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  • TB207–A Manual for remote sensing of Maine lake clarity, by McCullough, Loftin, and Sader (2013)
  • TB206–Biodiversity of the Schoodic Peninsula: Results of the insect and arachnid bioblitzes at the Schoodic District of Acadia National Park, Maine, by Chandler, Manski, Donahue, and Alyokhin (2012)
  • TB205–Cost of supplemental irrigation for potato production in Maine, by Silver, Afeworki, and Criner (2011)
  • TB204–Organic milk production in Maine: Attributes, costs, and returns, by Cook, el al. (2010)

2000s

  • TB203–Recent advances in the biology and genetics of lowbush blueberry, by Bell, Rowland, Smagula, and Drummond (2009)
  • TB202–Composition and biomass of forest floor vegetation in experimentally acidified paired watersheds at the Bear Brook Watershed in Maine, by Kenlan, et al. (2009)
  • TB201–Comparison of the efficacy of sodium acid sulfate and citric acid treatments in reducing acrylamide formation in french fries, by Kim et al.  (2009)
  • TB200–Carbon and nutrients in Maine forest soils, by Fernandez (2008)
  • TB199–Ant-homopteran relationships: Relevance to ant invasion in Maine, by McPhee, Groden, and Drummond (2008)
  • TB198–Economic analysis of organic pest management strategies for wild blueberries using enterprise budgeting, by Files, Yarborough, and Drummond (2008)
  • TB197–Forest biomass estimates in Maine: Statewide, county, and spatial, by Laustsen (2008)
  • TB196–Temperature, soil moisture, and streamflow at the Bear Brook Watershed in Maine (BBWM), by Fernandez, et al. (2007)
  • TB195–Element concentrations in Maine forest vegetation and soils, by McGee, et al. (2006)
  • TB194–Hemigrapsus sanguineus (Asian shore crab) as predator of juvenile Homarus americanus (American lobster), by Demeo and Riley (2006)
  • TB193–The cost of producing milk in Maine: Results from the 2005 dairy cost of production survey, by Dalton and Bragg (2006)
  • TB192–The use of glyphosate herbicides in managed forest ecosystems and their effects on non-target organisms with particular reference to ants as bioindicators, by Guiseppe, et al. (2006)
  • TB191–Conservation and management of native bees in cranberry, by Loose, et al. (2005)
  • TB190–Spider predation in agroecosystems: Can spiders effectively control pest populations? By Maloney, Drummond, and Alford (2003)
  • TB189–The cost of producing milk in Maine: Results from the 2002 dairy cost of production survey, by Dalton and Bragg (2003)
  • TB188–Tow tank scale modeling in the design of tidal upwellers, by Riley (2003)
  • TB187–Forest vegetation monitoring in Acadia National Park, by Eckhoff, Wiersma, and Elvir (2003)
  • TB186–Assessing silviculture research priorities for Maine using wood supply analysis, by Wagner, Bowling, and Seymour (2003)
  • TB185–Designing a labeling policy for genetically modified food: Results of focus group research, by Teisl et al.       (2002)
  • TB184–Least-cost options for the collection, treatment, and disposal of biomedical waste in Maine, by Files, Allen, and Criner (2002)
  • TB183–Investment, ownership and operating costs of supplemental irrigation systems for Maine wild blueberries, by Dalton, Files, and Yarborough (2002)
  • TB182–Agricultural land changes in Maine: A compilation and brief analysis of Census of Agriculture data, 1850-1997, by Ahn et al. (2002)
  • TB181–2000 milk processing costs in Maine, by Dalton, Criner, and Halloran (2001)
  • TB180–Baseline data for long-term forest vegetation monitoring at Bear Brook Watershed in Maine, by Eckhoff and Wiersma (2002)
  • TB179–Oxygen supplementation for aquaculture biofilters, by Riley and Hagopian (2001)
  • TB178–Methods for evaluating carbon fractions in forest soils: A review, by Evans et al. (2001)
  • TB177–Evaluation of an experimental filter medium for water re-use systems, by Riley et al. (2000)
  • TB176–Agrelation: A computerized decision-making tool for Colorado potato beetle population management and environmental quality concerns, by Ziegler, et al. (2000)

