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Troy Gilmore sets up to take groundwater samples from the Loup River in the Sandhills of Nebraska in September 2018. By sampling groundwater and determining its age, they hope to determine whether predictions for groundwater discharge rates and contaminat
Troy Gilmore sets up to take groundwater samples from the Loup River in the Sandhills of Nebraska in September 2018. By sampling groundwater and determining its age, they hope to determine whether predictions for groundwater discharge rates and contaminat

Husker-led team aims to answer how old groundwater is

By sampling groundwater and determining its age, University of Nebraska–Lincoln researchers, led by Troy Gilmore with the Conservation and Survey Division at SNR, hope to determine whether predictions for groundwater discharge rates and contamination removal in watersheds are accurate. Continue reading…

Photo courtesy Rebecca Young
Photo courtesy Rebecca Young

Soil Judging Team brings home gold

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Soil Judging Team dug right into the Region 5 Soil Judging Competition from Sept. 17 to 21 in Manhattan, Kansas, walking out covered in grit and quite a bit of glory, having beaten seven other teams for a first-place overall win. Continue reading…

Originally published September 26, 2018 - Submit an Item