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Denning, K.R. and B.L. Foster. 2017. Flower visitor communities are similar on remnant and reconstructed tallgrass prairies despite forb community differences. Restoration Ecology Version of Record online: October 2017. doi: 10.1111/rec.12615.
Collins, C.D., C. Banks-Leite, L.A. Brudvig, B.L. Foster, W.M. Cook, E.I. Damschen, A. Andrade, M. Austin, J.L. Camargo, D.A. Driscoll, R.D. Holt, W.F. Laurance, A.O. Nicholls, and J.L. Orrock. 2017. Fragmentation affects plant community composition over time. Ecography 40: 119-130. doi:10.1111/ecog.02607.
Chang, H., H.M. Alexander, E. Mutegi, and A.A. Snow. 2017. Habitat restoration and native grass conservation: a case study of Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum). Restoration Ecology 26: 506-515.
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.
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.
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.

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