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Winandy, J.E., H.M. Barnes, C.A. Hatfield. 2000. Roof temperature histories in matched attics in Mississippi and Wisconsin. USDA Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, Research Paper FPL-RP-589, Madison, WI, 24 pp. Download
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Zhang, J. 2000. Comparing bending fatigue life of dowel joints: Strength levels of wood and wood components vary. Modern Woodworking 14(11). 3 pp.
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Zhang, J. 2000. Research provides solutions for upholstered seating frame failures. Modern Woodworking 14(6):33-36.
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Zhang, J. 2000. Testing the ultimate bending strength of joints: How five different wood components fared. Modern Woodworking 14(8):29-32.
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Zhang, J., F. Lin, C. Eckelman, H. Gibson. 2000. A structural design model for sofa seat frames equipped with sinusoidal-type springs. Forest Products Journal 50(3):49-57.
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Schultz, T.P., T.L. Conners, P. Oldham. 1996. Rapid secondary analysis offers great potential for improving product quality. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University, Research Advances 1(2):4 pp. Download
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Amburgey, T.L. 1995. Novel Methods for Controlling Gray Stain in Logs and Lumber. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University, Research Advances 4(1):4 pp. Download
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Sellers Jr., T. 1994. Wood composites are enhancing our quality of life.  Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University, Research Advances 3(1):4 pp. Download
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Lyon, D.E. 1993. Furniture research: Key to the future of the industry in Mississippi Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University, Research Advances 2(1):4 pp. Download
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Borazjani, H., S.V. Diehl.  1992. Bioremediation: It’s working.  Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University, Research Advances 1(2):4 pp. Download
1992

    

Borazjani, H., S.V. Diehl.  1992. Composting may offer a solution to the costly wood waste handling problem. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University, Research Advances 2(2):4 pp. Download
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Stewart, H.A. 1992. Reducing wear of wood-machining tools. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Mississippi State University, Research Advances 1(1):4 pp. Download
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