Inside SNR | 2012 Fight Against Invasives, STLF Spring Break Service Opportunity

Seasonal staff inspect boats for invasive species and provide outreach materials to prevent future invasions at Zorinsky Lake in Omaha in 2011. They are, from left, Amber Fandrich, Kyle Morton and Travis Kinsell.
Seasonal staff inspect boats for invasive species and provide outreach materials to prevent future invasions at Zorinsky Lake in Omaha in 2011. They are, from left, Amber Fandrich, Kyle Morton and Travis Kinsell.

Nebraska Invasive Species Project Unites Efforts to Repel Intruders

The Nebraska Invasive Species Project, based at SNR, is coordinating efforts across agencies to repel biological intruders such as zebra mussels and the common reed that can wreak havoc with ecosystems and interfere with intake pipes and other vital infrastructure. Continue reading…

More details at: http://go.unl.edu/yox

Veres Presenting Today on AMO Connection to Precip

Michael VeresMichael Veres will present "The effect of the Atlantic Multi-decadal Oscillation on precipitation in the central U.S." as the Applied Climate Science graduate student seminar at 2:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 27, in Hardin Hall 901.

Dark marks on signs and buildings show how high Missouri River floodwaters got last summer near Rock Port, Mo. Photo by Steve Ress.
Dark marks on signs and buildings show how high Missouri River floodwaters got last summer near Rock Port, Mo. Photo by Steve Ress.

Missouri River Water Tour Planning Progresses

Planners of this summer's Water and Natural Resources Tour found themselves deluged with options as they investigated informative visits to sites that were part of the 2011 Missouri River Basin flooding. Continue reading…

More details at: http://go.unl.edu/sqd
Originally published February 27, 2012 - Submit an Item