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Rotella, J.J., S.J. Dinsmore, T.L. Shaffer. 2005. Modeling nest-survival data: a comparison of recently developed methods that can be implemented in MARK and SAS. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 27:187-205. Download
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Schramm Jr., H.L. 2005. Water needs for freshwater fisheries management. Pages 133-135 in J. Lehr and J. Keeley, editors. Encyclopedia of water: surface and agricultural water volume. John Wiley and Sons, New York
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Shephard, S., D. C. Jackson. 2005. Channel catfish maturation in Mississippi Streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25:1467-1475. Download
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Slade, J. G., E. D. Dibble, P. C. Smiley Jr. 2005. Relationships between littoral zone macrophytes and the fish community in four urban Minnesota lakes. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 20: 636-640.
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Slade, J., and E. Dibble. 2005. Evaluation of an herbicide application on habitat and structure of the littoral fish and macroinvertebrate community. Aquatic Plant Management Society, San Antonio, TX.
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Slade, J., E. Dibble, P. Smiley, Jr. 2005. Relationship between macrophyte and fish communities of east-central Minnesota lakes. Mississippi Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Philadephia, MS.
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Slade, J., E. Dibble. 2005. Establishment of aquatic plant in a Mississippi Reservoir. North American Lake Management Society, Madison, WI
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Smiley Jr., P. C., E. D. Dibble. 2005. Implications of a hierarchical relationship among channel form, instream habitat, and stream communities for restoration of channelized streams. Hydrobiologia 548:279-292. Download
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Smiley Jr., P.C., E.D. Dibble, S.H. Schoenholtz. 2005. Fishes of first-order streams in north-central Mississippi. Southeastern Naturalist 4:219-236. Download
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Smith, M.D., L.W. Burger, Jr. 2005. Use of imprinted northern bobwhite chicks to assess habitat-specific arthropod availability. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:596-605. Download
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Smith, M.D., P.J. Barbour, L.W. Burger Jr., S.J. Dinsmore. 2005. Breeding Bird Abundance and Diversity in Agricultural Field Borders in the Black Belt Prairie of Mississippi. Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 59:43-56.Download
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Smith, M.D., P.J. Barbour, L.W. Burger, Jr., S.J. Dinsmore. 2005. Density and diversity of overwintering birds in managed field borders in Mississippi. Wilson Bulletin 117:258-269. Download
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Stafford, J.D., R.M. Kaminski, K.J. Reinecke, M.E. Kurtz, S.W. Manley. 2005. Post-harvest field manipulations to conserve waste rice for waterfowl. Proceedings, Southeastern Conference of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 59:155-163.Download
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Stafford, J.D., R.M. Kaminski, K.J. Reinecke, P.D. Gerard, M.E. Kurtz, S.W. Manley. 2005. Waste rice: A critical commodity for wintering waterfowl. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Research Advances 9(1):4 pp. Mississippi State University. Download
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Vilella, F.J., J.H. Fogarty. 2005. Diversity and abundance of forest frogs (Anura: Leptodactilydae) before and after Hurricane Georges in the Cordillera Central of Puerto Rico. Caribbean Journal of Science 41(1):157-162. Download
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