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Grebner, D.L., A.J. Londo, C. Sun, S.C. Grado, D.C. Sumerall, J.C. Dewey, B.F. Nero, R.P. Maiers. 2008. Potential carbon sequestration opportunities and issues for bottomland hardwood afforestation in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Forum of Public Policy: A Journal of the Oxford Round Table 3(4):305-312.
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Guo, Z., D.L. Grebner, C. Sun, S.C. Grado. 2008. Biofuel production impacts on the management of southern pine plantations in Mississippi. Pages 111-120 in Proceedings of the Southern Forest Economics Workshop 2007: Global Change and Forestry: Economic and Policy Implications. Download
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Henderson, J.E. 2008. Uneven-versus even-aged management of southern pines: What do landowners give up? What do they gain? Forest Landowner July/August 2008:5-8.
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Henderson, J.E., I.A. Munn, G. Perez-Verdin, D.L. Grebner. 2008. Forestry in Mississippi: the impact of the forest products industry on the post-Katrina Mississippi economy-an input-output analysis. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Research Bulletin FO374, Mississippi State University. 31 pp. Download
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Henderson, J.E., I.A. Munn. 2008. The Mississippi furniture industry and its economic impacts to the state economy. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Research Bulletin FO371, Mississippi State University. 18 pp. Download
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Hussain, A., C. Sun, X. Zhou, I.A. Munn. 2008. Ecological and economic determinants of invasive tree species on Alabama forestland. Forest Science 54(3):339-348.
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Hussain, A., I.A. Munn, S.C. Grado, J.E. Henderson. 2008. Economic impacts of Mississippi wildlife-associated outfitters and their clientele. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 13(4):243-251. Download
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Hussain, A., I.A. Munn. 2008. Economic impacts associated with Mississippi outfitters and their clientele. Page 141 in Proceedings of the Southern Forest Economics Workshop 2007: Global Change and Forestry: Economic and Policy Implications. Download abstract
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Jones, T.L., E.B. Schultz, T.G. Matney, D.L. Grebner, D.L. Evans, C.A. Collins. 2008. A forest product/bioenergy mill location and decision support system based on a county-level forest inventory and geo-spatial information. Pages 131-138 in Proceedings of the Southern Forest Economics Workshop 2007: Global Change and Forestry: Economic and Policy Implications. Download
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Laband, D.N., A. Hussain, A. Gonzalez-Caban. 2008. The impact of Forest Service litigatin success on administrative appeals of proposed fuels reduction actions. Forest Policy and Economics 10(7-8):444-449. Download
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Liao, X., Y. Zhang. 2008. An econometric analysis of softwood production in the U.S. South: a comparison of industrial and nonindustrial forest ownership. Forest Products Journal 58(11):69-74.
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Linton, J., H.M. Barnes, R.D. Seale. 2008. Effect of species-type on properties of steam pressed scrim lumber (SPSL). Eight pages in Proceedings, 51st International Convention of Society of Wood Science and Technology. November 10-12, 2008. Concepcion, CHILE.
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Lockhart, B., A.W. Ezell, J.D. Hodges. 2008. Opportunities and limitations in teaching forest resource continuing education: Experiences with southern bottomland hardwood workshops and short courses. Pages 34-36 in National Conference on Teaching and Educational Opportunities.
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Lockhart, B., A.W. Ezell, J.D. Hodges. 2008. The utility of the field classroom for natural resource educational programs: experiences from southern bottomland hardwood shortcourses. Pages 83-85 in National Conference on Teaching and Educational Opportunities. Corvallis, OR.
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Lockhart, B.R., E.S. Gardiner, J.D. Hodges, A.W. Ezell. 2008. Carbon allocation and morphology of cherrybark oak seedlings and sprouts under three light regimes. Annals of Forest Science 65(8):801. 8 pp. Download
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