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What Does Long-Term Bison-Grazed Prairie Look Like?

Bison-grazed pastures tend to have higher forb cover and vascular plant diversity in prairie (bison have been there now for 35 years), but what does this look like. I have some pictures from quadrats from field work at in Konza’s … Continue reading

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Flowering Time and Temperature Variation

I have been at this for some time with Ben VanderWeide, and hopefully we are nearing publication. The focus of most work to date that studies how variation in temperature affects when things flower has focused on species that flower … Continue reading

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Partial Eclipse over Konza

On June 4, 2012, I headed out to the Konza Prairie Biological Station to catch a partial eclipse of the setting sun. I took several dozen pictures, most of which came out as smudges of light, but a few turned … Continue reading

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