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B. Miller, Dalton, D., Brewer, L. J., and Walton, V. M., Sustainable Hazelnut Production: Filbertworm Control by Mating Disruption. 2018.
M. F. Miller, Goodson, W. H., Manjili, M. H., Kleinstreuer, N., Bisson, W. H., and Lowe, L., Low-Dose Mixture Hypothesis of Carcinogenesis Workshop: Scientific Underpinnings and Research Recommendations., Environ Health Perspect, 2017.
R. F. Miller, Baisan, C., Rose, J., and Pacioretty, D., Pre-and post-settlement fire regimes in mountain big sagebrush steppe and aspen: the northwestern Great Basin, Final report, 2001.
R. F. Miller, Ratchford, J., Roundy, B. A., Tausch, R. J., Hulet, A., and Chambers, J., Response of Conifer-Encroached Shrublands in the Great Basin to Prescribed Fire and Mechanical Treatments, Rangeland Ecology & Management, vol. 67, no. 5, pp. 468 - 481, 2014.
W. Miller, Halverson, B., and Langellotto, G., An Educator’s Guide to Vegetable Gardening, Extension Publication, 2011.
R. F. Miller and Schmisseur, W. E., 1980 Progress Report -- Research in Rangeland Management: Economics of Spraying Sagebrush, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1980.
R. E. Miller, McIver, J., Howes, S. W., and Gaeuman, W. B., Assessment of soil disturbance in forests of the interior Columbia River basin: a critique, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR, 2010.
R. F. Miller, Doescher, P. S., and Purrington, T., Dry-wet cycles and sagebrush in the Great Basin, Management in the Sagebrush Steppes. Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station Special Report, vol. 880, pp. 8–15, 1991.
R. F. Miller and Waichler, W., Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center Annual Report 1998: Old Growth Juniper Woodlands, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1998.
T. W. Miller, Bosley, K. L., Shibata, J., Brodeur, R. D., Omori, K., and Emmett, R., Use of mixing models for Humboldt squid diet analysis: Reply to Field et al. (2014), Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 500, pp. 287 - 290, 2014.
G. W. Miller, Labut, E. M., Lebold, K. M., Floeter, A., Tanguay, R. L., and Traber, M. G., Zebrafish (Danio rerio) fed vitamin E-deficient diets produce embryos with increased morphologic abnormalities and mortality., J Nutr Biochem, vol. 23, no. 5, pp. 478-86, 2012.
R. F. Miller and Vavra, M., 1974 Prog. Rept.--Beef Cattle Research-Eastern Oregon Exp. Sta., Union: Quality of the Diet and Intake of Steers Grazing a Forest Clearcut, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1974.
J. C. Miller, International Collaboration On Biodiversity Research: A Practical, Conceptual, and Empirical Perspective, Naresuan Phayao Journal, 2009.
R. F. Miller and Rose, J. A., Growth and carbon allocation of Agropyron desertorum following autumn defoliation, Oecologia, vol. 8950292843334212317414358187664226239561822473, no. 4, pp. 482 - 486, 1992.
B. Miller, Black Vine Weevil Identification and Scouting Guide for Blueberry Growers, 2010 Annual Blueberry Commission Meeting. 2010.
R. F. Miller and Rose, J. A., EOARC Annual Report, Special Report 923: The Historic Expansion of Western Juniper in Southeastern Oregon, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1993.
R. F. Miller, Krueger, W. Clement, and Riegel, G. M., Understory vegetation response to increasing water and nitrogen levels in a Pinus ponderosa forest in northeastern Oregon, 1991.
R. Miller, Waichler, W., and Doescher, P. S., OLD GROWTH WESTERN JUNIPER WOODLANDS', History, Ecology, and Management, p. 57, 1999.
R. F. Miller, Eddleman, L. E., and , Spatial and temporal changes of sage grouse habitat in the sagebrush biome. 2000.
R. F. Miller, Doescher, P. S., and Wang, J., Response of Artemisia tridentata ssp. wyomingensis and Stipa thurberiana to Nitrogen Amendments, American Midland Naturalist, vol. 125, no. 1, p. 104, 1991.
C. Millar, Neilson, R., Bachelet, D., Drapek, R., and Lenihan, J., CHAPTER THREE CLIMATE CHANGE AT MULTIPLE SCALES, Forests, Carbon and Climate Change, p. 31, 2006.
C. Miles, Granatstein, D., Huggins, D., Jones, S., and Myers, J., Pacific Northwest (U.S.): Diverse, movements toward sustainability amid a variety of challenges, in Gliessman, S.R. and M. Rosemeyer (Eds). The Conversion to Sustainable Agroecosystems: Principles, Processes, and Practices, Advances in Agroecology Series., Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press Taylor and Francis Group, 2010, pp. 91-116.
R. Mikutta, Kleber, M., Kaiser, K., and Jahn, R., Removal of Organic Matter from Soils using Hydrogen Peroxide, Sodium Hypochlorite and Disodium Peroxodisulfate, Soil Science Society of America Journal, vol. 69, 2005.
R. Mikutta, Kleber, M., and Jahn, R., Poorly crystalline minerals protect organic carbon in clay subfractions from acid subsoil horizons, Geoderma, vol. 128, no. 1-2, pp. 106 - 115, 2005.
R. Mikutta, Kleber, M., Torn, M. S., and Jahn, R., Stabilization of Soil Organic Matter: Association with Minerals or Chemical Recalcitrance?, Biogeochemistry, vol. 77, no. 1, pp. 25 - 56, 2006.

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