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New Ventures | GAP Connections, 7/26/2017


Recent Publications

Understanding the past, anticipating the future: assessment of recent changes in Slovenian forestry sector using qualitative methods.  Leban, V., S. M. Pezdevsek, J. Krc, L. Zadnik-Stirn, D. G. Hodges, and M. C. Istenic.  2017.  Interconnecting Forests, Science and People, p. 68, In: Book of Abstracts from 125th Anniversary Meeting of the International Union of Forest Research Organizations, Freiburg, Germany. [Abstract]

Tree Owner’s Rights and Responsibilities Tankersley, L. A., C. Poole, S. Darnell, and S. R. Jean-Philippe.  2015.  University of Tennessee Extension Publication SP687.

Disposition of firocoxib in equine plasma after an oral loading dose and a multiple dose regimen Cox, S. K., N. Villarino, and C. S. Sommardahl.  2013.  Veterinary Journal, Nov;198(2):382-5. [Abstract]

How can Kirtland's Warbler habitat be produced and maintained for the warbler's conservation in the Bahamas?.  McKenzie, Z., E. H. Helmer, C. C. Larkin, C. Kwit, M. T. K. Roberts, J. M. Wunderle, Jr., and D. N. Ewert.  2011.  Society for the Conservation and Study of Caribbean Birds, 18th Regional Meeting, Grand Bahama, July 21-25, 2011. [Abstract]

Abundance and public education of exotic invasive weed populations along Tennessee transportation rights-of-way.  Koepke-Hill, R. M., G. R. Armel, and J.S. McElroy.  2010.  Weed Sci. Soc. of Am. Abstract (Soc. Range Manag. joint meeting) PB-13.

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Prerequisites and Minimum Criteria for Roadside Rights-of-Way.  Burgess, E. E.  2009.  E&PP Info No 799.

Wildlife hunting practices and bushmeat dynamics of the Banyangi and Mbo people of Southwestern Cameroon Willcox, A. S., and Nambu, D. M.  2007.  Biological Conservation, 134:251-261. [Abstract]

Real-Time Volumetric Flow Sensor , US Patent #5,920,018 (Intellectual property rights have been licensed to Case Corporation for mobile harvester applications through UT Research Corporation..  Wilkerson, J. B., F. H. Moody, III, and Joseph Kirby.  1999.  A cotton yield sensor is now commercially-available in The United States, Brazil, and Argentina under an agreement between Case Corporation, AgLeader Technology, and UT Research Corporation.