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1990s

  • TB175–A numerical method for supporting database for evaluation of Maine peatlands as candidate natural areas, by Davis and Anderson (1999)
  • TB174–Maine wild blueberries field winnowing systems, by Donahue, et al. (1999)
  • TB172–Evaluation of entomopathogens for biological control of insects pest of lowbush (wild) blueberry, by Drummond and Groden (2000)
  • TB171–Investigations into the potential of measuring biodiversity in Maine’s forests with Forest Inventory and Analysis data, by Allen and Plantinga (1999)
  • TB170–The flora and plant communities of Maine peatlands, by Anderson and Davis (1998)
  • TB169–Chemical and physical properties of the Mapleton, Monson, Saddleback, and Sisk soil map units, by Rourke (1998)
  • TB168–Time-series analysis of Maine stumpage prices, by Lindahl and Plantinga (1997)
  • TB167–Management and winter hardiness of hairy vetch in Maine, by Jannick, Merrick, Liebman, and Dyck (1997)
  • TB166–Maximum entropy estimation of land use shares and transitions, by Plantinga and Miller (1997)
  • TB165–Chemical and physical properties of the Danforth, Elliottsville, Peacham, and Penquis soil map units, by Rourke (1997)
  • TB164–Precipitation chemistry at the Greenville, Maine, NADP/NTN Station 1980-1985, by Fernandez and Wortman (1997)
  • TB163–Insect predation of seeds and plant population dynamics, by Zhang, et al. (1997)
  • TB162–Red maple and white pine litter quality: Initial changes with decomposition, by Delaney et al. (1996)
  • TB161–Forestry investments and option values: Theory and estimation, by Plantinga (1996)
  • TB160–The horse flies and deer flies of Maine (Diptera, Tabanidae), by Pechuman and Dearborn (1996)
  • TB159–Drought and cold stress-induced morphometric changes in tree rings of red spruce, by Jagels, Hornbeck, and Marden (1994)
  • TB158–Milk processing and distribution costs: Maine 1993, by Howick, Criner, and Jacobs (1994)
  • TB157–Capture, care and handling of fishers (Martes pennanti), by Frost and Krohn (1994)
  • TB156–Woody landscape plant cold-hardiness ratings, by Cappiello and Littlefield (1994)
  • TB155–Chemical and physical properties of the Chesuncook, Colonel, Dixfield, and Telos soil map units, by Rourke (1994)
  • TB154–Phosphorus and potassium availability in wood ash-amended soils: An incubation study, by Ohno and Erich (1994)
  • TB153–A long-term study of an oak pine forest ecosystem: Techniques manual for the Holt Research Forest, by Witham, et al. (1993)
  • TB152–The effect of juvenile wood on the properties of aspen flakeboard, by Roos, Shottafer, and Shepard (1994)
  • TB151–The balsam gall midge–An economic pest of balsam fir Christmas trees, by Osgood, Bradbury, and Drummond (1992)
  • TB150–Water tables, soil temperatures, and morphological characteristics in selected Maine soils, by Hughes, Lesniewicz, and Rourke (1993)
  • TB149–Wood property-age relationships of natural and plantation-grown red pine, by Shepard and Shottafer (1992)
  • TB148–Alternative forage plants for native (wild) bees associated with lowbush blueberry, Vaccinium spp., in Maine, by Stubbs, et al. (1992)
  • TB147–Simulating the development of Mexican bean beetle immature stages, Epilachna varivestis Mulsant on dry beans, by Fan, Drummond, and Groden (1991)
  • TB146–The eccentric bogs of Maine: A rare wetland type in the United States, by Davis and Anderson (1991)
  • TB145–Chemical and physical properties of the Fryeburg, Lovewell, Cornish, and Charles soil map units, by Rourke (1991)
  • TB143–Reproductive phenologies of selected flowering plants in eastern Maine forests, by Hansen, Hansen, and Osgood (1991)
  • TB142–Mayflies of Maine: An annotated faunal list, by Burian and Gibbs (1991)
  • TB141–Nitrogen fertilization effects on growth and value of Eastern white pine sawlog stands on till and outwash soils, by Shepard and Reams (1992)
  • TB140–Milk processing and distribution costs: The Maine model, by Jacobs and Criner (1990)
  • TB139–Stand age and density effects on volume and specific gravity of black spruce, by Shepard, Shottafer, and Bragg (1991)
  • TB138–Variability factors involved with land application of papermill sludge, by Kraske and Fernandez (1990)
  • TB137–Chemical and physical properties of the Aurelie, Burnham, Easton, Lille, Linneus, Monadnock, Nicholville, and Tunbridge soil map units, by Rourke (1990)

