In the Nebraska Alumni Association's “Nebraska Quarterly”, Troy Gilmore (CSD) speaks about the role of the Gudmundsen Sandhills Laboratory has on distance learning.
In the University of Nebraska Foundation's “Only in Nebraska” campaign newsletter Fisheries and Wildlife Alumni Hunter Suchsland is featured as co-owner of LS Lures
John Benson, associate professor in the School of Natural Resources, and Kyle Dougherty, a doctoral student in the school, co-authored a new study showing that California mountain lions continue to be threatened by human activities despite being classified as specially protected. The multi-institutional research project tracked almost 600 mountain lions in 23 areas of California, assembling separate studies into a single statewide study — a significant methodological advance for strengthening such scientific work. Stories on the project appeared in Earth.com, the Los Angeles Times and 90-plus other media outlets.
Networks of weather stations throughout the U.S. provide data that's crucial for emergency responders, farmers and researchers but funding for them is precarious. Martha Durr, Nebraska State Climate Office (NSCO) Director and Regan Kerkman, Mesonet Technician talk on NPR’s “Morning Edition” about the weather stations that are part of the NSCO’s network.
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