Understanding our environment
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Impact assessment of the Lawrence waste water treatment plant on the Wakarusa River: follow-up assessment. Central Plains Center for BioAssessment

This two-year study continues the chemical and biological monitoring of the Wakarusa River that we performed in 2013-2015 prior to the City of Lawrence’s new wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) coming into operation in 2018. That 2013-2015 baseline study fulfilled a pre-discharge monitoring requirement for the discharge permit that the City obtained from the Kansas Department of Environment and Health.

Infrastructure Management, Streams, Water Resources
2020 Jan-1 to 2021 Jan-1
Debbie Baker Aquatic Ecology Douglas County Kansas
  1. Debbie Baker
  2. Ted Harris
Fungal community structure and enzymatic profiles are shaped by soil horizon and land management in a tallgrass prairie.

Mycological Society of America, 2019-2020. Fungal community structure and enzymatic profiles are shaped by soil horizon and land management in a tallgrass prairie. PI: B.A. Sikes.

2019 Jan-1 to 2020 Jan-1
Benjamin Sikes
  1. Benjamin Sikes
    Contribution: 
    PI
Mosquito Taxonomic Identification.

Battelle Memorial Institute, 2019. Mosquito Taxonomic Identification. PI: D.C. Rogers.  

2019 Jan-1 D. Christopher Rogers
  1. D. Christopher Rogers
    Contribution: 
    PI
Connections among aquatic microbiomes and water quality degradation.

NSF-EPSCoR, $43,395, 2019-2020. Connections among aquatic microbiomes and water quality degradation. PI: J. Brewer. Co-I: T. Loecke.

2019 Jan-1 to 2020 Jan-1
Terry Loecke
  1. Terry Loecke
    Contribution: 
    Co-I
Vouchered Echinacea specimen collections.

Herbalife Nutrition, $4,536, 2019-2020. Vouchered Echinacea Specimen Collections. PI: K. Kindscher.

2019 Jan-1 to 2020 Jan-1
Kelly Kindscher
  1. Kelly Kindscher
    Contribution: 
    PI
Ethnobotany and Plant Conservation Education Program.

Kingsbury Family Foundation, $70,000, 2019-2022. Ethnobotany and Plant Conservation Education Program. PI: K. Kindscher.

2019 Jan-1 to 2022 Jan-1
Kelly Kindscher
  1. Kelly Kindscher
    Contribution: 
    PI
Legume-rhizobia mutualism as a driver of grassland composition and community resistance to invasion.

USDA-NRFI, 2019-2021. Postdoctoral Fellowship: Legume-rhizobia mutualism as a driver of grassland composition and community resistance to invasion. PI: S. Magnoli. Co-PI: J.D. Bever.

2019 Jan-1 to 2021 Jan-1
Jim Bever
  1. Jim Bever
    Contribution: 
    Co-PI
  2. Susan Magnoli
    Contribution: 
    PI
Digitization TCN: Collaborative Research: American Crossroads: Digitizing the Vascular Flora of the South-Central United States

Oklahoma State University and NSF, 2019-2020, $78,867. “Digitization TCN: Collaborative Research: American Crossroads: Digitizing the Vascular Flora of the South-Central United States.” PI: C.C. Freeman.

2019 Jan-1 to 2020 Jan-1
Craig C. Freeman
  1. Craig C. Freeman
    Contribution: 
    PI
Indian Creek wastewater impact assessment study.

Kansas Dept. of Health & Environment, 2019-2020, $14,880. “Indian Creek Wastewater impact assessment study.” PI: A. Burgin.

 

2019 Jan-1 to 2020 Jan-1
Amy Burgin
  1. Amy Burgin
    Contribution: 
    PI
Alexios Reference Lake assessment study.

Kansas Dept. of Health & Environment, 2019-2020, $13,817. “Alexios Reference Lake assessment study.” PI: A. Burgin.

2019 Jan-1 to 2020 Jan-1
Amy Burgin
  1. Amy Burgin
    Contribution: 
    PI

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