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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.

Impact assessment of the Lawrence waste water treatment plant on the Wakarusa River: follow-up assessment. Douglas County Kansas 2020
Alexios Reference Lake assessment study. 2019
Collaborative Research: The role of ecological heterogeneity in a long-term grassland restoration experiment. 2019
Connections among aquatic microbiomes and water quality degradation. 2019
Digitization TCN: Collaborative Research: American Crossroads: Digitizing the Vascular Flora of the South-Central United States 2019
Ethnobotany and Plant Conservation Education Program. 2019
Fungal community structure and enzymatic profiles are shaped by soil horizon and land management in a tallgrass prairie. 2019
Greater prairie chicken interstate working group planning and coordination 2019
Indian Creek wastewater impact assessment study. 2019
Legume-rhizobia mutualism as a driver of grassland composition and community resistance to invasion. 2019
Mosquito Taxonomic Identification. 2019
Sediment coring for HAB trends at Webster and Kanopolis reservoirs. 2019
Vouchered Echinacea specimen collections. 2019
Advancing soil organic matter research: Synthesizing multi-scale observations, manipulations & models. 2018
Are biogeochemical responses linked to the microbial composition of a defined nutrient and microbial input to a large river? 2018
Bathymetric surveys of Council Grove and Marion reservoirs and harmful algal bloom (HAB) sediment coring at Milford Lake. 2018
Characterizing Kansas River flows, literature and data synthesis. 2018
Designing models to forecast how biogeochemical fluctuations in soil systems govern soil development, terrestrial water storage and ecosystem nutrient fluxes. 2018
Dissolved gas analyses: CH4, CO2, N2O. 2018
Does nutrient form control harmful algal bloom (HAB) toxin release? 2018

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