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Enter keyword, year, or other criterion to search all research projects. In the full list, individual projects are listed by the project name and the year the project began.

FEW workshop proposal: Defining the opportunities and challenges for research and design strategies to support innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy, and Water Systems (INFEWS) 2015
Geographic Information System (GIS) & Remote Sensing Support Services 2015
Geographic Information Systems service provider for the implementation of the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Association’s Lesser Prairie-Chicken Range Wide Plan 2015
Grassland plant communities and systems review. 2015
Improving water quality through the implementation of forestry practices and the assessment of riparian systems in Kansas’ priority watersheds 2015
Kansas Land Cover Mapping Initiative: A 10-year update. 2015
Reservoir water quality and storage changes: Potential impacts on clean water to support healthy Kansas communities. 2015
Reservoir water supply management: Potential impacts of climate change and extreme precipitation events on reservoir water quantity and quality. 2015
Spatio-temporal climate impacts on complex ecosystems 2015
Spatio-temporal climate impacts on the ecosystems that support agriculture and fisheries 2015
Storage and transport of water and sediment through small impoundment networks: Phase I, characterization of stored sediment quality and quantity. 2015
Sustainability study of wild populations of Osha, Ligusticum porteri, in the San Juan National Forest 2015
WA2: Asheville, N.C., LiDAR DEM processing and SLIE development. 2015
2014 NPS Guam shrimp sample 2014
A GIS center for support of The Lesser Prairie Chicken Range-Wide Plan, Year 1 2014
Benthic invertebrate distribution in a seasonally stratified lake with a deep water algae belt. 2014
Biogeochemical controls on saline wetland plant establishment in Nebraska’s Eastern Saline Wetlands 2014
Building data infrastructure, network capacity, and research engagement KU Field Station 2014
Can metabolic traits limit species invasions under climate change? 2014
Continued development of a Potential Wetland Areas (PWA) in Kansas using LiDAR and the Topographic Wetland Identification Process (TWIP). 2014


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