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Hanberry, B.S., S.L. Edwards, S. Demarais, J.C. Jones. 2013. Small mammal responses to intensively established pine plantations in Coastal Plain Mississippi. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 37(1):53-58. Download
Munn, I.A., S.L. Edwards, K.M. Hunt, A. Hussain. 2013. Evaluating hunter satisfaction and perceptions of Mississippi's Wildlife Management Areas. Forest and Wildlife Research Center, Research Bulletin FO 436, Mississippi State University. 40 pp. Download
Jones, P.D., B. Rude, J.P. Muir, S. Demarais, B.K. Strickland, S.L. Edwards. 2010. Condensed tannin effects on white-tailed deer forage digestibility in Mississippi. Journal of Wildlife Management 74(4):707-713. Download
Jones, P.D., B.K. Strickland, S. Demarais, B. Rude, J.P. Muir, S.L. Edwards. 2010. Soils and forage quality as predictors of white-tailed deer morphometrics. Wildlife Biology 16:430-439. Download
Jones, P., A.W. Ezell, S. Demarais, S.L. Edwards. 2009. Vegetation community responses to different establishment regimes in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) plantations in southern Mississippi. Forest Ecology and Management 258:553-560. Download
Jones, P.D., S.L. Edwards, S. Demarais. 2009. White-tailed deer foraging habitat in intensively established loblolly pine plantations. Journal of Wildlife Management 73(4):488-496.Download
Jones, P.D., S. Demarais, B.K. Strickland, S.L. Edwards. 2008. Soil region effects on white-tailed deer forage protein content. Southeastern Naturalist 7(4):595-606. Download
Edwards, S. L., A. W. Ezell, S. Demarais. 2006. A comparison of planted loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) growth in areas receiving different levels of establishment regime intensity. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 23(2):1-16. Download
Edwards, S., S. Demarais. 2006. All-you-can-eat-buffet for deer. National Wild Turkey Federation, Get In The Game Spring/Summer:14-17
Edwards, S., S. Demarais, A. Ezell. 2005. Intensive pine plantation management - What does it mean from a deer’s perspective? Meade-Westvaco Newsletter.
Edwards, S., S. Demarais, A.W. Ezell. 2005. Intensively managed pine plantations: barren wastelands or potential deer habitat. Quality Whitetails 12(5):22-28.
Edwards, S.L., S. Demarais, A.W. Ezell. 2005. Intensive pine management - What does it mean from a deer’s perspective? Southern Outdoors. Fall 2005. p. 4-5.
Edwards, S.L., S. Demarais, A.W. Ezell. 2005. Intensive pine management-wildlife habitat impacts. Quail Unlimited Publication. Fall 2005.
Edwards, S.L., S. Demarais, A.W. Ezell. 2005. Intensive pine plantation management-deer habitat or barren wasteland:? Wildlife Issues. Summer 2005.
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.
Edwards, S., P. Hanberry, S. Demarais, A. Ezell, J. Jones. 2004. Effects of intensive pine plantation management on wildlife habitat quality in the Lower Coastal Plain of Mississippi during years 1 and 2 post-treatment. NCASI. 7/14/04.
Edwards, S., S. Demarais, B. Strickland. 2004. Quality vegetation management. Quality Whitetails 10(3):6 p. Download
Edwards, S., S. Demarais, B. Strickland. 2004. Quality Vegetation Management. Timberlines Spring 2004:27-30. Download
Edwards, S.L., S. Demarais, B. Watkins, B.K. Strickland. 2004. White-tailed deer forage production in managed and unmanaged pine stands and summer food plots in Mississippi. Wildlife Society Bulletin 32:739-745. Download
Edwards, S., S. Demarais, B. Watkins, B. Strickland. 2003. A deer feast in a managed pine stand? Making Tracks: Weyerhaeuser Company Hunting Club Newsletter. Winter 2003:5.
Edwards, S., S. Demarais, L.W. Burger, J. Jones. 2003. New pine forest management technique improves habitat for wildlife. Wildlife Habitat Journal 2(2):6.