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Busby, W.H., and G.R. Pisani. 2014. Ecological studies of the smooth earth snake (Virginia valeriae) and Redbelly Snake (Storeria occipitomaculata) in Eastern Kansas. Open-file Report No. 179. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS. 65 pp.
Turner, C.R., K.L. Uy, and R.C. Everhart. 2014. Fish environmental DNA is more concentrated in aquatic sediments than surface water. Biological Conservation. 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2014.11.017
Mercer, K.L., D.L. Emry, A.A. Snow, M.A. Kost, B.A. Pace, and H.M. Alexander. 2014. Fitness of crop-wild hybrid sunflower under competitive conditions: Implications for crop-to-wild introgression. PLoS ONE DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.019001
Yun, J-H., V. H. Smith, F.J. deNoyelles, G.W. Roberts, and S.M. Stagg-Williams. 2014. Freshwater macroalgae as a biofuels feedstock: Mini-review and assessment of their bioenergy potential. Industrial Biotechnology 10:212-220.
Turner, C.R., D.J. Miller, K.J. Coyne, and J. Corush. 2014. Improved methods for capture, extraction, and quantitative assay of environmental DNA from Asian Bigheaded Carp (Hypophthalmichthys spp.) PLoS ONE 9(12): e114329. doi: 0.1371/journal.pone.0114329
Haefke, B., W.R. Miller, and M.D. Lowman. 2014. In the canopy with tardigrades and wheelchairs. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 117(1-2):119.
Pisani, G. 2014. Late season chorusing by Blanchard’s Cricket Frogs. Collinsorum (Kansas Herpetological Society) 3(1):9. April. (with Patricia A. Pisani)
Keane, B., S. Parsons, B.J. Smucker and N.G. Solomon. 2014. Length polymorphism at the avpr1a locus is correlated with male reproductive behavior in a natural population of prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68:1951-1964.
Fortier, M-O.P., G.W. Roberts, S.M. Stagg-Williams, and B.S.M. Sturm. 2014. Life cycle assessment of bio-jet fuel from hydrothermal liquefaction of microalgae. Applied Energy 122:73–82.
Martin, L.M., and B.J. Wilsey. 2014. Native-species seed additions do not shift restored prairie plant communities from exotic to native states. Basic and Applied Ecology 15: 297-304.


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