E. H. Barbour, head of the Department of Geology and Nebraska Geological Survey at University of Nebraska (later the CSD at the School of Natural Resources), stands at the top of a windmill, an anemometer in his hand. During his UNL career, he took thousands, documenting his work and the state. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/jcoj
Inside the School of Natural Resources
Eight School of Natural Resources students are benefiting from Cabela’s Experiential Learning apprenticeships this summer. More than $20,000 has been earmarked or distributed among them for their work in fisheries and wildlife fields.
The students’ work is taking them around the state and globe. Continue reading…
This year's School of Natural Resources National Weather Camp focused on meteorology and climatology careers, and brought students to the National Weather Service, as well as the Air Force Weather Agency Forecast Office at Offutt Air Force Base. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/vhic
Don Wilhite, SNR professor of applied climate science, worked with Sen. Ken Haar’s office to organize a seminar to familiarize senators on the science and implications of climate change on the state. View videos from the speakers at go.unl.edu/climatechangeseminar. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/rsv3
The emerald ash borer, the tiny green beetle that has killed tens of millions of ash trees across the country, has been discovered in an Omaha park.
The discovery means most ash trees in the Omaha area will be dead within five to eight years, and it's likely the bug also is in Lincoln. Continue reading…
Jerry Schluckebier, assistant business manager in the Natural Resources Business Center at IANR, received the University of Nebraska Board of Regents Kudos award May 25 for consistently demonstrating high-quality performance. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/jn7u
“Aquifers of Nebraska I: The Codell Aquifer in the Northeastern Nebraska,” released by the Conservation and Survey Division at the School of Natural Resources, examines the aquifer and presents the results from the first comprehensive study ever conducted on it in Nebraska. It now is for sale. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/nh9g
“The Groundwater Atlas of Saunders County,” a resource for both professionals and the public in making water-related decisions, has been released and is available for sale.
It is the second atlas written by Dana Divine, of the Conservation and Survey Division at the School of Natural Resources. Continue reading…
One natural method to combat pesky -- and potentially virus-carrying -- mosquitoes glides above us as night falls. Bats. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/f929
The Nebraska Game and Parks annual fishing forecast contains research statistics and graphs to explain sampling information for important sport fish species sampled across Nebraska from the previous year.
Find it here: http://go.unl.edu/2016fishingforecast. Continue reading…