|Year 1 Science Meeting Group at Konza Prairie Biological Station|
- Methane Oxidation in Native Prairie Soil
- Do novel inputs to the Kansas River affect the water or sediment microbiome and water chemistry?
- The Effects of Climate and Land Use on Methanotropic Communities
- Plant-soil Microbiome Feedback Impacts on Native and Non-native Grasses Throughout Kansas
- Soil health across a precipitation gradient with different land uses
- Impact of Drying and Rewetting Cycles on Microbial Communities in Tallgrass Prairie
- Effects of Land Management on the Microbial Community, Soil Structure, and Nutrient Dynamics of Cultivated Grain Sorghum
- Recurrent fires do not affect the abundance of soil fungi in a frequently-burned pine savanna
- A Mechanistic Model of Plant-Symbiont Interactions
- How roots and microbes transform decaying organic matter into bioavailable phosphorus: pH as a master variable
- Time Series Transcriptomic Responses to Drought in Maize Seedings
- Impact of Land Use on Groundwater Chemistry and Microbial Communities in Great Bend Prairie Aquifers
Funding for the Science Meeting was provided by the Kansas NSF EPSCoR RII Track-1 Award OIA-1656006 titled: Microbiomes of Aquatic, Plant, and Soil Systems across Kansas. The award's research, workforce development, and educational objectives are designed to enhance research capacity and STEM education in Kansas, expand the STEM workforce and prepare a new generation for STEM careers in the areas of aquatic, plant and soil microbiome environments and ecological systems.