Understanding our environment
Project Name Affiliated initiatives Body Categories Contracts Data resources Datesort ascending Funding organizations Primary Contact Published works Research approaches Research capabilities Research Location Staff Website
Forest planning at Baldwin Woods. University of Kansas Field Station

Kansas State University and U.S. Forest Service, 2017-2018, $27,972. “Forest planning at Baldwin Woods.” PI: W. Busby. Co-PI: J. Delisle.

2017 Jan-1 to 2018 Jan-1
William H. Busby
  1. William H. Busby
    Contribution: 
    PI
  2. Jennifer Delisle
    Contribution: 
    Co-PI
Guam crustacean biodiversity

National Park Service, 2017, $1,580. “Guam crustacean biodiversity.” PI: D.C. Rogers.

2017 Jan-1 to 2019 Jan-1
D. Christopher Rogers
  1. D. Christopher Rogers
    Contribution: 
    PI
Benthic macroinvertebrate sampling

Potawatomie Nation, 2017, $1,200. “Benthic macroinvertebrate sampling.” PI: D.C. Rogers.

2017 Jan-1 D. Christopher Rogers
  1. D. Christopher Rogers
    Contribution: 
    PI
Floristic quality and breeding bird assessment of sites in southeast Kansas. Kansas Natural Heritage Inventory

Funding
Kansas Department of Health & Environment and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, 2016-2018,$100,544

2016 Jan-1 to 2018 Jan-1
Kelly Kindscher
  1. William H. Busby
Data Sharing and Cooperative Agreement between the State Natural Heritage Program and NatureServe. Kansas Natural Heritage Inventory

Funding
NatureServe, $2,001, 2016-2017
Task order KS-016-FY17

2016 Jan-1 to 2017 Jan-1
Kelly Kindscher
WA3: Spring Creek (Fort Collins, Colo.) LiDAR DEM Processing and SLIE Development. Kansas Applied Remote Sensing

Funding:
Riverside Technology Inc., 2016, $4,499.

 

2016 Jan-1 Jude Kastens
Ambrosia collections University of Kansas Field Station

Funding
University of Michigan and European Egyptian Pharmaceutical Industries (EEPI), $5,000, 2016-2017

2016 Jan-1 to 2017 Jan-1
Kelly Kindscher
Environmental stress as a driver of novel mutualism formation

Funding
University of Kansas General Research Fund, $7,892, 2015-2016; $7,892, 2016-2017

2016 Jan-1 to 2017 Jan-1
Benjamin Sikes
  1. Benjamin Sikes
    Contribution: 
    PI
Reaeration and dissolved gas laboratory analysis.

Funding
National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON Inc.) and National Science Foundation, $43,042

2016 Jan-1 Terry Loecke
Collaborative research: Fire-fungal feedbacks in pyrogenic ecosystems. University of Kansas Field Station

Funding
National Science Foundation, $449,700

2016 Jan-1 to 2019 Jan-1
Benjamin Sikes

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