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Habig, R.B., S.C. Grado. 2004. A Differentiation of the Opinions of two Environmental Groups Toward The Forest Industry in Mississippi. Book of Abstracts. The 10th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Keystone, Colorado, p. 72.
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Henderson, J.E., I.A. Munn. 2004. The effect of relative product prices on the optimal management of loblolly pine. Pages 188-193 in Proceedings of the 2003 Annual Southern Forest Economics Workers. Download
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Henderson, J.E., S.C. Grado, I.A. Munn. 2004. Economic impact of commercial hunting outfitters and clientele. Pages 397-402 in Proceedings of the 2003 Annual Southern Forest Economics Workers. Download
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Hughes, H.G., M.K. Measells, S.C. Grado. 2004. Research and extension effort targeting underserved forest landowners in the South-Central United States. Pages 47-55 in Proceedings of the 6th IUFRO Extension Working Party Symposium, Troutdale, OR. Download
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Husak, A.L., S.C. Grado, S.H. Bullard. 2004. Perceived values of benefits from Mississippi’s forestry best management practices. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution Focus 4:171-185. Download
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Hussain, A., D. N. Laband. 2004. The tragedy of the political commons: Evidence from U.S. senate roll call votes on environmental legislation. Page 156 in Proceedings of the 2004 Annual Southern Forest Economics Workers. Download abstract
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Hussain, A., D. Zhang, J.B. Armstrong. 2004. Willingness to pay for hunting leases in Alabama. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 28(1):21-27.
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Jackson, B.D., W.B. Stuart, L.A. Grace, A.J. Londo. 2004. Examining the performance of independent harvesting firms in the Eastern United States. Pages 195-202 in Proceedings of the 2003 Annual Southern Forest Economics Workers. Download
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Jerez, M., T.J. Dean, S.D. Roberts, D.L. Evans. 2004. Patterns of branch permeability with crown depth among loblolly pine families differing in growth rate and crown size. Trees (2004) 18:145-150.
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Jones, W.D., J.C. Jones, I.A. Munn, S.C. Grado. 2004. Wildlife Enterprises on Mississippi Private Lands. Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 58:344-355. Download
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Knight, T.C., A.W. Ezell, D.R. Shaw, J.D. Byrd, D.L. Evans. 2004. Identifying loblolly pine and four common competing hardwood species using multispectral reflectance analysis. Pages 336-342 in K.F. Connor, editor, Proceedings of the 12th biennial southern silvicultural research conference. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-71. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 594 p. Download
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Land, Jr., S.B., S.D. Roberts, H.W. Duzan, Jr. 2004. Genetic and spacing effects on loblolly pine plantation development through age 17. Pages 413-419 in K.F. Connor, editor, Proceedings of the 12th biennial southern silvicultural research conference. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-71. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 594 p. Download
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Loden, E.K., S.C. Grado, J.C. Jones, D.L. Evans. 2004. Economic impacts of onshore fishing sites and fishing tournaments on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 58:100-112.Download
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Londo, A.J. 2004. An assessment of Mississippi’s nonindustrial private forest landowners knowledge of forestry BMP’s. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution: Focus 4:235-243. Download
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Londo, A.J. 2004. Forest landowner workshops: combining traditional forestry field days and short courses. Journal of Extension 42(5). Download
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