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Ecologist team finds leaf litter has slower decomposition rate | Kansas State University
http://www.k-state.edu/…/newsre…/2017-05/leaflitter5217.html

MANHATTAN — The time it takes for a leaf to decompose might be the key to understanding how temperature affects ecosystems, according to Kansas State University ecologists.
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The grazing effect: How bison impact plant water use is a recent article by the Nippert lab and is featured in this month's LTER Science Update. Check out all the details here.

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An LTER-NEON Synergies workshop, held March 29-31, explored the potential for strengthening and deepening the relationship between these two major research organizations and expanding ties to other networks such as the
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Check out our newly designed website.

http://lter.konza.ksu.edu/

The Konza Prairie LTER is a comprehensive ecological research, education and outreach program, centered on one of the most productive grasslands in North America – the tallgrass prairie. The Konza Prairie LTER program was one of the first six site-based LTER programs funded by the National Science F...
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K-State biologist to discuss challenges for maintaining tallgrass prairie ecosystems -- http://www.k-state.edu/today/announcement.php…

Division of Communications and Marketing Kansas State University 128 Dole Hall1525 Mid-Campus Drive North Manhattan, KS 66506 785-532-2535vpcm@k-state.edu
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Welcome to the new Konza LTER Facebook page! Like this page to keep updated on the latest news.

Konza Prairie updated their cover photo.
January 26
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Konza Prairie updated their profile picture.
January 26