Oak Trees, Konza Prairie Biological Station

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"Oak Trees" <br />
Konza Prairie Biological Station, Kansas<br />
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The 8,600 acre Konza Prairie Biological Station was established as a field station for ecological research in the tallgrass prairie region of the Flint Hills in northeastern Kansas. The Konza prairie serves as a prairie preserve and outdoor laboratory for scientific research. This photograph shows a stand of oak trees that are present on the prairie preserve.
"Oak Trees"
Konza Prairie Biological Station, Kansas

The 8,600 acre Konza Prairie Biological Station was established as a field station for ecological research in the tallgrass prairie region of the Flint Hills in northeastern Kansas. The Konza prairie serves as a prairie preserve and outdoor laboratory for scientific research. This photograph shows a stand of oak trees that are present on the prairie preserve.

Filename: Oak-Trees-Konza-Prairie.tif