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This image from Google Earth shows gilgai in the Panhandle of Nebraska; the field of view in the photo is approximately a quarter-mile wide.
This image from Google Earth shows gilgai in the Panhandle of Nebraska; the field of view in the photo is approximately a quarter-mile wide.

Unusual land-surface patterning identified in Nebraska for first time

Using Google Earth imagery, Matt Joeckel and Les Howard of the Conservation and Survey Division at the School of Natural Resources discovered an unusual natural patterning of the land surface, called gilgai, for the first time in Nebraska. Continue reading…

Research fair poster winners announced

Fisheries and Wildlife student Mike True, left, assists graduate student Kyle Dougherty with red fox scat collection. | Courtesy imageThe 2018 UNL Spring Research Fair featured more than 250 undergraduate research posters, six undergraduate creative exhibits and more than 150 graduate research posters on April 10-11 in the Nebraska Union. Mike True, of SNR, was an undergraduate competition winner. Continue reading…

End of Year Bash

Courtesy imageCampus NightLife and co-sponsors are hosting an End of Year Bash at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 28, on the East Campus Mall. The event is free with valid NCard. Continue reading…

APC budget hearing set for May 2

University Communications file photoTo gather feedback on the Fiscal Year 2019 budget reduction process, the Academic Planning Committee has scheduled a public hearing on proposed University of Nebraska-Lincoln budget reductions for 1:30 p.m. May 2 at the Nebraska Union, 14th and R streets. Continue reading…

Originally published April 25, 2018 - Submit an Item