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Marrone, F., D.C. Rogers, P. Zarattini, and L. Naselli-Flores. 2017. New challenges in anostracan research: Old issues, new perspectives and hot topics. Hydrobiologia, 801: 179-185.
Freeman, C.C. 2017. Nomenclatural novelties and notes in Penstemon (Plantaginaceae). Phytokeys 80: 33-39.
Graham, J.L., G.M. Foster, T.J. Williams, A.R. Kramer, and T.D. Harris. 2017. Occurrence of cyanobacteria, microcystin, and taste-and-odor compounds in Cheney Reservoir, Kansas, 2001–16: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2017–5016, 57 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/sir20175016.
Tang, M., J.D. Bever, and F.-H. Yu. 2017. Open access increases citations of papers in ecology. Ecosphere, 8(7), e01887. doi:10.1002/ecs2.1887
Whitaker, B.K., J.T. Bauer, J.D. Bever, and K. Clay. 2017. Phyllosphere microbiota induce stronger negative feedbacks than soil microbiota in four native Asteraceae. Ecology Letters, 20, 1064-1073.
Baker, D. and D. Huggins. 2017. Post-bank stabilization monitoring on the Cottonwood River – a fish survey. Kansas Biological Survey Report No. 193. 13pp.download pdf
Rogers, D.C. & B.V. Timms. 2017. Predatory morphology and behaviour in Branchinella occidentalis (Dakin, 1914) (Branchiopoda: Anostraca: Thamnocephalidae). Linnean Society of New South Wales 139: 1-8.
Harris, T.D., and J.L. Graham. 2017. Predicting cyanobacterial abundance, geosmin, and microcystin in a eutrophic drinking water reservoir using a 14-year dataset. Lake and Reservoir Management 33: 32-48.
Sheppard, L.W., P.C. Reid, D.C. Reuman. 2017. Rapid surrogate testing of wavelet coherences. European Physical Journal, Nonlinear and Biomedical Physics. In press.
Sikes, B.A., J. Paszalek, N.E. de Leon, and C.V. Hawkes. 2017. Regardless of N-substrate, multiple fungal root endophytes isolated from pastures outgrow and outcompete those isolated from undisturbed sites. Pedobiologia, 63, 52-58. doi:http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1016/j.pedobi.2017.05.006
Walter, J.A., J.C. Neblett†, J.W. Atkins, & H.E. Epstein. 2017. Regional and watershed scale analysis of red spruce habitat in the southeastern United States: Implications for future restoration efforts. Plant Ecology 218, 305-316.
Edens-Meier, R.M., G. Brown, J. Zweck, M. Arduser, J. Edens, T.L. Dickson, H. Nonnenmacher, E. Westhus, and P. Bernhardt. 2017. Reproductive ecology of Asclepias meadii Torr. (Apocynaceae), a federally threatened species. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 144(2): 218-229.
Kindscher, K. 2017. Review of Field Life: Science in the American West during the Railroad Era, Jeremy Vetter. Kansas History: A Journal of the Central Plains, 40(3), 224.
Kastens, J.H., J.C. Brown, A.C. Coutinho, C.R. Bishop, and J.C.D.M. Esquerdo. 2017. Soy moratorium impacts on soybean and deforestation dynamics in Mato Grosso, Brazil. PLOS ONE, 12(4): e0176168. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0176168
Walter, J.A., D.M. Johnson, and K.J. Haynes. 2017. Spatial variation in Allee effects influences patterns of range expansion. Ecography 40: 179-188.
Foster, A.E., J.A. Walter, J. Siebold, J.F. Negron, and H.H. Shugart. 2017. Spectral evidence of early-stage spruce beetle infestation in Engelmann spruce. Forest Ecology and Management 384: 347-357.
Freeman, C.C. 2017. Steyermark’s Flora of Missouri. Volume 3, revised edition (book review). J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 116: 104-105.
Reuman, D.C., L. Zhao, L.W. Sheppard, P.C. Reid, J.E. Cohen. Synchrony affects Taylor’s law in theory and data. 2017. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. In press.
Walter, J.A., L.W. Sheppard, T.L. Anderson, J.H. Kastens, O.N. Bjørnstad, A.M. Liebhold, D.C. Reuman. 2017. The geography of spatial synchrony. Ecology Letters. In press.
Song, K., A. Brewer, S. Ahmadian, A. Shankar, C. Detweiler, and A.J. Burgin. 2017. Using unmanned aerial vehicles to sample aquatic ecosystems. Limnology and Oceanography, methods: 1021-1030. doi: 10.1002/lom3.10222.


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