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1980s

  • TB136–Methodology development for study of root influences on nitrogen mineralization, by Erich (1989)
  • TB135–The estimation of the returns to agricultural research and extension in Maine: 1951-1985, by Leiby and Adams (1989)
  • TB134–A laboratory study to assess methods for predicting pH change of ash amended forest soils, by Unger and Fernandez (1989)
  • TB133–Experimental stream applications of B.t.i. for human nuisance black fly management in the recreational area, by Gibbs, et al.  (1988)
  • TB132–An annotated bibliography of predator research in Maine, 1974-1988, by Arthur and Krohn (1988)
  • TB131–Tree improvement in the northeast: Interim summary and recommendations for selected species, by Carter, et al. (1988)
  • TB130–Sequential sampling in surveys of overwintering Larvae of spruce budworm, Choristoneura fumiferana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), by Dimond and Trial (1988)
  • TB129–Chemical control of balsam gall midge Paradiplosis tumifex Gagne (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae), by Bradbury and Osgood (1987)
  • TB128Beauveria bassiana for control of Colorado potato beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in Maine, by Storch and Dill (1987)
  • TB127–Age and thinning effects on wood properties of red spruce (Picea rubens Sarg.), by Wolcott, Shepard, and Shottafer (1987)
  • TB126–Vertical trends in the chemistry of forest soil microcosms following experimental acidification, by Fernandez (1987)
  • TB125–Fertilization of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.) in Maine shows economic potential, by Shepard and Brann (1987)
  • TB124–Chemical control of balsam twig aphid, Momdaris abietinus Koch (Homoptera: Aphididae), by Bradbury and Osgood (1986)
  • TB123–Experimental application of B.t.i. for larval black fly control: Persistence and downstream carry, efficacy, impact on non-target organisms, by Gibbs, et al. (1986)
  • TB122–Comparison of alpha-and beta-carotene content of supermarkets vs roadside stand produce in Maine, by Bushway, Yang, and Yamani (1986)
  • TB121–Patterns of tree mortality during an uncontrolled spruce budworm outbreak in Baxter State Park, 1983, by Osawa, Spies, and Dimond (1986)
  • TB120–Alternative assessment of individual dietary intake-A pilot study, by Quatromoni and Cook (1986)
  • TB119–Selected relationships for trace metals in Maine low elevation spruce-fir forest floors, by Fernandez and Czapowskyj (1986)
  • TB118–Composition of precipitation at the National Atmospheric Deposition Program/National Trends Network (NADP/NTN) site in Greenville, Maine, by Fernandez, Wortman, and Norton 1988
  • TB117–Techniques for using the growth and behavior of imprinted ducklings to evaluate habitat quality, by Hunter, Witham, and Jones (1985)
  • TB116–Integrated systems for managing potatoes in the Northeast, by White and Lazarus, eds. (1986)
  • TB115–Growth and development of the Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Say), (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) fed foliar, by Melville, et al. (1985)
  • TB114–The Lepidoptera of Maine, Part II, Section 2, by Brower (1984)
  • TB113–A field test of mating-suppression using the spruce budworm sex pheromone, by Dimond, et al. (1984)
  • TB112–Chemical control of spruce budmoth, Zeiraphera canadensis Mut. and Free. (Lepidoptera: Olethreutidae) on white spruce in Maine, by Holmes and Osgood (1984)
  • TB111–An examination of alternative investment strategies for potato market improvement funds, by Nowak and Kezis (1983)
  • TB110–The biology and ecology of Dioryctria resinosella Mutuura (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) on young red pine in Maine, by Patterson, Tracy, and Osgood (1982)
  • TB109–The Lepidoptera of Maine, Part II, The Microlepidopters, Limocodidae through Cossidae, by Brower (1982)
  • TB108–Chemical and physical properties of the Becket, Colton, Finch, Lyman, Masardis, Naumberg, and Skerry soil mapping units, by Rourke and Bull (1981)
  • TB107–Effects of some naturally occurring chemicals and extracts of non-hoist plants on feeding by spruce budworm larvae, (Choristoneura fumiferana), by Bentley, et al. (1982)
  • TB106–A transshipment model of the Maine milk industry, by McLean, Kezis, Fitzpatrick, and Metzger (1982)
  • TB105–The composition of equilibrium soil solutions from forest soil B horizons, by Fernandez and Struchtemeyer (1982)
  • TB104–An analysis of moisture content variation in eastern spruce and balsam fir in Maine, by Shottafer and Brackley (1982)
  • TB103–Factors determining potato chipping quality, by Work, Kezis, and True (1981)
  • TB102–A Markov analysis of structural change and output prediction in the New England egg industry, by Skinner  (1980)
  • TB101–The relevance of option values in benefit-cost analyses, by Reiling and Anderson (1980)
  • TB100–The aquatic insects of the Narraguagus River, Washington and Hancock counties, by Mingo and Gibbs (1980)
  • TB099–Flora of Oxford County, Maine, by Campbell and Eastman (1980)
  • TB098–Oxygen diffusion rate relationships under three soil conditions, by Bornstein, Hedstrom and Scott (1980)
  • TB097–Evapotranspiration from vegetative surfaces in Maine, by Goltz (1980)

