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Kushla, J.D., J.E. Henderson, A.J. Londo, J.S. Gordon, G. Bales, A.S. Bailey, J.D. Floyd, J.J. Riggins. 2012. Mississippi's Comprehensive Program for Southern Pine Beetle Prevention: Extension forestry's Role and the Economic Contribution. Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals 8th Biennial Conference, Natural Resources Programs and Partnerships at Work. May 18-23, 2012. Hendersonville, NC. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
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Leach A.G., J.N. Straub, R.M. Kaminski, A.W. Ezell, T.S. Hawkins, T.D. Leininger. 2012. Effect of winter flooding on mass and gross energy of bottomland hardwood acorns. Journal of Wildlife Management 76:1519-1522. Download
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Lee, S., Z. Fan. 2012. Effects of spatial scale on modeling and predicting mean cavity tree density: a comparison of modeling methods. Open Journal of Forestry 2(4):219-224. Download
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Little, N.S., J.J. Riggins, A.J. Londo, T.P. Schultz, D.D. Nicholas. 2012. Preference of Reticulitermes flavipes (Kollar) for southern pine blue-stained sapwood from beetle-killed trees. Proceedings, The International Research Group on Wood Protection, IRG/WP 12-10763. 5 pp. Download
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Little, N.S., J.J. Riggins, T.P. Schultz, A.J. Londo, M.D. Ulyshen. 2012. Feeding preference of native subterranean termites (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae: Reticulitermes) for wood containing bark beetle pheromones and blue-stain fungi. Journal of Insect Behavior 25:197-206. Download
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Little, N.S., N.A. Blount, A. Londo, S.C. Kitchens, T.P. Schultz, T.E. McConnell, J.J. Riggins. 2012. Preference of Formosan subterranean termites for blue-stained southern yellow pine sapwood. Journal of Economic Entomology 105:1640-1664. Download
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Luloff, A.E., D. Hoag, D. Osmond, J.S. Gordon, B. Woods, J. Gruver, K. Roka, C. Raboanarielina, C. Longmire, M. Ward, J. Weigle. 2012. NIFA-CEAP Key Informant Survey: What Farmers, Agency Personnel, and Stakeholders Think. Chapter 2 in D. Osmond, D. Meals, D. Hoag, and M. Arabi, editors, How to Build Better Agricultural Conservation Programs to Protect Water Quality: The NIFA-CEAP Experience. Soil and Water Conservation Society.
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Matney, T.G., E.B. Schultz, M.K. Crosby. 2012. A difference equation approach to developing tree profile equations. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42:766-771. Download
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Milakovsky, B., B.R. Frey, T. James. 2012. Carbon dynamics in the boreal forest. In M.S. Ashton, M.L. Tyrrell, D. Spalding, and B.Gentry, editors, Managing Forest Carbon in a Changing Climate. Springer-Verlag, New York, NY.
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Milich, K.L., J.D. Stuart, J.M. Varner, K.L. Merriam. 2012. Seed viability and fire-related temperature regimes in interior California native cypresses. Fire Ecology 8: 107-124. Download
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Mingie, J.C., C. Sun, W.D. Jones, D.R. Petrolia. 2012. Estimating wildlife viewing recreational demand and consumer supplies. In S.R. Mehmood, editor, Proceedings of the 2011 Southern Forest Economics Workers (SOFEW) Annual Meeting, Little Rock, AR. 11 pp. Download
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Nelson, D., R.J. Rousseau, M. Yuceer. 2012. Report on the 31st Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference. Tree Genetics and Genomes. Download
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Nepal, P., R.K. Grala, D.L. Grebner. 2012. Financial feasibility of increasing carbon sequestration in harvested wood products in Mississippi. Forest Policy and Economics 14(1):99-106. Download
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Nepal. P., R.K. Grala, D.L. Grebner. 2012. Financial implications of enrolling Mississippi forest landowners in carbon offset programs. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 36(1):5-10.
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Ning, Z., C. Sun. 2012. Vertial price linkage between timber and forest products prices in the South. In S.R. Mehmood, editor, Proceedings of the 2011 Southern Forest Economics Workers (SOFEW) Annual Meeting, Little Rock, AR. 15 pp. Download
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