Understanding our environment

Kansas Natural Heritage Inventory: Publications

Kindscher, K. 2008. Vegetation and habitat along the Gila River in southwestern New Mexico.
Kindscher, K., Q. Long, L. Byczynski. 2008. Mead's milkweed reintroduction plan for Marais des Cygnes National Wildlife Refuge. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Open-file Report No. 152:12 pp.
Kindscher, K., R. Jennings, W. Norris, R. Shook. 2008. Birds, reptiles, amphibians, vascular plants, and habitat in the Gila River riparian zone in southwestern New Mexico. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Open-file Report No. 151:42 pp.
Kindscher, K., D.M. Price, L. Castle. 2008. Re-sprouting of Echinacea angustifolia augments sustainability of wild medicinal plant populations. Economic Botany 62:139-147.
Freeman, C. C. 2008. Suffering and sex. GHF News, Newsletter of the Grassland Heritage Foundation 5.
Busby, W. H. 2008. Climate change and Great Plains birds. The Horned Lark 35(2):3.
Kindscher, K., W.R. Norris. 2008. Introduction. Proceedings of the First Natural History of the Gila Symposium. Las Cruces, NM:New Mexico Botanist.
Price, D.H., K. Kindscher. 2007. One hundred years of Echinacea angustifolia harvest in the Smoky Hills of Kansas, USA. Economic Botany 61:86-95.
Morse, C.A., C. C. Freeman, R.L. McGregor. 2007. New, corrected, and interesting records for the Kansas vascular flora. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 1:753-761.
Stotts, C., M. Palmer, K. Kindscher. 2007. The need for savanna restoration in the Cross Timbers. Oklahoma Native Plant Record 7:78-90.

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