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1. Can calibration be used to adjust for "nonignorable" nonresponse? (id:21035)

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2. Categorizing nonresponse occurring in the 2007 June area survey (California, Kansas, New York, Virginia, and Washington) (id:43342)

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3. Price reactions after the official release of the NASS honey publication (id:21038)

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4. Assessing the effect of calibration on nonresponse bias in the 2005 ARMS phase III sample using 2002 census of agriculture data (id:43570)

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5. Assessing the effect of calibration on nonresponse bias in the 2006 ARMS phase III sample using census 2002 data (id:21033)

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6. Nonresponse in phase III of the Agricultural Resource Management Survey in Louisiana (id:21034)

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7. Pre-recorded telephone messages as an alternative to follow-up survey reminder postcards II : the effectiveness of automated telephone reminder messages used during the 2007 Pennsylvania County Estimates Survey (id:21037)

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8. Revising the estimation strategy for the Pesticide Data Program (id:21036)

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9. Safeguarding America's agricultural statistics : a century of successful and secure procedures, 1905-2005 (id:20706)

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10. Supplemental samples for the 2007 area frame : a design for estimating numbers of NML farms for the 2007 Census of Agriculture (id:20949)

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11. Modeling NML using the area frame survey (id:55332)

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12. Developing a state-of-the-art editing and imputation system for NASS' agricultural censuses and sample surveys (id:29365)

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13. Evaluation of the AGGIES automated edit and imputation system (id:33405)

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14. Evaluation of the multiyear method for estimation of crop and livestock totals (id:22167)

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15. An evaluation of list-only, reweighted, and other estimators for U.S. agricultural labor surveys (id:43557)

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16. Evaluation of the SPEER automatic edit and imputation system (id:43559)

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17. Fiber properties as components of cotton yield : the 1996 Arkansas study (id:26697)

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18. Improving the editing and imputation of live weights in the weekly slaughter survey (id:43560)

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19. Record linkage II : experience using AUTOMATCH for record linkage in NASS (id:43196)

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20. Record linkage III : experience using AUTOMATCH in a state office setting (id:43198)