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Kaufman GA, Kaufman DW. Plains harvest mice in tallgrass prairie: abundance, habitat association and individual attributes. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 2014;117:167 -180. doi:10.1660/062.117.0302.
Kaufman GA, Kaufman DW, McMillan BR, Brillhart DE. Prevalence of hantavirus antibodies in natural populations of deer mice in north central Kansas. Prairie Naturalist. 1994;26:209 -216. Available at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/258031384_Prevalence_of_Hantavirus_antibodies_in_natural_populations_of_deer_mice_in_north-central_Kansas.
Reed AW, Kaufman GA, Kaufman DW. Rodent seed predation and GUDs: effect of burning and topography. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 2005;83:1279 -1285. doi:10.1139/z05-124.
Reed AW, Kaufman GA, Boyer JE, Kaufman DW. Seed use by vertebrates and invertebrates in the tallgrass prairie. The Prairie Naturalist. 2001;33:153 -161. Available at: https://www.sdstate.edu/nrm/organizations/gpnss/tpn/upload/33-3_Reed_et_al.pdf.
McMillan BR, Brillhart DE, Kaufman DW, Kaufman GA. Short-term responses of small mammals to autumn fire in tallgrass prairie. Prairie Naturalist. 1995;27:158 -166.
Kaufman DW, Kaufman GA, Brillhart D. Small mammals as winter prey of long-eared owls in Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 2010;113:217 -222. Available at: https://www.jstor.org/stable/41309612.
Kaufman DW, Kaufman GA. Small Mammals in Anthropogenic Brome Fields as Compared to Native Tallgrass Prairie in the Northern Flint Hills of Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 2017;120(3-4):157 - 169. doi:10.1660/062.120.0402.
Clark BK, Kaufman DW, Finck EJ, Kaufman GA. Small mammals in tallgrass prairie: patterns associated with grazing and burning. The Prairie Naturalist. 1989;21:177 -184.
Kaufman DW, Kaufman GA. Small mammals in the northern Flint Hills prairie: Overwinter changes in abundance. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 2018;121(3-4):297 - 315. doi:10.1660/062.121.0413.
Kaufman DW, Kaufman GA, Finck EJ. Small mammals of wooded habitats of the Konza Prairie Research Natural Area, Kansas. The Prairie Naturalist. 1993;25:27 -32.
Reed AW, Kaufman GA, Kaufman DW. Species richness- productivity relationship for small mammals along a desert-grassland continuum: differential responses of functional groups. Journal of Mammalogy. 2006;87:777 -783. doi:10.1644/05-MAMM-A-253R2.1.
Kaufman DW, Kaufman GA, Finck EJ. Temporal variation in abundance of Peromyscus leucopus in wooded habitats of eastern Kansas. The American Midland Naturalist. 1995;133:7 -17. doi:10.2307/2426343.
Kaufman GA, Kaufman DM, Kaufman DW. Treated versus new traps: does chronic application of disinfectant to live traps reduce trappability of rodents?. Southwestern Naturalist. 2011;56:224 -230. doi:10.1894/F12-RTS-12.1.
Matlack RS, Rehmeier RL, McMillan BR, Kaufman DW, Kaufman GA. Unusual disturbance of small mammal live traps by American crows. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 2006;109:242 -244. doi:10.1660/0022-8443(2006)109[242:UDOSLT]2.0.CO;2.
Gerlanc NM, Kaufman. GA. Use of bison wallows by anurans on Konza Prairie. American Midland Naturalist. 2003;150:158 -168. doi:10.1674/0003-0031(2003)150[0158:UOBWBA]2.0.CO;2.
Kaufman GA. Use of fluorescent pigments to study social interactions in a small nocturnal rodent, Peromyscus maniculatus. Journal of Mammalogy. 1989;70:171 -174. doi:10.2307/1381682.
Clark BK, Kaufman DW, Finck EJ, Kaufman GA. Use of tallgrass prairie by Peromyscus leucopus. Journal of Mammalogy. 1987;68:158 -160. doi:http://www.jstor.org/stable/1381065.
Kaufman DW, Kaufman GA. The woodland vole on Konza Prairie Biological Station, Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 2009;112:229 -230. doi:10.1660/062.112.0413.
Kaufman DW, Kaufman GA. Woodland voles captured among sparse shrubs in native tallgrass prairie on Konza Prairie Biological Station, Kansas. Transactions of Kansas Academy of Science. 2014;117:76 -78. doi:https://doi.org/10.1660/062.117.0110.

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