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    • Calibrating virtual population analysis for fisheries stock assessment 

      Chen, Y.; Jiao, Y.; Sun, C. L.; Chen, X. J. (EDP SCIENCES, 2008-04)
      Virtual population analysis (VPA) is often used for assessing freshwater and marine fisheries resources. One important component in VPA is to calibrate abundance estimates with a time series of abundance indices. One of ...
    • The Capacity to Endure: Following Nature’s Lead 

      Fogarty, Frank; Villamagna, Amy; Whitley, Allen; Pippins, Kelly (MDPI, 2013-06-06)
      Many businesses today are striving to improve their environmental sustainability for a variety of reasons, ranging from consumer demand for greener products to potential cost-savings. For many business decision-makers who ...
    • Careers paths in urban forestry and arboriculture: linking higher education and professional advancement 

      Wiseman, PE; O'Herrin, K; Hauer, R; Orrick, B; Ries, P; Sivyer, D (2017-07-31)
      Urban forestry and arboriculture are tightly coupled professions whose disciplinary origins and evolution are closely interwoven. Over the past 25 years, these professions have advanced rapidly as urban forests have emerged ...
    • A case for conserving common species 

      Frimpong, Emmanuel (PLOS, 2018-02-07)
      I grew up in a country where fish were, first and foremost, food. At the age of nine or so, I started following my dad and uncle to nearby rivers to fish on weekends, and soon I learned to make my own tackle and go back ...
    • A case study of non-point source pollution in Virginia 

      Harms, Leland L.; Southerland, Elizabeth, 1949- (Water Resources Research Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1975)
    • A Case Study to Determine Drivers and Barriers of Appalachian Forest Products in Central America 

      Quesada Pineda, HJ; Lyon, Scott; Smith, Robert (Instituto Tecnologico De Costa Rica, 2012-06-04)
    • CELL 256: Role of dispersion and polar interactions in the adsorption of cellulases onto lignin 

      Roman, Maren; Jiang, Feng; Chen, Qian; Esker, Alan R.
      Residual lignin in pretreated biomass hinders its enzymatic hydrolysis. Nonionic surfactants are known to have beneficial effects on the enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass but their mechanisms of action at the ...
    • Cellulose derivatives with a low degree of substitution 

      Center for Innovative Technology; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, Inc.; Glasser, Wolfgang G.; Samaranayake, Gamini S.; Sealey, II, James E. (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1996-06-04)
      The invention is directed to the formation of cellulose derivatives using homogenous phase reaction conditions. Cellulose is dissolved using DMAc/LiCl and a reagent system is added to promote the acylation of an appropriate ...
    • Center Focus, April 2007 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2007-04)
      The Center for Forest Products Business produces a newsletter, The Center Focus, once a calendar quarter. This newsletter details upcoming events, new members, feature articles, and other happenings at the Center.
    • Center Focus, December 2006 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2006-12)
      The Center for Forest Products Business produces a newsletter, The Center Focus, once a calendar quarter. This newsletter details upcoming events, new members, feature articles, and other happenings at the Center.
    • Center Focus, December 2007 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2007-12)
      The Center for Forest Products Business produces a newsletter, The Center Focus, once a calendar quarter. This newsletter details upcoming events, new members, feature articles, and other happenings at the Center.
    • Center Focus, Fall & Winter 2008 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2008)
      The Center for Forest Products Business produces a newsletter, The Center Focus, once a calendar quarter. This newsletter details upcoming events, new members, feature articles, and other happenings at the Center.
    • Center Focus, Fall 2009 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2009)
      The Center for Forest Products Business produces a newsletter, The Center Focus, once a calendar quarter. This newsletter details upcoming events, new members, feature articles, and other happenings at the Center.
    • Center Focus, Fall 2010 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2010)
      The Center for Forest Products Business produces a newsletter, The Center Focus, once a calendar quarter. This newsletter details upcoming events, new members, feature articles, and other happenings at the Center.
    • Center Focus, Fall 2011 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2011)
      The Center for Forest Products Business produces a newsletter, The Center Focus, once a calendar quarter. This newsletter details upcoming events, new members, feature articles, and other happenings at the Center.
    • Center Focus, July 2007 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2007-07)
      The Center for Forest Products Business produces a newsletter, The Center Focus, once a calendar quarter. This newsletter details upcoming events, new members, feature articles, and other happenings at the Center.
    • Center Focus, June 2006 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2006-06)
      The Center for Forest Products Business produces a newsletter, The Center Focus, once a calendar quarter. This newsletter details upcoming events, new members, feature articles, and other happenings at the Center.
    • Center Focus, September 2006 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2006-09)
      The Center for Forest Products Business produces a newsletter, The Center Focus, once a calendar quarter. This newsletter details upcoming events, new members, feature articles, and other happenings at the Center.