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    Ramorum Blight, sudden oak death
    (2013-06-25) Clemson University. Public Service and Agriculture
    This brochure describes Ramorum Blight, how to identify and eradicate it and how to prevent it.
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    Fort Hill : home of John C. Calhoun and Thomas Green Clemson
    (2010-06-15) Clemson University. Department of Historic Properties
    Fort Hill was the homestead of South Carolina’s eminent statesman John C. Calhoun during the last 25 years of his life. Fort Hill was the homestead of South Carolina’s eminent statesman John C. Calhoun during the last 25 years of his life.
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    The projected economic & fiscal impact of exempting military pension income from South Carolina income tax : assuming full exemption implemented following sunset of Act 272
    (2019-01-22) Clemson University. Regional Economic Analysis Laboratory; Carey, Robert T.
    This study examines the impact that exempting military pension income from South Carolina income tax would have on the state’s economy as well as state and local net government revenues. The model uses dy-namic scoring, that is, it accounts for the impact from economic changes predicted to result from the change in tax policy feeding back into state and local government revenue. This report assumes the implementation of a full exemption following the 2020 sunset of SC Act 272 of 2016.
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    State of basin report : status of blue crabs in South Carolina
    (2012-04) Clemson University. Department of Biological Sciences
    This newsletter updates the public about blue crab research in the ACE Basin NERRand is a source of information regarding the life-history, ecology and behavior of blue crabs. It is also a forum for your opinions regarding the status, health and future of the blue crab fishery in South Carolina.
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    State of basin report : status of blue crabs in South Carolina
    (2011-12) Clemson University. Department of Biological Sciences
    This newsletter updates the public about blue crab research in the ACE Basin NERRand is a source of information regarding the life-history, ecology and behavior of blue crabs. It is also a forum for your opinions regarding the status, health and future of the blue crab fishery in South Carolina.