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1970s

  • TB096–A prediction model for Maine’s potato production, by Kezis et al. (1979)
  • TB095–The black flies of Maine, by Bauer and Granett (1979)
  • TB094–Chemical and physical properties of the Boothbay, Brayton, Croghan, Monarda, Plaisted, Scantic, and Swanville soil mapping units, by Rourke and Schimdt (1980)
  • TB093–The impact of price deregulation and changes in assembly and processing costs on the marketing of milk in Maine, by Taylor, et al. (1979)
  • TB092–The aquatic insects of the St. John River Drainage of Aroostook County, Maine, by Mingo, Courtemanch, and Gibbs (1979)
  • TB091–Effect of acidity, organic matter, and sesquioxide polymers on permanent charge and pH-dependent cation exchange Caribou loam, by Brown and Hutchinson (1979)
  • TB090–The effects of spraying with Sevin-4-oil on insect pollinators and pollination in a spruce-fir forest, by Miliczky and Osgood (1979)
  • TB089–Motor and electric activity of the duodenum of broilers, by Mba-Mezoui, Bird, and Chawan (1979)
  • TB088– Descriptive and comparative studies of Maine lakes, by Davis, et al. 1978
  • TB087–Delivery costs per package on whole-sale milk routes–a comparison of two methods of cost allocation, by Flanders and Metzger (1977)
  • TB086–Waterfowl population as related to habitat changes in bog wetlands of the Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, by Fefer (1977)
  • TB085–A new potato scab problem in Maine, by Manzer et al. (1977)
  • TB084–Controlling the Saratoga spittlebug in young red pine plantations by the removal of alternate hosts, by Linnane and Osgood (1976)
  • TB083–Insecticidal control of potato infesting aphids in northeastern Maine, by Simpson and Storch (1976)
  • TB082–Potential of softwood thinnings and standing dead softwood as a source of wood pulp, by Chase and Young (1976)
  • TB081–Investigations of the life history and habits of Pityokteines sparsus (Coleoptera: Scolytidae), by Hosking and Knight (1976)
  • TB080–Scanning electron microscopy of insects: techniques for the novice, by Hosking et al. (1976)
  • TB079–The economic impact of expanding the federal milk order into northern New England, by Metzger and Webster (1976)
  • TB078–Food habits and body measurements of mourning doves in southwestern Maine, by Schemnitz (1975)
  • TB077–Paths out of poverty: Research in the Northeast (1976)
  • TB076–Production of Entomophthora resting spores for biological control of aphids, by Soper, et al.  (1975)
  • TB075–Chemical and physical properties of the Bangor, Dixmont, Caribou, Conant, Perham, and Daigle soil mapping units, by Rourke and Bangs (1975)
  • TB074–Eastern spruce flakeboard resin distribution and decorative panel evaluation, by Kelly, Kutscha, and Shuler (1975)
  • TB073–Estimating heat consumption in kiln drying lumber, by Shottafer and Shuler (1974)
  • TB072–Selection for type and milk production in dairy cattle, by Dickey (1974)
  • TB071–Fiber analysis and distribution in the leaves, juvenile stems and roots of ten Maine trees and shrubs, by Hyland (1974)
  • TB070–Physical and chemical changes associated with the development of the lowbush blueberry fruit Vaccinium angustifolium Ait., by Ismail and Kender (1974)
  • TB069–Variability of drought in the Northeast, by Epstein (1974)
