Inside the School of Natural Resources

Matt Joeckel, state geologist, and Dana Divine, hydrogeoloist, both of the Conservation and Survey Division, examine a core on April 9, 2019, on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln East Campus. | Shawna Richter-Ryerson, Natural Resources
Matt Joeckel, state geologist, and Dana Divine, hydrogeoloist, both of the Conservation and Survey Division, examine a core on April 9, 2019, on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln East Campus. | Shawna Richter-Ryerson, Natural Resources

CSD part of team chosen to study feasibility of carbon dioxide storage

The Conservation and Survey Division is working with a nationwide team of researchers to determine whether portions of Nebraska and Kansas may be suitable for permanently and safely storing commercial-scale volumes of carbon dioxide in rock layers deep underground. Continue reading…

The City of Lincoln built a system to help manage Antelope Creek water flow and prevent flood damage through downtown Lincoln. The project was completed in 2012. | Shawna Richter-Ryerson, Natural Resources
The City of Lincoln built a system to help manage Antelope Creek water flow and prevent flood damage through downtown Lincoln. The project was completed in 2012. | Shawna Richter-Ryerson, Natural Resources

Suite of tools, including ‘sister city’ match, brings context to climate change

A new suite of tools designed by a group of University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers gives municipalities a clearer picture of what to expect and prepare for when looking at the climate of the future. Natalie Umphlett and Martha Shulski, both of SNR, co-led the two-year collaborative project. Continue reading…

More details at: https://hprcc.unl.edu/climate4cities/index.php

Red Memorial is April 12

 Students participate in a candlelight vigil honoring Keaton Klein and Clayton Real in 2014. The university will honor students, faculty, staff and alumni who died during the current academic year in 2015. | University Communication file photo. |The Red Memorial, an annual University of Nebraska–Lincoln event to remember and celebrate the lives of students, faculty, staff and alumni who died during the current academic year, is 5:30 p.m. April 12. Continue reading…

Originally published April 10, 2019 - Submit an Item