Understanding our environment
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Vernal pool crustacean surveys

A. Teichert & Son, 2017, $1,580. “Vernal pool crustacean surveys.” PI: D.C. Rogers.

2017 Jan-1 D. Christopher Rogers
  1. D. Christopher Rogers
    Contribution: 
    PI
Synthesizing population and community synchrony to understand drivers of ecological stability across LTER sites. University of Kansas Ecosystems Research Group

Funding
Long Term Ecological Research Network Communications Office, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, 2017-2018, $106,000

 

2017 Jan-1 to 2018 Jan-1
Dan Reuman
  1. Contribution: 
    PI
    Person name (if not KBS employee): 
    Lauren Hallett
  2. Contribution: 
    Co-PI
    Person name (if not KBS employee): 
    Katherine Suding
  3. Dan Reuman
    Contribution: 
    Co-PI
Ethnobotanical research, mapping and monitoring on the Rio Grande National Forest.

U.S. Forest Service, $5,000, 2017-2022. “Ethnobotanical research, mapping and monitoring on the Rio Grande National Forest.” PI: K. Kindscher.

2017 Jan-1 to 2022 Jan-1
  1. Kelly Kindscher
    Contribution: 
    PI
Identifying potential project areas for the protection of natural and cultural resources in Douglas County, Kansas.

Douglas County Heritage Conservation Council, $104,457, 2017-2019. “Identifying potential project areas for the protection of natural and cultural resources in Douglas County, Kansas.” PI: J. Delisle. Co-PI: K. Kindscher.

2017 Jan-1 to 2019 Jan-1
Jennifer Delisle
  1. Jennifer Delisle
    Contribution: 
    PI
  2. Kelly Kindscher
    Contribution: 
    Co-PI
Geographic Information System (GIS) & remote sensing support services. Kansas Applied Remote Sensing

Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, $66,130, 2017-2018. “Geographic Information System (GIS) & remote sensing support services.” PI: M. Houts. Co-PI: K. Kindscher.  

2017 Jan-1 to 2018 Jan-1
Mike Houts
  1. Mike Houts
    Contribution: 
    PI
  2. Kelly Kindscher
    Contribution: 
    Co-PI
Fish tissue selenium body burden study on Bull Creek for the CHS Refinery (McPherson, KS). Central Plains Center for BioAssessment

In 2017 we collected sediment, water, and fish from Bull Creek in McPherson KS to determine background levels of selenium and potential impacts by the CHS Refinery. 

Investigators: PI Debbie Baker, Co-PI Don Huggins.

Funding: CHS Refinery
 

CHS Refinery, 2017-2018, $23,000. “Fish tissue selenium body burden study on Bull Creek for the CHS Refinery (McPherson, Kan.).” PI: D. Baker.

Water Resources
2017 Jan-1 to 2018 Jan-1
Aquatic Ecology Products and Services Bull Creek, McPherson KS
Management and restoration of Miami County properties.

Baum, J. (private funder), $17,000, 2017-2018. “Management and restoration of Miami County properties.” PI: K. Kindscher.

Baum, J. (private funder), $9,828, 2018-2019. “Management and restoration of Miami County properties.” PI: K. Kindscher.

2017 Jan-1 to 2019 Jan-1
Kelly Kindscher
  1. Kelly Kindscher
    Contribution: 
    PI
Dimensions US-China: Collaborative research: Microbe eco-evolutionary feedbacks as drivers of plant coexistence, diversity gradients, and overyielding. University of Kansas Ecosystems Research Group

National Science Foundation-Dimensions of Biodiversity, 2017-2022, $1.7M. “Dimensions US-China: Collaborative research: Microbe eco-evolutionary feedbacks as drivers of plant coexistence, diversity gradients, and overyielding.” PI: J. Bever. Co-PIs: P. Schultz, B. Sikes, B. Foster, H. Alexander.

2017 Jan-1 to 2022 Jan-1
Jim Bever
  1. Jim Bever
  2. Peggy Schultz
    Contribution: 
    Co-PI
  3. Benjamin Sikes
    Contribution: 
    Co-PI
  4. Bryan Foster
    Contribution: 
    Co-PI
  5. Contribution: 
    Co-PI
    Person name (if not KBS employee): 
    Helen Alexander
    Organization: 
    University of Kansas
Collaborative research: Modelling and inference for spatiotemporal climate impacts on complex ecosystems. University of Kansas Ecosystems Research Group

National Science Foundation, $426,609, 2017-2020. “Collaborative research: Modelling and inference for spatiotemporal climate impacts on complex ecosystems.” PI: D. Reuman. Co-PI: E. Van Vleck.  

2017 Jan-1 to 2020 Jan-1
National Science Foundation Dan Reuman
  1. Dan Reuman
    Contribution: 
    PI
  2. Contribution: 
    Co-PI
    Person name (if not KBS employee): 
    E. Van Vleck
Edwards Air Force Base crustacean biodiversity

Ardea Consulting, 2017, $24,573. “Edwards Air Force Base crustacean biodiversity.” PI: D.C. Rogers.

2017 Jan-1 D. Christopher Rogers
  1. D. Christopher Rogers
    Contribution: 
    PI

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