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Konza Prairie - northeastern Kansas (important research site for tallgrass prairie ecosystem) - 34.8 km2
Konza Prairie, jointly owned by K-State and The Nature Conservancy, and managed by K-State's Division of Biology, encompasses more than 8,600 acres of native tallgrass prairie with a three-fold mission dedicated to long-term ecological research, education and prairie conservation.
The Konza Prairie is an 8,600-acre tract in the Flint Hills in eastern Kansas.
Much of his research has been associated with the Long-Term Ecological Research Programs at the Konza Prairie in Kansas and the shortgrass steppe in Colorado, with comparative international studies ongoing in South Africa.