Agronomy and Horticulture

Nebraska graduate student Victoria Donovan is lead author on the first in-depth study to document changing wildfire patterns across the entire Great Plains region.  Craig Chandler | University Communication
Nebraska graduate student Victoria Donovan is lead author on the first in-depth study to document changing wildfire patterns across the entire Great Plains region. Craig Chandler | University Communication

Study shows wildfires are increasing on the Great Plains

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln research team, using remote sensing data collected by the USDA Forest Service and the U.S. Geological Survey, has documented that the number of wildfires occurring each year has tripled in the Great Plains during the past three decades. Continue reading…

More details at: http://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/study-shows-wildfires-are-increasing-on-the-great-plains/
University of Nebraska–Lincoln graduate student Amanda Sanford gets ready to release an eBee SQ agricultural drone at the Barta Brothers Ranch near Ainsworth, Nebraska.
University of Nebraska–Lincoln graduate student Amanda Sanford gets ready to release an eBee SQ agricultural drone at the Barta Brothers Ranch near Ainsworth, Nebraska.

Sanford awarded Arthur William Sampson Fellowship

Amanda Sanford, an agronomy graduate student, has been awarded the Arthur William Sampson Fellowship in Pasture Management. This fellowship is awarded annually to a University of Nebraska–Lincoln graduate student conducting research in range or pasture ecology and management. Continue reading…

More details at: http://agronomy.unl.edu/news/sanford-awarded-arthur-william-sampson-fellowship
Originally published July 10, 2017 - Submit an Item