M.W. Vandever, eds. The Conservation Reserve Program: Planting for the Future: Proceedings of a National Conference, Fort Collins CO, June 6-9, 2004. Biological Science Report, USGS/BRD/BSR--2006-5145: U.S. Government Printing Office, Denver, CO. Download
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Burger Jr., L.W. 2005. Light disking to enhance early successional wildlife habitat in grasslands and old-fields: Wildlife benefits and erosion potential. USDA-NRCS Technical Note, October 2005. Download
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Burger Jr., L.W., L. Burger. 2005. Conservation buffers. Wildlife Trends 5:(2)1-7. Download
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Burger Jr., L.W., L. Burger. 2005. Making federal farm programs work for you. Wildlife Trends 5:(3)15-21. Download
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Burger Jr., L.W., L. Burger. 2005. Mid-contract management opportunities on Conservation reserve Program Lands. Wildlife Trends 5:(5)15-21. Download
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Burger Jr., L.W., R. Hamrick, D. Godwin. 2005. Farm-level habitat management for bobwhite quail and other farm wildlife. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University. Download
2005

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Burger Jr., L.W., R. Hamrick, D. Godwin. 2005. Land use changes in Mississippi: what does it mean for bobwhite restoration? Mississippi Woods and Waters Nov. 2005:8(4) 21 - 23.
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