UNL's Water Sciences Lab is on the cutting edge of technology that tells us what's in the water and how much of it there is. The lab helps researchers answer questions about whether the water is safe to drink or to use to grow food. The lab regularly adds ways to detect emerging contaminants. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/mr3
Katie Van Cleave will present the Applied Climate Science graduate student seminar, "Trends and connections in Lake Superior ice cover, water temperature and evaporation," at 2:30 p.m., Monday, Feb. 13, in 901 Hardin Hall. All are welcome.
Dennis Ferraro will present live snakes of Nebraska during the University of Nebraska State Museum's next Sunday with a Scientist program Feb. 19 at Morrill Hall. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/qys
Two executives from Omaha-based Valmont Industries, the world's largest manufacturer of irrigation equipment, will present the next E.N. Thompson Forum lecture, "Is a Global Water Crisis Avoidable?" The free lecture is at 7 p.m., Feb. 16, at the Lied Center, and will also be broadcast.More details at: http://enthompson.unl.edu/
Congratulations to the seven SNR faculty and staff members who received the 2011-2012 UNL Teaching Council/Parents Association Recognition Award on Feb. 3. Continue reading…
Bob Oglesby will speak on "Modeling Future Climate Change: Global and Regional Issues" at the meeting of the Omaha-Offutt Chapter of the American Meteorological Society, Feb. 21 in Lincoln. Today is the deadline to RSVP. Email email@example.com. Continue reading…
Cedar Point Information Night will be Wednesday, Feb. 15, 5:30-6:30 p.m. in 103 Manter Hall. Cedar Point Biological Station, operated by the School of Biological Sciences, offers dynamic field courses near Lake McConaughy in western Nebraska on topics such as animal behavior. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/p2w
The Nebraska Well Drillers Association and the Nebraska Onsite Waste Water Association are sponsoring the 2012 Water Industries Convention and Trade Show, Feb. 15-16 at the Lancaster Event Center in Lincoln. Jesse Korus of the Conservation Survey Division will give the Nebraska groundwater report.More details at: http://www.nebraskawelldrillers.org/