  • TB068–Sequential surveys for the pine leaf chermid, by Dimond (1974)
  • TB067–Pilot study of the use of pulpwood chipping residue for producing particle board in Maine, by Shuler (1974)
  • TB066–A list of the Lepidoptera of Maine–Part I, the Macrolepidoptera, by Brower (1974)
  • TB065–The commercial potential of puckerbrush pulp, by Chase, Hyland, and Young (1973)
  • TB064– Low temperature injury to apple trees in Maine, by Hilborn and Stiles (1986)
  • TB063–Variations in foliar nutrient concentrations in red spruce, by Schomaker (1973)
  • TB062–The suitability of using fluorescence microscopy for studying lignification in balsam fir, by Kutscha and McOrmond (1972)
  • TB061–Properties of plantation grown red pine related to its utilization, by Shottafer, Kutscha, and Hale (1972)
  • TB060–Survey of internal parasites of potato infesting aphids in northeastern Maine, by Shands, Simpson, and Gordon (1972)
  • TB059–Soil characteristics of nesting sites of solitary bees associated with the lowbush blueberry in Maine, by Osgood (1972)
  • TB058–Further evaluation of entomogenous fungi as a biological agent of aphid control in northeastern Maine, by Shands, Simpson, Hall, and Gordon (1972)
  • TB057–Effects of cultural methods for controlling aphids on potatoes in northeastern Maine, by Shands, Simpson, and Murphy (1972)
  • TB056–Effects of differing abundance levels of aphids and of certain virus diseases upon yield and virus disease spread in potatoes, by Shands, et al. (1972)
  • TB055Food lists of Hippodamia (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae), by Vaundell and Storch (1972)
  • TB054–Importance of arthropod predators in controlling aphids on potatoes in northeastern Maine, by Shands, et al.  (1972)
  • TB053–The suitability of certain stains for studying lignification in balsam fir, Abies balsamea (L6) Mill, by Kutscha and Gray (1972)
  • TB052–Seasonal population trends and productiveness of the potato aphid on swamp rose in Northeastern Maine, by Shands, Simpson, and Wave (1971)
  • TB051–Seasonal history of the buckhorn aphid and suitability of alder-leaved buckhorn as a primary host in northeastern Maine, by Shands and Simpson (1971)
  • TB050–Intestinal absorption of amino acids in vitro with special reference to the chicken: review of findings and methodology, by Lerner (1971)
  • TB049–Puckerbrush pulping studies, by Chase, Hyland, and Young (1971)
  • TB048–The water beetles of Maine: Including the families Gyridiae, Haliplidae, Dytiscidea, Noteridae, and Hydrophilidae, by Malcom (1971)
  • TB047–The relationship of fibril angle to certain factors in plantation-grown red pine, by Shumway, Kutscha, and Shottafer (1971)
  • TB046–Chemical and physical properties of the Allagash, Hermon, Howland, and Marlow soil mapping units, Rourke (1970)
  • TB045–Foreign woods utilized in Maine—1969, by Kutscha and Emery (1970)
  • TB044–The fluorescent antibody technique in the diagnosis of avian encephalomyelitis, by van der Heide (1970)
  • TB043–Field recognition of the larvae of native Coccinellidae, common to the potato fields of Aroostook County, by Storch (1970)
  • TB042–The mycotoxic effects of fungi isolated from poultry feed ingredients, by Barden et al.  (1970)
  • TB041–The potential of lignin research, by Kutscha and Gray (1970)

