The Nebraska Water Center has been participating in an UNL effort to develop the new UNL Water Web Site. Most of the Nebraska Water Center's basic water content information has been moved to that site.
Go to UNL Water
Welcome to all things water at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
This site provides access to a wide variety of UNL expertise on water issues and will directly link you to research and extension experts from water-related disciplines, who helped develop it. They include experts in disciplinary areas such as soil science, horticulture, landscaping, lake and pond management, irrigation, drinking water, wastewater treatment, crop production, livestock, watershed protection, well management, livestock manure management, climatology, fish and wildlife, remote sensing and GIS, toxicology, economics and water law and policy.
The site focuses on Nebraska’s quality and quantity of water and encompasses the day-in-day-out use of this precious resource, as well as development and maintenance of both agricultural and urban systems that assure safe, plentiful water into the future.
The site allows visitors to identify their personal interest – whether they’re a crop or livestock producer, landscape professional, prospective student, city dweller or rural resident, for example – and go immediately to content specific to their interest.
Bookmark the site and check it regularly because new information is constantly being adding, particularly for prospective students and those interested in knowing more about UNL water-related research.