[an error occurred while processing this directive] Kansas State University Perspectives Webzine Vol. 1
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Special editon - June 2002

Life, research on a tallgrass prairie

Contents

The Konza Prairie Biological Station

History

Future

 

Konza research

Burning, grazing promotes biodiversity

Fires serve important purpose

Fires maintain prairies' existence

Fungi necessary for prairie plant growth

K-State's Herbarium helps researchers

Small streams help prairie

Soil research yields important results

Using evolutionary view to study prairie

 

Life on the Konza

Fisheries

Small mammals

Mammals affect entire ecosystem

Researchers at the Konza

Will songbirds find a home on the range?

Butterflies you might see on Konza

 

Konza's educational value

LTER program invites students, teachers

Take a tour of the prairie

 

Links

News Services

Konza Prairie Biological Station

Send an electronic postcard featuring Konza

 

Staff

Perspectives

Media relations

 

Perspectives archives

 

Links

Media relations

K-State academic department directory

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The Konza prairie

 

CLOSEUP OF BUTTERFLY ON FLOER

 

purple flowers

 

plant in mini experiment shed

 

flowers close up

Photos by April M. Blackmon.