Today@UNL | Project recording time-lapse of Platte Basin

Bill Hager installs a time-lapse camera at the Mormon Island Recreation Center near Grand Island.
Bill Hager installs a time-lapse camera at the Mormon Island Recreation Center near Grand Island.

Project captures time-lapse of Platte River

A team led by photographer Michael Forsberg and NET's Micheal Farrell is placing 45 digital cameras along the Platte River Basin. Their goal is to create a website that documents the cyclical change along the river, from its Rocky Mountain start to its Missouri River finish. Continue reading…

More details at: http://go.unl.edu/3ir

Data and Donuts session is Sept. 30

20090522_dd_unlWeb.jpgThe Bureau of Social Research and Survey, Statistics, and Psychometrics Core Facility are sponsoring a free drop-in session "Data, Donuts, Surveys and Solutions," 11 a.m. to noon, Sept. 30 in 104 Benton Hall. The event is open to anyone looking to develop a research project.
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Originally published September 29, 2011 - Submit an Item