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Hirmas, D.R., D. Giménez, V. Subroy, and B.F. Platt. 2013. Fractal distribution of mass from the millimeter- to decimeter-scale in two soils under native and restored tallgrass prairie. Geoderma 207-208:121–130.
Roberts, G.W., M-O. Fortier, B.S.M. Sturm, and S.M. Stagg-Williams. 2013. Hydrothermal processing of wastewater-fed microalgae for biocrude production. Energy & Fuels 27(2):857–867.
Bernhardt, P. and R. Meier. 2013. Investigation and detection of infertility factors in populations of Mead’s milkweed (Asclepias meadii). Final report to Missouri Department of Conservation (Section 6 Grant No. E-15-R-1; 4/1/2010 to 4/1/2013).
Huang, Y., L.M. Martin, F.I. Isbell, B.J. Wilsey. 2013. Is community persistence related to species diversity at planting? A test with tallgrass prairie species in a long-term field experiment. Basic and Applied Ecology 14: 199-207.
Brunsell, N.A. and C.J. Wilson. 2013. Multiscale interactions between water and carbon fluxes and environmental variables in a central US grassland. Entropy 15:1324–1341.
Eck, D.V., D.R. Hirmas, and D. Giménez. 2013. Quantifying soil structure from field excavation walls using multistripe laser triangulation scanning. Soil Science Society of America Journal 77:1319–1328.
Liu, G., S. Knobbe, and J.J. Butler, Jr. 2013. Resolving centimeter-scale flows in aquifers and their hydrostratigraphic controls. Geophys. Res. Lett. 40:1098–1103.
Seburn, D. 2013. Review of Tracks and Shadows: Field Biology as Art, by H. W. Greene. The Canadian Field-Naturalist 128:104–105.
Spiers, A.I., B.J. Haefke, W.R. Miller, and M.D. Lowman. 2013. Tardigrades in the canopy: Doryphoribius dawkinsi Michalczyk and Kaczmarek, 2010: New records from eastern Kansas, U.S.A. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 116(3/4):125–128.
Haefke, B.J., A.L. Spiers, W.R. Miller, and M.D. Lowman. 2013. Tardigrades in the canopy: Using double rope techniques to conduct sampling along vertical transects. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 116(3-4):119–124.


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