Inside SNR | Pathak Talks Climate Change with Nebraskans, Sale at Maps & More

A comparison of when five-day running average soil temperatures reached certain thresholds found that farmers could plant sooner in 2000-2009 compared with 1990-1999. From NebGuide G2122, in press.
A comparison of when five-day running average soil temperatures reached certain thresholds found that farmers could plant sooner in 2000-2009 compared with 1990-1999. From NebGuide G2122, in press.

Pathak Talks Climate Change with Nebraskans

Tapan Pathak, extension educator for climate change, is finding many ways to talk to Nebraskans and to other educators about the regional effects of climate change. Continue reading…

Peng to present ACS grad seminar today

Yi PengYi Peng will present "Remote estimation of GPP in crops: from close range to satellites," at 2:30 p.m., Monday, March 26 in 901 Hardin Hall. Peng's talk on gross primary production is an Applied Climate Science graduate student seminar.

Sale! Sale! Sale!

Elaine Connelly is standing by to help shoppers at the Nebraska Maps & More Store.Visit the Nebraska Maps & More Store to check out our $1 Sale Table ($1 includes sales tax). Merchandise on a variety of topics, maps and books are available. Additional markdowns taken throughout the store.

More details at: http://nebraskamaps.unl.edu
Originally published March 26, 2012 - Submit an Item