Inside SNR | Snow measures what's in water, SNR celebrating 80 new graduates May 4

Dan Snow works with civil engineering professor Dr. Xu Li and graduate student Yuping Zhang to collect samples of wastewater and sludge to examine the relationship between antibiotic occurrence and antibiotic resistance in the environment.
Dan Snow works with civil engineering professor Dr. Xu Li and graduate student Yuping Zhang to collect samples of wastewater and sludge to examine the relationship between antibiotic occurrence and antibiotic resistance in the environment.

Snow measures vanishingly small levels of chemicals

Dan Snow at the University of Nebraska Water Sciences Laboratory helps find ways to detect and measure trace amounts of herbicides, pesticides, antibiotics, hormones, and their byproducts. Researchers are studying whether environmental antibiotics lead to more resistant bacteria. Continue reading…

This map shows the chl-a concentrations in Nebraska's Fremont Lakes, estimated from hyperspectral aerial imagery.
This map shows the chl-a concentrations in Nebraska's Fremont Lakes, estimated from hyperspectral aerial imagery.

Gurlin Dissertation Defense May 3

Daniela Gurlin will defend her dissertation, "Exploration of near infrared-red models for the remote estimation of chlorophyll-a concentration in optically complex turbid productive waters: from in situ measurements to aerial imagery," at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, May 3, in 901 Hardin Hall. Continue reading…

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