Note: Several references link to associated .pdf ( ), .html, and .wav (, RIFF format) files. The sounds play correctly on most web browsers, but some are low in intensity, and it may be necessary to turn up the speaker volume to hear them. Also, be careful with new soundplayers, like WindowsMedia, that filter out "noise" if you set the options incorrectly.
If your browser does not have a .pdf file reader, you can download one from the Adobe Acrobat web site. Persons with disabilities can obtain text versions of pdf files by emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org with the message http://cmave.usda.ufl.edu/[insert file name].pdf
and the URL will be mailed to you in text format.Some of the files were saved originally in a textreader-unfriendly format and have been reformatted since to be accessible to text readers. These files are indicated by a ( ) symbol.
Reading a large file may be faster if you download it first (right click, then Save link as) . If you can't download a file you need, email me to get a hard copy.
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12/31/01 Richard Mankin