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  1. Distler, D.A. and D.E. Bleam. 1987. Records of two invertebrate species in Kansas. Transactions, Kansas Academy of Science 90(3/4): 158. DOI:10.2307/3627800
  2. Distler, D.A. and D.E. Bleam. 1988. Palaeomonetes kadiakensis Rathbun in Kansas. Transactions, Kansas Academy of Science 91(3/4): 190-191. DOI:10.2307/3628358
  3. Distler, D.A. 1988. Wichita State University Natural Area. Transactions, Kansas Academy of Science 91: (Special Symposium Issue)(1/2): 46-47. DOI:10.2307/3628296
  4. Turner, P.N. and D.A. Distler. 1995. Notes on the Hyporheic Rotifera of the Ninnescah River, Kansas, USA. Transactions, Kansas Academy of Science 98(3-4): 92-101.  DOI:10.2307/3628233
  5. Distler, D.A. and D.E. Bleam. 1995. Decline in the Diversity of Bivalvia, Ninnescah River, Kansas. Transactions, Kansas Academy of Science 98(3/4): 156-159.  DOI:10.2307/3628240
  6. Aber, J.S., R.J. Sobieski, Distler, D.A. and M.C Nowak. 1999. Kite Aerial Photography for Environmental Site Investigations in Kansas. Transactions, Kansas Academy of Science 102(1-2):57-67. DOI:10.2307/3628217
  7. Bleam, D.E., K.J. Couch, and D.A. Distler. 1999. Key to the Unionid Mussels in Kansas. Transactions, Kansas Academy of Science 102(3-4): 83-91. DOI:10.2307/3627869
  8. Rogers, C.M. and R.M. Heath-Coss 2003a. Effect of experimentally altered food abundance on fat reserves of wintering birds.  Journal of Animal Ecology 72:822-830. DOI:10.1046/j.1365-2656.2003.00754.x
  9. Rogers, C.M. and A.K. Reed. 2003b. Does avian winter fat storage integrate temperature and resource conditions? A long-term study.  Journal of Avian Biology 34:112-118. DOI:10.1034/j.1600-048X.2003.02984.x
  10. Rogers, C.M. 2003c. Point-of-view: New and continuing issues with using visible fat classes to estimate fat stores of birds. Journal of Avian Biology 34:129-133. DOI: 10.1034/j.1600-048X.2003.03223.x
  11. Rogers, C.M. 2005. Food limitation among wintering birds:  A view from adaptive body mass models. Pages 106-114 in R. Greenberg and P. Marra, editors. Birds of Two Worlds: The ecology and evolution of bird migration. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore and London.
  12. Schneegurt, M. A., S.Y. Dore, and C.F. Kulpa Jr. 2003. Direct extraction of DNA from soils for studies in microbial ecology.  Curr. Issues Molec. Biol. 5:1-8.
  13. Bruemmer, M., M. Turner-Williams, H. Burke, K. Dimmick, J. Hall, D. Sellers, K. Stair, M. Williams, and W. Yang. 2001. Dynamic Evolution of Fluvial Environments – Preliminary Results of the Ninnescah River Monitoring Program of Department of Geology: Abstracts, 133rd Annual Meeting, Kansas Academy of Science, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, v. 20, p. 45.
  14. Shelite, T.R., C.M. Rogers, B.R. Litzner, R.R. Johnson, and M.A. Schneegurt. 2008. West Nile virus antibodies in permanent resident and overwintering migrant birds in south-central Kansas. Vector-Borne Zoonotic Diseases 8:312-330 DOI:10.1089/vbz.2007.0176
  15. Russell, F.L. and A. Roy. 2008. Spatial variation in seed limitation of plant species richness and population sizes in floodplain tallgrass prairie. Oecologia 158:569-578. DOI:10.1007/s00442-008-1159-y
  16. Rogers, C.M. 2008. Winter fat storage and vertical microenvironmental gradients: experimental test of an alternative hypothesis.  Open Ornithology Journal 1:29-35.
  17. Beckemeyer, R.J. 2009. First record of the dragonfly Miathyria marcella (Selys) for Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Sciences 112:130-132. (Odonata: Anisoptera: Libellulidae) DOI:10.1660/062.112.0219
  18. Russell, F.L. and M.A. Spencer. 2009. Combined effects of folivory and neighbor plants on Cirsium altissimum (tall thistle) rosette performance. Plant Ecology 208:35-46. DOI 10.1007/s11258-009-9684-2
  19. Crisler, J.D. and F.L. Russell. 2010. Patterns in beaver herbivory in south-central Kansas riparian woodlands. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Sciences 113(3/4):161-176. DOI:10.1660/062.113.0303
  20. Pastore, A.I. and F.L. Russell. 2012 Insect herbivore effects on resource allocation to shoots and roots in Lespedeza capitata. Plant Ecology 213:843–85. DOI:10.1007/s11258-012-0046-0
  21. Williams, B.M. and G.R. Houseman. 2013. Experimental evidence that soil heterogeneity enhances plant diversity during community assembly. Journal of Plant Ecology. DOI:10.1093/jpe/rtt056
  22. McTaggart, A.L., T. Eberl, O. Keller, and M.L. Jameson. 2014. First report of Batrachochytrium dendrobatadis associated with amphibians in Kansas. Herpetological Review 45:439-441.
  23. Adhikari, S. and F. L. Russell.  2014.  Effects of apical meristem mining on plant fitness, architecture and flowering phenology in Cirsium altissimum (Asteraceae). American Journal of Botany 101:2079-2087. DOI: 10.3732/ajb.1400210
  24. Rogers, C.M. 2015. Testing optimal body mass theory: Evidence for cost of fat in wintering birds. Ecosphere 6(4): Article 55. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES14-00317.1
  25. Shah, M. A., R.M. Calloway, T. Shah, G.R. Houseman, et al. 2014. Conyza canadensis suppresses plant diversity in its nonnative ranges but not at home: a transcontinental comparison. New Phytologist 202(4): 1286-1296. DOI: 10.1111/nph.12733
  26. Houseman, G.R., M.S. Kraushar, and C.M. Rogers. 2016. The Wichita State University Biological Field Station: Brining breadth to research along the precipitation gradient in Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 119: 27-32. DOI: 10.1660/062.119.0106  
  27. Pennock, Casey A., J.S. Perkin, V.D. Weaver, S.R. Davenport, and J.M. Caldwell. 2017. Collapsing Range of an Endemic Great Plains Minnow,
    Peppered Chub Macrhybopsis tetranema. American Midland Naturalist. 177:57-68. DOI: 10.1674/0003-0031-177.1.57