Konza LTER Publications

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Kaufman DW, Kaufman GA. Observation of porcupine in Geary County, Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 2011;114:142 -143. doi:10.1660/062.114.0115.
Parton WJ, Scurlock JMO, Ojima DS, et al. Observations and modeling of biomass and soil organic matter dynamics for the grassland biome worldwide. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 1993;7:785 -809. doi:10.1029/93GB02042.
Finck EJ. Observations at a northern harrier nest. Kansas Ornithological Society Bulletin. 1984;35:24 -.
Luft J, Malinowski J, Briggs JM, Smith CC. Odor as a factor in nut discovery by fox squirrels. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 1994;97:1 -3. doi:10.2307/3628246.
Davidson HJ, Vestweber JG, Brightman AH, van Slyke TH, Cox LK, Chengappa MM. Ophthalmic examination and conjunctival bateriologic culture results from a herd of North American bison. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 1999;215:1142 -1144.
Yu W, Dodds WK, Banks MK, Skalsky J, Strauss EA. Optimal staining and sample storage time for direct microscopic enumeration of total and active bacteria in soil with two fluorescent dyes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 1995;61:3367 -3372. Available at: http://aem.asm.org/content/61/9/3367.short.
Mong TW, Sandercock BK. Optimizing radio retention andminimizing radio impacts in a field study of Upland Sandpipers. Journal ofWildlife Management. 2007;71:971 -980. doi:10.2193/2005-775.
Gray LJ. Organic matter dynamics in Kings Creek, Konza Prairie, Kansas, USA. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 1997;16:50 -54. doi:10.2307/1468232.
Gurtz ME, Marzolf GR, Killingbeck KT, Smith DL, McArthur JV. Organic matter loading and processing in a pristine stream draining a tallgrass prairie/riparian forest watershed. Kansas Water Resources Research Institute Contribution No. 1982;230:1 -78.
W. Harpole S, Sullivan LL, Lind EM, et al. Out of the shadows: multiple nutrient limitations drive relationships among biomass, light and plant diversity. Thompson K. Functional Ecology. 2017;31(9):1839-1846. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12967.