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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.

Panoche Valley Branchiopod Crustacean Egg Bank Assessment Panoche Valley, California 2010
Pharmacy Garden at the KU School of Pharmacy University of Kansas 2010
Plant recruitment, coexistence and community assembly in developing prairie restorations KU Field Station 2010
Plants, herbivores, and parasitoids: A model system for the study of tri-trophic associations 2010
Red Bluff Branchiopod Crustacean Surveys Red Bluff, California 2010
Refining current notions of single species nutrient uptake to understand the causes and consequences of nitrogen: phosphorus stoichiometry in aquatic ecosystems. 2010
Reservoir-Off-Stream Storage Siting in Eastern Kansas Eastern Kansas 2010
Response of Phytoplankton Composition to fish Removal in Marion Reservoir Marion Reservoir, Kansas 2010
Sediment Studies of Augusta City Lake and Santa Fe (Augusta) Lake, Kansas Augusta, Kansas 2010
Soil carbon dynamics with climate change in boreal forests. 2010
StateView Program Development and Operations for the State of Kansas 2010-2011 2010
Temperature sensitivity of substrate decomposition from enzymes to microbial communities. 2010
The texture of desert landscapes: Visualizing interactions between humans and their environments 2010
Tulare Branchiopod Crustacean Surveys Tulare, California 2010
USGS Criteria for Phenological Monitoring United States 2010
Vegetation Mapping at Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, Kansas, and Homestead National Monument, Nebraska Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, Homestead National Monument 2010
Vegetation survey and mapping of Fort Riley, Kansas. 2010
Vernal Pool Bioassessment Method Development Kansas Biological Survey 2010
White City Branchiopod Crustacean Surveys White City, Oregon 2010
Biofuels and Climate Change: Farmers' Land Use Decisions Statewide 2009


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