Understanding our environment

Kansas Natural Heritage Inventory: Publications

Long, Q., K. Kindscher. 2007. A comparison of the influence of disturbance regimes on native forbs (Kansas). Ecological Restoration 25:129-130.
Busby, W. H., G. Pisani. 2007. Welda spring field trip. Journal of Kansas Herpetology 22:12.
Busby, W. H., J. Delisle, C. C. Freeman, K. Kindscher, H. Loring, D.E. Nimz, C.J. Schmidt. 2007. A natural features inventory of the Smoky Hill ANG Range, Kansas. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Open-File Report No. 137:403 pp.download pdf
Busby, W. H. 2007. KOS joins 2007 Farm Bill coalition. The Horned Lark 34(2):3.
Applequist, W.L., D.J. McGlinn, Q. Long, M. Miller, J.S. Miller. 2007. How well do herbarium data predict the location of present populations? A test using Echinacea species in Missouri. Biodiversity and Conservation 16:1397-1407.
Nimz, D.E., W. H. Busby. 2007. The natural legacy of the Smoky Hill Air National Guard Range. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS 20 pp.
Burton, L., J. Costanza, J. Deitloff, Q. Long, C. Foerster. 2006. Influences of large mammals on seedlings in a neotropical forest. OTS 06-1: Tropical Biology - An Ecological Approach. San Jose, Costa Rica:Organization for Tropical Studies. 260-265.
Deitloff, J., K. Cramer, Q. Long, L. Marx, D. Palow, H. Rogers, L. Taylor, S. Ress, N. Wheelright. 2006. Sexual selection and the cost of mating calls in the green violet-ear hummingbird: Colibri thallassinus. OTS 06-1: Tropical Biology - An Ecological Approach. San Jose, Costa Rica:Organization for Tropical Studies. 234-240.
Costanza, J., Q. Long, J. Boland, A. Kendrick, S. Hermann. 2006. Patterns of growth in two reverse phenology spsecies in the dry tropical forest of Palo Verde National Park, Guanacaste, Costa Rica. OTS 06-1: Tropical Biology - An Ecological Approach. San Jose, Costa Rica:Organization for Tropical Studies. 44-49.
Wheat, E., D. Palow, J. Costanza, K. Cramer, E. Kirskey, Q. Long, L. Marx, C. Steiha, G. Helfman. 2006. Life aquatic: Does structurally complex habitat support greater fish diversity? OTS 06-1: Tropical Biology - An Ecological Approach. San Jose, Costa Rica:Organization for Tropical Studies. 130-137.

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