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White pine as wildlife habitatAuthor(s): Mariko Yamasaki
Source: In: Managing white pine in a new millennium 2003 workshop proceedings; 2003 October 9-10; Hillsborough, NH. Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extention: 33-36.
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Station: Northern Research Station
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CitationYamasaki, Mariko. 2003. White pine as wildlife habitat. In: Managing white pine in a new millennium 2003 workshop proceedings; 2003 October 9-10; Hillsborough, NH. Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extention: 33-36.
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