Understanding our environment

Kansas Natural Heritage Inventory: Publications

Kindscher, K., A. Fraser. 2000. Planting forbs first provides greater species diversity in tallgrass prairie restorations. Ecological Restoration 18:115-116.
Kindscher, K. 1999. The uses of Echinacea angustifolia and other Echinacea species by Native Americans in the Great Plains. American Herbal Products Association.
Freeman, C. C. 1999. Discovery at Dingus Natural Area. Plains Keeper Winter/Spring 1999:4.
Freeman, C. C. 1999. KWS endorses Teaming with Wildlife Initiative. Kansas Wildflower Society Newsletter 21:47-48.
Lauver, C., K. Kindscher, D. Faber-Langendoen, R. Schneider. 1999. A classification of the natural vegetation of Kansas. Southwestern Naturalist 44:421-444.download pdf
Aschenbach, T., K. Kindscher. 1999. The tallgrass restoration handbook for prairies. Restoration Ecology 7:212-214.
A. Fraser, K. Kindscher. 1999. Tree spade used to establish wetland grasses, rushes, and sedges. Ecological Restoration 17:162-163.
Delisle, J., C. C. Freeman. 1999. A survey for protected and rare species and exemplary natural areas on the McConnell Air Force Base in Sedgwick County, Kansas. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Report No. 94:47 pp.
Busby, W. H., S.T. Patti, M. Rader. 1999. Summer record of the Rufous-crowned Sparrow in Kansas. Bulletin of the Kansas Ornithological Society 50:27-28.
Debinski, D.M., K. Kindscher, M. Jakubauskas. 1999. A remote sensing and GIS-based model of habitats and biodiversity in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. International Journal of Remote Sensing 20(17):3281-3292.


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