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Complete list of publications for Kelly Kindscher


Kindscher, K., W.H. Busby, R. Craft, J.M. Delisle, C.C. Freeman, H. Kilroy, Q. Long, H. Loring, R. Moranz, and F.J. Norman. 2010. A natural areas inventory of Anderson and Linn Counties in Kansas. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS, Open-File Report No. 158. download pdf
Foster, B., K. Kindscher, G.R. Houseman, C. Murphy. 2009. Effects of hay management and native species sowing on plant community structure and biomass: Implications for the restoration of prairie hay meadows. Ecological Applications 19:1884-1896. Publication source
Kindscher, K., L. Byczynski. 2009. Native Prairie Hay Meadows: A Landowner's Management Guide. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS 32 pp. download pdf
Kindscher, K., F. Norman, L. Byczynski. 2009. Floristic quality of vegetation at lead and zinc mined lands in Cherokee County, Kansas. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Report No. 149:67 pp.
Kindscher, K. 2009. High Plains Horticulture: A History. Book review. Kansas History: A Journal of the Central Plains 32:82. Publication source
Kindscher, K. 2009. Plains Apache Ethnobotany. Book Review. Journal of Ethnobiology 29:365-367. Publication source
Worster, D., E. Schultz, K. Kindscher, E. Robinson, K. Gerstner. 2008. The Nature of Kansas Lands. Publication source
Kindscher, K. 2008. Vegetation and habitat along the Gila River in southwestern New Mexico. Publication source
Kindscher, K., Q. Long, L. Byczynski. 2008. Mead's milkweed reintroduction plan for Marais des Cygnes National Wildlife Refuge. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Open-file Report No. 152:12 pp. Publication source
Kindscher, K., R. Jennings, W. Norris, R. Shook. 2008. Birds, reptiles, amphibians, vascular plants, and habitat in the Gila River riparian zone in southwestern New Mexico. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Open-file Report No. 151:42 pp.
Kindscher, K., D.M. Price, L. Castle. 2008. Re-sprouting of Echinacea angustifolia augments sustainability of wild medicinal plant populations. Economic Botany 62:139-147. Publication source
Kindscher, K., W.R. Norris. 2008. Introduction. Proceedings of the First Natural History of the Gila Symposium. Las Cruces, NM:New Mexico Botanist. Publication source
Weber, M., C. Knov, K. Kindscher, R. Brown, S. Niemann, J. Chapman. 2007. Identification of medicinally active compounds in prairie plants by HPLC coupled to electron impact-mass spectrometry. American Laboratory 39:9-11. Publication source
Price, D.H., K. Kindscher. 2007. One hundred years of Echinacea angustifolia harvest in the Smoky Hills of Kansas, USA. Economic Botany 61:86-95. Publication source
Stotts, C., M. Palmer, K. Kindscher. 2007. The need for savanna restoration in the Cross Timbers. Oklahoma Native Plant Record 7:78-90. Publication source
Long, Q., K. Kindscher. 2007. A comparison of the influence of disturbance regimes on native forbs (Kansas). Ecological Restoration 25:129-130. Publication source
Foster, B., K. Kindscher. 2007. Controls on biodiversity and ecosystem function in managed grasslands. National Resource Initiative Research Highlights 2. Publication source
Foster, B., C. Murphy, K. Keller, T. Aschenbach, E.J. Questad, K. Kindscher. 2007. Restoration of prairie community structure and ecosystem function in an abandoned hayfield: A sowing experiment. Restoration Ecology 15(4):652-661. Publication source
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
Nabhan, G., K. Kindscher. 2006. Renewing the native food traditions of Bison Nation. Renewing America's Food Traditions Consortium 8 pp.

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