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Nepal, P., R.K. Grala, D.L. Grebner. 2009. Financial feasibility of sequestering carbon for loblolly pine stands in interior flatwoods region in Mississippi. Pages 52-62 in J. Siry, B. Izlar, P. Bettinger, T. Harris, T. Tye, S. Baldwin, K. Merry, editors. Proceedings of the 2008 Southern Forest Economics Workers Meeting. Savannah, GA. Download
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Nepal, P., R.K. Grala, D.L. Grebner. 2009. Financial trade-offs associated with sequestrating carbon dioxide in standing timber and wood products harvested from loblolly pine plantation. Journal of Forestry 107(2):103.
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Perez-Verdin, G., D.L. Grebner, C. Sun, I.A. Munn, E.B. Schultz, T.G. Matney. 2009. Woody biomass availability for bioethanol conversion in Mississippi. Biomass and Bioenergy 33(3):492-503. Download
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Rhyne, J.D., I.A. Munn, A. Hussain. 2009. Hedonic analysis of auctioned hunting leases: A case study of Mississippi sixteenth section lands. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 14(4):227-239. Download
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Riggins, J.J., A.J. Londo. 2009. Wolves in sheep’s clothing: Outbreaks of previously obscure native forest insects. Forest Wisdom 13:6-7, 14. Download
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Rousseau, R.J. 2009. Regenerating hardwoods in Mississippi. Pages 42-50 in M.J. Wallace and A.J. Londo, editors, Managing the Family Forest in Mississippi. Department of Forestry, Mississippi State University; Mississippi State Extension Service; U.S. Forest Service; Mississippi Forestry Commission. Download
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Schramm, H.L., M.S. Cox, T.E. Tietjen, A.W. Ezell. 2009. Nutrient dynamics in the lower Mississippi River floodplain: Comparing present and historic hydrologic conditions. Wetlands 29(2):476-487. Download
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Stanturf, J., E. Gardiner, J.P. Shepard, C. Schweitzer, J. Portwood, L. Dorris. 2009. Restoration of bottomland hardwood forests across a treatment intensity gradient. Forest Ecology and Management 257:1803-1814. Download
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Stewart, L.D., L.A. Grace, A.J. Londo. 2009. Improving educational programming by understanding the clientele. Pages 130-133 in S.F. Ashton, W.G. Hubbard, H.M. Rauscher, editors, A Southern Region Conference on Technology Transfer and Extension. USDA Southern Research Station, GTR-SRS-116. Hot Springs, AR. Download
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Stewart, L.D., L.A. Grace, A.J. Londo. 2009. Improving educational programming by understanding the clientele. Pages 130-133 in S.F. Ashton, W.G. Hubbard, H.M. Rauscher, editors, A Southern Region Conference on Technology Transfer and Extension. USDA Southern Research Station, GTR-SRS-116. Hot Springs, AR. Download
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Sun, X., C. Sun, I.A. Munn, A. Hussain. 2009. Knowledge of three regeneration programs and application behavior among Mississippi nonindustrial private forest landowners: A two-step sample selection approach. Journal of Forest Economics 15(3):187-204. Download
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Tiruveedhula, M.P., Z. Fan, R.R. Sadasivuni, S.S. Durbha, D.L. Evans. 2009. Biomass and health based forest cover delineation using spectral un-mixing. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Annual Conference. Baltimore, MD.
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Traugott, T.A. 2009. Marketing the forest crop. Pages 61-63 in M.J. Wallace and A.J. Londo, editors, Managing the Family Forest in Mississippi. Department of Forestry, Mississippi State University; Mississippi State Extension Service; U.S. Forest Service; Mississippi Forestry Commission. Download
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Tyndall, J.C., R.K. Grala. 2009. Financial feasibility of using shelterbelts for swine odor mitigation. Agroforestry Systems 76(1):237-250. Download
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Wallace, M.J., A.J. Londo, editors. 2009. Managing the Family Forest in Mississippi. Department of Forestry, Mississippi State University; Mississippi State Extension Service; U.S. Forest Service; Mississippi Forestry Commission. Download
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