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1960s

  • TB040–Effect of dietary charges on the tissue composition of rats, by Radke, DeHaas, and Gabrielson (1969)
  • TB039–Canada plum, Prunus nigra Aiton, as a primary host of the green peach aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulzer), in northeastern Maine, by Shands, Simpson and Wave (1969)
  • TB038–Utilization of amino acids from protein by the growing rat, efficiency of carcass protein formation, by Radke, DeHaas, and Cook (1969)
  • TB037–Economic analysis of camping-oriented recreation firms: Part two: Manual for Maine outdoor recreation firm simulation, by Grueter (1969)
  • TB036–Economic analysis of camping-oriented recreation firms: Part one: Simulation of a recreactional firm: Flow chart and computer program, by Grueter (1969)
  • TB035–Alpine soils on Saddleback Mountain, Maine, by Bockheim and Struchtemeyer (1969)
  • TB034–Chemical and physical properties of the Charlton, Sutton, Paxton and Woodbridge soil series, by Rourke and Beek (1969)
  • TB033–Utilization of amino acids from protein: Manual of procedures, by DeHaas, et al.  (1968)
  • TB032–Evaluation of soil sites for white pine in Maine, by Stratton and Struchtemeyer (1968)
  • TB031–The Chemical Properties of Seven Agricultural Soil Series and Their Relationship to Soil Fertility, by Hutchinson (1968)
  • TB030–A critical evaluation of results from spectrographic analysis of plant tissue, by Carpenter, et al. (1968)
  • TB029–Soil-water, chemical and physical characteristics of eight soil series in Maine, by Rourke and Beek (1968)
  • TB028–Weight, nutrient element and productivity studies of seedlings and saplings of eight tree species in natural ecosystems, by Young and Carpenter (1967)
  • TB027–Fresh and dry weight, nutrient elements and pulping characteristics on northern white cedar, by Dyer (1967)
  • TB026–Native bees bees associated with the low-bush blueberry in Maine and eastern Canada, by Boulanger, et al. (1967)
  • TB025–The effect of stand factors on the productivity of wheeled skidders in eastern Maine, by Harvey and Corcoran (1967)
  • TB024–The caddisflies (Trichoptera) of Maine excepting the family Hydroptilidae, by Blickle and Morse (1966)
  • TB023–Studies concerning the retention of organic materials in clays, by Frost and Gausman (1966)
  • TB022Design, construction and calibration of a laboratory rainfall simulator, by Epstein and Grant (1974)
  • TB021–Relationships of proteins, essential fatty acids and cholesterol in the rat and mouse, by Radke, et al.  (1966)
  • TB020–Preliminary tables of some chemical elements in seven tree species in Maine, by Young, Carpenter, and Altenberger (1965)
  • TB019–Parasites of potato-infesting aphids in Northeastern Maine, by Shands, et al. (1965)
  • TB018–Mensuration methods for site classification of shade tolerant tree species, by Hoar and Young (1965)
  • TB017–Fiber weight and pulping characteristics of the logging residue of seven tree species in Maine, by Young and Chase (1965)
  • TB016–The effect of stress on the formation of tissue lipid from dietary protein, by Radke, DeHaas, and Jacobs (1965)
  • TB015–The standardization of symbols in forest mensuration (1965)
  • TB013–The use of aerial photographs in studies of marsh vegetation, by Olson (1964)
  • TB012–Preliminary fresh and dry weight tables for seven tree species in Maine, by Young, Strand, and Altenberger (1964)
  • TB011–Speculation on recovery of rubidium from clays, by Gausman and Frost (1964)
  • TB010–A comparison of arch-yarding and ground-skidding of pine sawlogs in the University of Maine forest, by Corcoran, Plummer, and Taylor (1964)
  • TB009–Newcastle disease virus activity and volume of amniotic allantoic fluid in chicken embryos from flocks with different vaccinations, by Chute, et al. (1964)
  • TB008–Enzyme levels in birds, by McDaniel, Dempsey, and Chute (1964)
  • TB007–Scheduling of pallet trucks in pulpwood operations, by Corcoran (1964)
  • TB006–Importance of entomogenous fungi in controlling aphids on potatoes in northeastern Maine, by Shands, Simpson, and Hall (1963)
  • TB005–Effects of factorially combined levels of sulphur and magnesium on potato plants, Solanum tuberosum, by Gausman and Estes (1963)
  • TB004–The crane flies of Maine, by Alexander (1963)
  • TB003–Studies concerning effects of chloride and potassium on the nutrition of potato plants, Solanum tuberosum, by Gausman (1962)
  • TB002–Physical properties and moisture relationships of some representative Maine soil types, by Grant and Epstein (1962)
  • TB001–Effect of dietary protein and fat on the deposition of C14 from Rhodospirillum rubrum in rats conditioned to a low protein, by Radke, Norberg, and Gabrielson (1962)

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