Understanding our environment
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Soil Microbial Communities: Critical roles in Control of Non-Native Invasive Species and restoration of Ecosystem Functions. University of Kansas Field Station

PI: P. Schultz. Co-PI: J. Bever.
 

Funding
Indiana University and Dept. of Defense, $470,411

2016 Jan-1 to 2018 Jan-1
Peggy Schultz
A foundation for a biogeography of synchrony.

University of Kansas General Research Fund, $14,989, 2016-2017. “A foundation for a biogeography of synchrony.” PI: D. Reuman.

2016 Jan-1 to 2017 Jan-1
Dan Reuman
  1. Dan Reuman
    Contribution: 
    PI
Examining water and sediment storage capacity in small impoundments: Sediment capturing opportunity in the upstream of the watersheds.

PI: V. Rahmani. Co-PIs: F. deNoyelles, D. Huggins, J. Kastens, E. Martinko.

Funding: U.S. Geological Survey, Kansas Water Resources Institute, $90,065, 2016-2018

2016 Jan-1 to 2018 Jan-1
  1. Contribution: 
    PI
    Person name (if not KBS employee): 
    Vahid Rahmani (3386)
  2. Donald Huggins
    Contribution: 
    Co-PI
  3. Jude Kastens
    Contribution: 
    Co-PI
  4. Contribution: 
    Co-PI
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    Co-PI
2016 NPS Guam Shrimp sample program.

National Park Service, $7,643, 2016-2017. “2016 NPS Guam Shrimp Sample Program.” PI: D.C. Rogers.

2016 Jan-1 to 2017 Jan-1
D. Christopher Rogers
  1. D. Christopher Rogers
    Contribution: 
    PI
Renovation of 21 experimental ponds: Empty basins, repair plumbing, scrape and smooth bottoms. University of Kansas Field Station

PI: J. DeNoyelles.

Funding: $7,500, 2016, KU internal award.

2016 Jan-1
Mosquito taxonomic identification.

National Science Foundation and National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON Inc.), $48,019, 2016-2017. “Mosquito taxonomic identification.” PI: D.C. Rogers.

2016 Jan-1 to 2017 Jan-1
D. Christopher Rogers
  1. D. Christopher Rogers
    Contribution: 
    PI
CHAT GIS and metadata manager.

PI: M. Houts. Co-PIs: S. Egbert, E. Martinko.

Funding: Western Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies, $5,250.

2016 Jan-1 to 2017 Jan-1
Mike Houts
State View Program Development and Operations for the State of Kansas. Kansas Applied Remote Sensing

State View Program Development and Operations for the State of Kansas.

U.S. Geological Survey; AmericaView Inc., July 2016-June 2017, $23,500. PI: S. Egbert.
U.S. Geological Survey; AmericaView Inc., August-November 2017, $30,999.  PI: S. Egbert.
U.S. Geological Survey; AmericaView Inc., 2018-2019, $23,500. PI: Dana Peterson.

2016 Jan-1 to 2019 Jan-1
  1. Contribution: 
    PI
  2. Dana Peterson
    Contribution: 
    PI
CNH-L: Scale-dependent feedbacks among protected areas and surrounding socio-ecological systems.

Northern Arizona University and the National Science Foundation, $72,511, 2016-2020. CNH-L: Scale-dependent feedbacks among protected areas and surrounding socio-ecological systems.” PI: B. Sikes.

2016 Jan-1 to 2020 Jan-1
Benjamin Sikes
  1. Benjamin Sikes
    Contribution: 
    PI
Innovations in global flood inundation modeling for improved geospatial analysis.

Funding
KU RIC $10,000
 

2016 Jan-1 Jude Kastens

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