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Barnes, H.M., H.A. Stewart, R.J. Murphy. 2004. Vapor boron treatment of composites reduces tool wear. Forest Products Journal 54(10):69-73. Download
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Barnes, H.M., T.L. Amburgey, M.G. Sanders. 2004. Performance of zinc-based preservative systems in ground contact. Wood Design Focus 14(2):13-17. Download
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Barnes, H.M., T.L. Amburgey, T.E. Connors. 2004. Crosstie species identification and defect guide. Railway Tie Association. Fayetteville, GA.
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Borazjani, H., S.V. Diehl, H.S. Stewart, K.A. Brasher. 2004. Composting research targets forest products and poultry industries. BioCycle 45(5):42-44.
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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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Diehl, S.V., T.C. McElroy, M.L. Prewitt. 2004. Development and Implementation of a DNA RFLP Database for Wood Decay and Wood Associated Fungi. International Research Group on Wood Preservation IRG 35, IRG/WP 04-10527: 1-18.
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Freeman, M.H., D.D Nicholas, D. Renz, R. Buff. 2004. PXTS: A Metal Free Oligomer Wood Preserving System—A summary of Data to Date. American Wood-Preservers’ Association 99:167-186.
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Freeman, M.H., D.D Nicholas, D. Renz, R. Buff. 2004. PXTS: A Metal Free Oligomer Wood Preserving System—A summary of Data to Date. International Research Group on Wood Preservation. Document #IRG/WP 04-30350.
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Hunter, S.L. 2004. Lean Manufacturing for the Upholstered Furniture Industry: An Overview. Upholstery Design & Management, UDM, June, 2004.
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Hunter, S.L. 2004. Ten steps to lean production. Steps nine and ten: Pokayoke, autonomation and computer integrated manufacturing. Part nine and ten. Furniture Design and Manufacturing (June 2004):20-23.
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Hunter, S.L. 2004. Ten steps to lean production: Lean production vendors. Part eight. Furniture Design and Manufacturing (May 2004):18-19.
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Hunter, S.L. 2004. The ten steps to lean production. Step five: Refining the lean production system. Part six. Furniture Design and Manufacturing (Mar. 2004):32-35.
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Hunter, S.L. 2004. The ten steps to lean production. Step four: Reliability through integrating preventive maintenance. Part five. Furniture Design and Manufacturing (Jan. 2004):2-5.
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Hunter, S.L. 2004. The ten steps to lean production. Steps six and seven: Inventory and production control via kanban. Part seven. Furniture Design and Manufacturing (April 2004):22-25.
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Hunter, S.L., S. Bullard, P.H. Steele. 2004. Lean production in the furniture industry: The double D assembly cell. Forest Products Journal 54(4):32-38.
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