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Enter keyword, year, or other criterion to search all research projects. In the full list, individual projects are listed by the project name and the year the project began.

Using individual metabolism and body size to predict climate warming impacts on aquatic food webs 2011
Vegetation assessment of Fort Riley Military Reservation, Kansas Fort Riley, Kansas 2010
Temperature Sensitivity of Substrate Decomposition from Enzymes to Microbial Communities Northeast Kansas 2010
Identification of Macroinvertebrates for Fort Riley Military Base Northeastern Kansas 2010
Haiti Earthquake Disaster Portal Haiti 2010
Agate Lake Branchiopod Crustacean Surveys Jackson County, California 2010
Assessment of the status of blowout penstemon (Penstemon haydenii S. Watson, Plantaginaceae) using molecular and morphological approaches Nebraska, Wyoming 2010
Beale Air Force Base Branchiopod Crustacean Impact Study Beale AFB, California 2010
Casmalia Branchiopod Crustacean Surveys Casmailia, California 2010
Conservation Planning for Echinacea Species U.S. and Canada 2010
Dam Breach Modeling for Medium and High Hazard Dams in Kansas—Work Statement #1 Kansas 2010
Development of Automated Extraction of Reservoir Pre-Impoundment Surfaces from Acoustic Echosounder Data Kansas 2010
Dry Season Special Crustacean Surveys Kansas 2010
ENPLAN Dry Sampling Kansas 2010
ETBC: Temperature sensitivity of substrate decomposition from enzymes to microbial communities. 2010
Evaluating the Effect of Large-Format Stereoscopic Displays on Student Learning in Introductory College Physical Geography Classes Kansas 2010
Evaluating the Effect of Large-Format Stereoscopic Displays on Student Learning in Introductory College Physical Geography Classes. 2010
FLDPLN Model Software Development Kansas 2010
Identification Keys for the Freshwater and Terrestrial Decapoda of Guam Guam, Marianas Islands 2010
Innovation Center for Advanced Plant Design: Plants for the Heartland, Year 3. 2010

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