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Kindscher, K., L.M. Martin, Q. Long, R. Craft, H. Loring, M.H.M. Sharaf, and J. Yang. 2017. Harvesting and recolonization of wild populations of Oshá (Ligusticum porteri) in southern Colorado. Natural Areas Journal, 37(2), 178–187.
Aguilar, A., A.M. Maeda-Martínez, G. Murugan, H. Obregón-Barboza, D.C. Rogers, K. McClintock, J.L. Krumm. 2017. High intraspecific genetic divergence in the versatile fairy shrimp Branchinecta lindahli with a comment on cryptic species in the genus Branchinecta (Crustacea: Anostraca). Hydrobiologia 801: 59-69.
Rogers, D.C., S.T. Ahyong, C.B. Boyko, C. D’Udekem D’Acoz, et al. 2017. Images are not and should not ever be type specimens: A rebuttal to Garraffoni & Freitas. Zootaxa 4269: 455-459.
Franz, T. E., T.D. Loecke, A.J. Burgin, Y. Zhou, T. Le, & D. Moscicki. 2017. Improved monitoring strategies for understanding greenhouse gas emissions from variable saturated landscapes. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences. doi: 10.1002/2017JG003837
Loeffler, K. 2017. Investigating potential wetland development in aging Kansas reservoirs. M.S. Thesis. Civil, Env. & Arch. Engin., Univ. KS. Kansas Biological Survey Report No. 191. 90pp.download pdf
Tsai, L.-C., D.C. Rogers, & L.-S. Chou. 2017. Mating behaviour and effects of light on the fairy shrimp Branchinella kugenumaensis (Ishikawa, 1895): a vision dominated mating system. Taiwaniana 62: 392-398.
Chaoruangrit, L., S. Plodsomboon, D.C. Rogers, and L. Sanoamuang. 2017. Morphology of mandibles and food size in two fairy shrimps (Branchiopoda: Anostraca) from Thailand. Journal of Crustacean Biology 37: 579–587.
Bowes, R.E., J.H. Thorp, and D.C. Reuman. 2017. Multivariate metrics of niche space for use with diverse analytical techniques. Nature (Scientific Reports), doi:10.1038/srep41599.
R.E. Bowes, J.H. Thorp, D.C. Reuman. 2017. Multivariate metrics of niche space for use with diverse analytical techniques. Scientific Reports 7, 41599. doi: 10.1038/srep41599
Marrone, F., D.C. Rogers, P. Zarattini, and L. Naselli-Flores (Guest Editors). 2017. New challenges in anostracan research. Hydrobiologia 801.
Marrone, F., D.C. Rogers, P. Zarattini, and L. Naselli-Flores. 2017. New challenges in anostracan research: A tribute to Graziella Mura. Hydrobiologia, 801: 1-4.
Marrone, F., D.C. Rogers, P. Zarattini, and L. Naselli-Flores. 2017. New challenges in anostracan research: Old issues, new perspectives and hot topics. Hydrobiologia, 801: 179-185.
Freeman, C.C. 2017. Nomenclatural novelties and notes in Penstemon (Plantaginaceae). Phytokeys 80: 33-39.
Graham, J.L., G.M. Foster, T.J. Williams, A.R. Kramer, and T.D. Harris. 2017. Occurrence of cyanobacteria, microcystin, and taste-and-odor compounds in Cheney Reservoir, Kansas, 2001–16: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2017–5016, 57 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/sir20175016.
Tang, M., J.D. Bever, and F.-H. Yu. 2017. Open access increases citations of papers in ecology. Ecosphere, 8(7), e01887. doi:10.1002/ecs2.1887
Whitaker, B.K., J.T. Bauer, J.D. Bever, and K. Clay. 2017. Phyllosphere microbiota induce stronger negative feedbacks than soil microbiota in four native Asteraceae. Ecology Letters, 20, 1064-1073.
Baker, D. and D. Huggins. 2017. Post-bank stabilization monitoring on the Cottonwood River – a fish survey. Kansas Biological Survey Report No. 193. 13pp.download pdf
Rogers, D.C. & B.V. Timms. 2017. Predatory morphology and behaviour in Branchinella occidentalis (Dakin, 1914) (Branchiopoda: Anostraca: Thamnocephalidae). Linnean Society of New South Wales 139: 1-8.
Harris, T.D., and J.L. Graham. 2017. Predicting cyanobacterial abundance, geosmin, and microcystin in a eutrophic drinking water reservoir using a 14-year dataset. Lake and Reservoir Management 33: 32-48.
Sheppard, L.W., P.C. Reid, D.C. Reuman. 2017. Rapid surrogate testing of wavelet coherences. European Physical Journal, Nonlinear and Biomedical Physics. In press.


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