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1986
Haines, J.H., Kohler, S.A., 1986. An Evaluation of Ortho-Phenyl Phenol as a Fungicidal Fumigant for Archives and Libraries. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 25, 49-55. doi:10.1179/019713686806028078
1987
Molloy, D.P., 1987. The Ecology of Black Fly Parasites, in: Kim, K.C., Merritt, R.W. (Eds.), Black Flies: Ecology, Population Management, And Annotated World List. Penn. State Univ. Press, University Park, Pennsylvania, pp. 315-326.
1988
Funk, R.E., Walsh, J., 1988. Evidence of Late Paleo-Indian Occupation at Saratoga Lake, New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 96, 1-4.
1991
Mitchell, R.S., 1991. Ecosystem Management: Rare Species and Significant Habitats, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Steadman, D.W., 1991. Extinction of Species: Past, Present, and Future, in: Wyman, R.L. (Ed.), Global Climate Change And Life On Earth. Routledge, New York, New York, pp. 156-169.
1994
Gilotti, J.A., 1994. Eclogites and Related High-pressure Rocks from North-east Greenland, in: Higgins, A.K. (Ed.), Geology Of North-East Greenland. Geological Survey of Greenland, pp. 77-90.
1998
Mainfort, Jr., R.C., Sullivan, L.P., 1998. Explaining Earthen Enclosures, in: Mainfort, Jr., R.C., Sullivan, L.P. (Eds.), Ancient Earthen Enclosures Of The Eastern Woodlands. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, pp. 1-16.
Mainfort, Jr., R.C., Sullivan, L.P., 1998. Explaining Earthen Enclosures, in: Mainfort, Jr., R.C., Sullivan, L.P. (Eds.), Ancient Earthen Enclosures Of The Eastern Woodlands. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, pp. 1-16.
1999
Drooker, P.B., 1999. Exotic Ceramics at Madisonville: Implications for Interaction, in: Williamson, R.F., Watts, C.M. (Eds.), Taming The Taxonomy: Toward A New Understanding Of Great Lakes Archaeology. Eastendbooks, Toronto, Ontario, pp. 71-82.

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