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Kansas Natural Heritage Inventory: Publications

Freeman, C. C., C. Morse, J.P. Thurmond. 2003. The vascular flora of the Ogallala Ecotone on the Dempsey Divide, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. Sida 20:1217-1245.
Freeman, C. C., C. Morse, R.L. McGregor. 2003. New vascular plant records for the grassland biome of central North America. Sida 20:1289-1297.
Barnes, C.C., M.K. Smalley, K.P. Manfredi, K. Kindscher, H. Loring, D.M. Sheeley. 2003. Characterization of an anti-tuberculosis resin glycoside from the prairie medicinal plant Ipomoea leptophylla. Journal of Natural Products 66:1457-1462.
Aschenbach, T., K. Kindscher. 2003. Comparison of planting treatments in a tallgrass prairie restoration. North American Prairie Conference 44-48.
Freeman, C. C., W. H. Busby, J. Delisle, W. Kettle, K. Kindscher, H. Loring, C. Morse, V. Salisbury. 2003. A natural areas inventory of the Ft. Leavenworth Military Reservation, Leavenworth County, Kansas. II. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Report No. 117:199 pp.download pdf
Kettle, W., K. Kindscher, J. Delisle. 2002. Preliminary analysis of historic vegetation along the Marais des Cygnes River (Kansas). Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Report No. 106.
Busby, W. H. 2002. Kansas recovery plan for the Snowy Plover (Charadrius alexandrinus). Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks 45 pp.
Freeman, C. C., C. Morse. 2002. Kansas floristic quality assessment: Coefficients of conservatism for plants in southeast Kansas. Kansas Department of Health and Environment 15 pp.C.
Debinski, D.M., M. Jakubauskas, K. Kindscher. 2002. Predicting habitat distribution and species occurrences in Grand Teton National Park. Predicting Species Occurrences: Issues of Scale and Accuracy. Covelo, CA:Island Press.
Debinski, D.M., M. Jakubauskas, K. Kindscher, E.H. Saveraid, M. Borgognone. 2002. Predicting meadow communities and species occurrences in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Predicting Species Occurrences: Issues of Scale and Accuracy. Covelo, CA:Island Press. 499-506.

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