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KU researchers conduct fieldwork in fields, streams, rivers and mountains

Ted Harris and a team of faculty, student and staff are examining long-term water quality changes in large Kansas lakes, especially changes related to blue-green algae, which can cause harmful algal blooms (HABs).

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Elise Stella makes things less complicated for the co-directors of the Public Digital Humanities Institute.

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Kathy Porsch is the backbone of countless humanities awards earned by KU researchers.


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