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Falster, D.S., et al. 2015. BAAD: A biomass and allometry database for woody plants. Ecology 96:1445. Download
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Grebner, D.L., R.K. Grala, O. Joshi, G. Perez-Verdin. 2015. Physical and economic aspects to assessing woody biomass availability for bioenergy production and related supply constraints. Pages 299-321 in S. Eskogiul, S. Rebennack, and P.M. Pardalos, Editors. Handbook of Bioenergy. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland 343 p.
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Hatten, J.A., E.B. Sucre, Z. Leggett, J.C. Mack, S.D. Roberts, J.C. Dewey, B.D. Strahm. 2015. Explaining the apparent resiliency of loblolly pine plantation to organic matter removal. Pages 237-243 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.
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Joshi, O., D.L. Grebner, I.A. Munn, R.K. Grala. 2015. Issues concerning landowner management plan adoption decisions: A recursive bivariate probit approach. International Journal of Forestry Research(2015):926303. < ahref="http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/926303" target="_blank">Download
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Joshi, O., D.L. Grebner, J.E. Henderson, S.R. Gruchy. 2015. Landowners, bioenergy, and extension strategies. Journal of Extension, 53(2). Download
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Joshi, O., D.L. Grebner, P.N. Khanal. 2015. Status of urban wood waste and their potential use for bioenergy in Mississippi. Resources, Conservation & Recycling 102(2015): 20-26. Download
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Krapfl, K.J., S.D. Roberts, R.J. Rousseau, J.A. Hatten. 2015. Early competitive effects on growth of loblolly pine grown in co-culture with switchgrass. Pages 322-325 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.
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Luo, X., C. Sun, H. Jiang, Y. Zhang, Q. Meng. 2015. International trade after intervention: The case of bedroom furniture. Forest Policy and Economics 50(1):180-191. Download
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Moore, J.R., D.J. Cown, R.B. McKinley, C.O. Sabatia. 2015. Effects of stand density and seed lot on three wood properties of young radiata pine grown at a dry-land site in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 45:4. Download
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Munn, I.A., W.C. Wright, W.R. Hunter, R.G. Bentley. 2015. Willow Break LLC, Mississippi, United States of America. Chapter 15 in J.P. Siry, P. Bettinger, K. Merry, D.L. Grebner, K. Boston, C. Ciezewski, editors, Forest Plans of America. Elsevier. 458 p.
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Ouyang, Y., J. Zhang, T. Leininger, B.R. Frey. 2015. A STELLA model to estimate water and nitrogen dynamics in a short-rotation woody crop plantation. Journal of Environmental Quality 44 (1):200-209. Download
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Pont, D., M.O. Kimberley, R.K. Brownlie, C.O. Sabatia, M.S. Watt. 2015. Calibrated tree counting on remotely sensed images of planted forests. International Journal of Remote Sensing 36(15):3819-3836. Download
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Roberts, S.D., R.J. Rousseau, B.L. Herrin. 2015. Effects of genetics, management intensity, and seedling density on early stocking in loblolly pine. Pages 104-109 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.
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Rousseau, R.J., S.D. Roberts, and B.L. Herrin. 2015. Comparison of second generation open-pollinated, mass control-pollinated, and varietal pine planting stock through 6 years on a north Mississippi site. Pages 110-115 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.
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Sabatia, C.O., H.E. Burkhart. 2015. On the use of upper stem diameters to localize a segmented taper equation to new trees. Forest Science 61(3):411-423. Download
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