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Agostinho, A.A., L. Rodrigues, L.C. Gomes, S. M. Thomas, L.E. Miranda, editors. 2004. Structure and functioning of the Paraná River and its floodplain. Maringa State University Press, Paraná, Brazil.
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Anderson, L., A. Cofrancesco, E. Dibble, K. Engelhardt, K. Getsinger, W. Haller, E. Kafcas, C. Layne, C. Lembi, M. Maceina, V. Mudrak, R. Newman, F. Nibling, M. Stewart. 2004. Aquatic plant management: best management practices handbook in support of fish and wildlife habitat. The Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Foundation (AERF) Lansing, MI., pp 48.
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Austin, J.M, M.J. Chamberlain, B.D. Leopold, L.W. Burger, Jr. 2004. An evaluation of EGG and wire cage traps for capturing racoons. Wildlife Society Bulletin 32:351-356. Download
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Benson, J.F., M.J. Chamberlain, B.D. Leopold. 2004. Land tenure and home range replacement in bobcats. Journal of Mammalogy. 85:983-988. Download
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Bond, B.T., J.L. Bowman, B.D. Leopold , L.W. Burger, Jr., K.D. Godwin, C.M. Class. 2004. Demographics, morphometrics, and reproductive characteristics of eastern cottontails (Sylvilagus floridanus) in Mississippi. Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Science 220-224. Download
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Bowman, J.L., B.D. Leopold, F.J. Vilella, D.A. Gill. 2004. A spatially explicit model, derived from demographic variables, to predict attitudes toward black bear restoration. Journal of Wildlife Management 68:223-232. Download
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Boyd, M.E., G.H. Triplett, D. Lang, J. Jones, D. Gaddis, P.H. Steele, D.L. Grebner. 2004. Grazing conservation tillage corn with steers in an agroforestry environment: advantages for land owners, wildlife, and timber producers. Page 330 in Proceedings of the 2003 annual meeting of the Southern Economic Forestry Workers. Download abstract
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Burger Jr., L.W., S. Demarais, S. Edwards, J. Jones, M. Ragsdale, B. Sladek, B. Strickland, B. Watkins, B. West. 2004. Wildlife habitat improved by Quality Vegetation Management. Tree Talk Winter 2004:19-21.
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Carroll, G.D., S.H. Schoenholtz, B.W. Young, E.D. Dibble. 2004. Effectiveness of forestry streamside management zones in the sand-clay hills of Mississippi: early indications. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution: Focus 4: 275-296. Download
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Chamberlain, M.J., J.M. Constible, B.D. Leopold, K.M. Hodges, J.E.G. Burton. 2004. Relationships between landscape characteristics and space use of raccoons in two managed pine forests. Proceedings, Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 58:228-237. Download
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Davis, B.E., R.R. Cox, Jr., R.M. Kaminski. 2004. Pinpointing pintails in the Nebraska Rainwater Basin. Ducks Unlimited 68:36A-36B.
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Demarais, S. 2004. Understanding whitetails: the age, nutrition, and genetics interaction of bucks. Special 30-Year Anniversary Issue: "The Best of Texas Trophy Hunters". September, 2004 pages 126-131.
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DeYoung, R.W., L.I. Muller, S. Demarais, H.D. Guthrie, G.R. Welch, T.J. Engelken, R.A. Gonzales. 2004. Do Odocoileus Virginianus males product Y-chromosome-based ejaculates? Implications for adaptive sex ratio theories. Journal of Mammalogy 85(4):768-773. Download
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DeYoung, R.W., S. Demarais, K.L. Gee, R.L. Honeycutt, M.W. Hellickson, R.A. Gonzales. 2004. Harvest strategy affects the distribution of male breeding success and genetic structure in white-tailed deer. The Wildlife Society Annual Conference Canada. 9/2004
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DeYoung, R.W., S. Demarais, R. Honeycutt, A. Rooney, B. Gonzales, K. Gee. 2004. White-tailed deer restoration in the Southeastern United States: Genetic insights from the greatest wildlife conservation success story. Quality Whitetails 68-72.
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