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Anderson, C.D, D.L. Grebner, D.L. Evans, I.A. Munn, K.L. Belli. 2005. Preliminary study on the impact of stand identification through an object-oriented approach on a linear forest planning model. Proc., Joint CIF/SAF Annual Meeting, Edmonton, Alberta, October 1-6, 2004.
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Anderson, C.D., D.L. Grebner, D.L. Evans, I.A. Munn, K.L. Belli. 2005. The impact of stand identification through an object-oriented approach for forest management planning. Pages 35-43 in Proceedings of the 2004 SOFEW meeting. Download
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Belli, K.L. 2005. How much timber is on your land? Independent Sawmill & Woodlot Management 53:14-17.
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Clarkson, M., R. Parker, D. Evans. 2005. An evaluation of a 3D sampling technique and LiDAR for understory density levels in pine plantations. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Mid-south Fall Conference. Athens, GA. November, 2005.
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Collins, C.A., D.W. Wilkinson, D.L. Evans. 2005. Multi-temporal analysis of Landsat data to determine forest age classes for the Mississippi statewide forest inventory - preliminary results. Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on the Analysis of Multi-temporal Remote Sensing Images. 2005 May 16-18. Biloxi, MS. On CD-ROM. Download
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Drier, R.O., S.C. Grado, R.J. Barlow, D.L. Grebner. 2005. Valuing habitat regime models for the red-cockaded woodpecker in Mississippi. Pages 167-177 in Proceedings of the 2004 Southern Forest Economic Workers Annual Meeting.Download
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Edwards, S., S. Demarais, A. Ezell. 2005. Intensive pine plantation management - What does it mean from a deer’s perspective? Meade-Westvaco Newsletter.
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Edwards, S., S. Demarais, A.W. Ezell. 2005. Intensively managed pine plantations: barren wastelands or potential deer habitat. Quality Whitetails 12(5):22-28.
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Edwards, S.E., S. Demarais, A.W. Ezell. 2005. Intensive pine management - What does it mean from a deer’s perspective? Southern Outdoors. Fall 2005. p. 4-5.
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Edwards, S.E., S. Demarais, A.W. Ezell. 2005. Intensive pine management-wildlife habitat impacts. Quail Unlimited Publication. Fall 2005.
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Edwards, S.E., S. Demarais, A.W. Ezell. 2005. Intensive pine plantation management-deer habitat or barren wasteland:? Wildlife Issues. Summer 2005.
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Evans, D.L., W.H. Cooke III. 2005. LiDAR - the future of remote forest assessments? Proceedings of the 10th Biennial Forest Service Remote Sensing Applications Conference. 2004 April 5-9, Salt Lake City, UT. USDA Forest Service. CD-ROM.
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Ezell, A.W. 2005. Effective control of kudzu using sulfometuron, metsulfuron, chlorsulfuron, clopyralid, and picloram. Proc., Southern Weed Science Society 58:191-193. Download
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Ezell, A.W., J.L. Yeiser, L.R. Nelson. 2005. Herbaceous weed control in first-year loblolly pine plantations using Oust XP, Oust Extra, Oustar, Matrix, and Steadfast. Proc., Southern Weed Science Society 58:175-176. Download
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Ezell, A.W., J.L. Yeiser, L.R. Nelson. 2005. Third year pine growth response to woody release treatments including Oust XP. Proc., Southern Weed Science Society 58:193. Download
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