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Carter, J.M., M.E. Orive, L.M. Gerhart, J.H. Stern, R.M. Marchin, J. Nagel, and J.K. Ward. 2017. Warmest extreme year in U.S. history alters thermal requirements for tree phenology. Oecologia 183(4): 1197-1210.
deNoyelles, F. Jr., V.H. Smith, J.H. Kastens, L. Bennett, J.M. Lomas, C.W. Knapp, S. Bergin, S.L. Dewey, B.R.K. Chapin, and D.W. Graham. 2016. A 21-year record of vertically migrating sub-epilimnetic populations of Cryptomonas spp. Inland Waters, 6(2): 173-184. DOI: 10.5268/IW-6.2.930 https://www.fba.org.uk/journals/index.php/IW/article/viewFile/930/550
Kindscher, K., L.M. Martin, E M. Staab, and J.M. Delisle. 2016. A Natural Areas Inventory of Douglas County in Northeast Kansas. Open-File Report No. 184. Kansas Biological Survey. Lawrence, KS. 53 pp.download pdf
Billings, S., S. Glaser, A. Boone, and F. Stephen. 2016. Nonlinear tree growth dynamics predict resilience to disturbance. Ecosphere. doi:doi:10.1890/ES15-00176.1
Campbell, S.W., C.S. Szuwalsli, V.M. Tabor, and F. deNoyelles. 2016. Challenges to reintroduction of a captive population of Topeka Shiner (Notropis Topeka) into former habitats in Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 119: 83-92.
Pisani, G. 2016. Characterization and significance of sexual dimorphism in gape size in Virginia valeriae ssp with comparisons to V. striatula. Collinsorum 5(2/3):8-17.
Hufkens, K., T.F. Keenan, L.B. Flanagan, R. Scott, C.J. Bernacchi, E. Joo, N.A. Brunsell, J. Verfaillie, and A.D. Richardson. 2016. Despite increasing aridity, climate change promotes growth of North American grasslands. Nature Climate Change, DOI: 10.1038/NCLIMATE2942. doi:10.1038/NCLIMATE2942.
Drager, K., D.R. Hirmas, and S.T. Hasiotis. 2016. Effects of ant (Formica subsericea) bioturbation on physical and hydrological properties of a fine-textured soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal 80: 364-375.
Drager, K., D.R. Hirmas, S.T. Hasiotis, and T.C. Bents. 2016. Effects of ant (Formica subsericea) nest development on physical and hydrological properties in a coarse-textured soil. Soil Science 181: 166-174.
Knapp, M. 2016. Enhanced measurement of weather and climate in natural areas through integrated networks. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 119(1): 64-68. doi:10.1660/062.119.0109.


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