June Water Tour Has Filled: Waiting List Being Kept
This summer's Water and Natural Resources Tour visits the Republican River basin in Nebraska and Colorado June 23-25.
Distance From KazNU to UNL Continues to Shrink
The distance separating Almaty, Kazakhstan and Lincoln, Nebraska – some 6,500 miles – continues to shrink thanks to a burgeoning partnership in water sciences nurtured by researchers on both continents.
Contributions to Nebraska Water Quality Research 1973-2013
What follows is an alphabetical compilation of journal articles, books, and book chapters published between 1973 and 2013 authored or co-authored by University of Nebraska faculty and staff employed by the School of Natural Resources and the Nebraska Conservation and Survey.
2015 Water and Natural Resources Tour
Registration Closed: June 23-25, 2015
Water Center FYI
Featuring NU faculty on a variety of water-related issues.
Permanganate Candles Clean Contamination at Former Cozad Landfill
The synergy created from an experienced researcher mentoring promising and creative graduate students has resulted in a seemingly effective and low-cost solution to groundwater contamination at a former central Nebraska landfill.Read More
Irrigation Management Project Expands
University of Nebraska Extension Educator Randy Pryor said it all started when he learned about the success of the Nebraska Agricultural Water Management Demonstration Network (NAWMDN) in 2007. He and City of Wilber Water Manager Jerry Petracek ordered watermark sensors and an ETgage through a Wilber Wellhead Sourcewater Grant.Read More
Partnership of UNL, Private Firm Works to Clean Contaminated Groundwater
Sometimes rather thorny and extensive groundwater contamination problems can be overcome with the right combination of innovation, experimentation and partnership.
That's what a researcher at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources is hoping will provide a possible answer for cleaning up a large plume of contaminated groundwater just east of Grand Island.Read More
Evapotranspiration, or ET, is loss of water through evaporation from the earth's surface, including open water and plant surfaces, and plant transpiration, or how a plant grows by passing water from its roots up through its stem and leaves to the atmosphere (Source: Derrel Martin, UNL Biological Systems Engineering. Watershed Water Balance: The Role of ET and Consumptive Use.)Read More