This site will give you easy access to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Nebraska Water Center and its related facilities and key programs such as the UNL Water Sciences Laboratory, all things Water at UNL via UNL Water as well as upcoming activities and events at the Nebraska Water Center and online publications such as our quarterly Water Current newsletter.
The UNL Nebraska Water Center coordinates, implements and facilitates water and water-related research, extension, teaching and outreach programming within the University of Nebraska system as a part of NU's Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources and UNL's School of Natural Resources. The Nebraska Water Center has been a fixture at UNL for more than 40 years, being established as the Nebraska Water Resources Research Institute by Congressional mandate in 1964. It is one of a network of more than 54 water resources research institutes at Land Grant Universities nationwide. For more information about this network, go to the National Institute for Water Resources.
Introductory Brochures and Fact Sheets
- Nebraska Water Center Fact Sheet, 2012 (2 pages)
- Nebraska Water Center Brochure, 2009 (6 pages)
- 2009 NIWR Report (2 pages)
The UNL Nebraska Water Center
Dr. Bruce Dvorak, former Interim Director of the Nebraska Water Center, narrates this self-running presentation which explains what the Nebraska Water Center is and does.
Presentation developed in March 2010.