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Hassan, E., H. Abou-Yousef, P.H. Steele, E. El-Giar. 2016. Characterization of bio-oils from the fast pyrolysis of white oak and sweetgum. Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects 38(1): 43-50. Download
2016

    

Henderson, J.E., I.A. Munn. 2016. Mississippi furniture industry and its importance to the state economy. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Research Bulletin FO461, Mississippi State University. 24 pp. Download
2016

    

Wan, X., L. Liu, G.M. Wang, Y. Guo. 2016. Litter sizes of Daurian ground squirrels peak at intermediate body sizes. Mammalian Biology 81: 61-65. Download
2016

    

Webb, K. M., R. E. Schultz, E. D. Dibble. 2016. The influence of invasive aquatic plant removal on diets of bluegill in Minnesota lakes. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 54: 37-45. Download
2016

    

Yan, L., V. Guda, E. Hassan, P.H. Steele, B. Mitchell, F. Yu. 2016. Hydrodeoxygenation of oxidized distilled bio-oil for the production of gasoline fuel type. Energy Conversion and Management 112:319-327. Download
2016

    

Adams, H.L., L.W. Burger Jr., S. Riffell. 2015. Edge effects on avian diversity and density of native grass conservation buffers. Open Ornithology Journal 8:1-9. Download
2015

    

Akhtari, M., D.D. Nicholas. 2015. Effect of machine profile, zinc oxide and titanium dioxide particles on checking of southern pine deck boards during weathering. IET Nanobiotechnology 9(3):103-106. Download
2015

    

Arroyo, R.J., E.B. Schultz, T.G. Matney, D.L. Evans, Z. Fan. 2015. Temporal validation for a landsat-based volume estimation model. Pages 345-348 in A.G. Holley, K.F. Conner, J.D. Haywood, editors, Proceedings of the 17th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. USDA Forest Service, Southern Experiment Station. E-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-203. 551 p.
2015

    

Barnes, H.M., J. Winandy, J. Hill. 2015. Development of a testing protocol for effects on strength of laboratory-manufactured, fire-retardant-treated flakeboard. Wood and Fiber Science 47(1):50-55.
2015

    

Beard, D., T.G. Matney, E.B. Schultz, Z. Fan. 2015. Computer programs for optical dendrometer measurements of standing tree profiles. Pages 529-533 in A.G. Holley, K.F. Conner, J.D. Haywood, editors, Proceedings of the 17th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. USDA Forest Service, Southern Experiment Station. E-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-203. 551 p.
2015

    

Blazier, M.A., T.R. Clason, H.O. Liechty, Z.H. Leggett, E.B. Sucre, S.D. Roberts, K. Krapfl, E.D. Vance. 2015. Nitrogen and carbon of switchgrass, loblolly pine, and cottonwood biofuel production systems in the southeast United States. Forest Science 61:522-534. Download
2015

    

Bowman, B., J.L. Belant, D.E. Beyer, Jr., D. Martell. 2015. Characterizing non-target species use at bait sites for white-tailed deer. Human-Wildlife Interactions 9:110-118. Download
2015

    

Campbell, T., P.D. Jones, S. Demarais, A.W. Ezell. 2015. Vegetation communities in intensively established loblolly pine plantations at crown closure. Journal of Forestry 113:298-307. Download
2015

    

Chen, L., G. Wang, X. Wan, W. Liu. 2015. Complex and nonlinear effects of weather and density on the demography of small herbivorous mammals. Basic and Applied Ecology 16: 172-179. Download
2015

    

Colvin, M., C.L. Pierce, T.W. Stewart. 2015. A food web modelling analysis of a Midwestern, USA eutrophic lake dominated by non-native Common Carp and Zebra Mussels. Ecological Modeling 312:26-40. Download
2015

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