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Zimmerman JL. Non-passerine breeding birds of Konza Prairie. Kansas Ornithological Society Bulletin. 1987;38:29 -33.
Zimmerman JL. Emlen transects in Kansas habitats. Kansas Ornithological Society Bulletin. 1977;28:18 -21.
Zimmerman JL. Birds of Konza Prairie Research Natural Area, Kansas. The Prairie Naturalist. 1985;17:185 -192.
Zimmerman JL. Avian community responses to fire, grazing and drought in the tallgrass prairie. In: Knopf FL, Samson FB Ecology and Conservation of Great Plains Vertebrates. Ecology and Conservation of Great Plains Vertebrates. New York: Springer Verlag; 1997:167 -180. doi:10.1007/978-1-4757-2703-6_7.
Zimmerman JL. Passerine breeding birds of Konza Prairie. Kansas Ornithology Society Bulletin. 1989;40:23 -28.
Zimmerman JL. Nesting success of dickcissels (Spiza americana ) in preferred and less preferred habitats. The Auk. 1982;99:292 -298. doi:http://www.jstor.org/stable/4085976.
Zimmerman JL. Cowbird parasitism of dickcissels in different habitats and at different nest densities. The Wilson Bulletin. 1983;95:7 -22. doi:http://www.jstor.org/stable/4161714.
Zimmerman JL. Breeding season habitat selection by the Henslow's sparrow (Ammodramus henslowii) in Kansas. The Wilson Bulletin. 1988;100:17 -24. doi:http://www.jstor.org/stable/4162513.
Zimmerman JL. Nest predation and its relationship to habitat and nest density in dickcissels. The Condor. 1984;86:68 -72. doi:10.2307/1367348.
Zimmerman JL, Finck EJ. Success in a secondary habitat: the dickcissel in the tallgrass prairie. Brewer R. 1983:47 -49.
Zimmerman JL. The Birds of Konza: Avian Ecology of the Tallgrass Prairie. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas; 1993:176 -.
Zimmerman JL. Comparisons of water consumption between two grassland emberizids. The Prairie Naturalist. 1996;27:215 -222.
Zinnert JC, Nippert JB, Rudgers JA, et al. State changes: insights from the U.S. Long Term Ecological Research Network. Ecosphere. 2021;12(5). doi:10.1002/ecs2.v12.510.1002/ecs2.3433.

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