Staff Spotlight: Maddie Goebel
11/9/2021 – Maddie Goebel is the NDMC's new social science research assistant, and she is already working alongside social science coordinator Dr. Tonya Haigh on projects that explore how people who work in agricultural industries are affected by drought. Continue the story
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Drought Center creates tool that could help detect emerging impacts by tracking news
11/9/2021 – The Media Drought Index was created to help researchers, climatologists and the public in their efforts to track drought impacts and to see where drought-related news is being published at higher or lower rates than normal. Continue the story
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Shulski leads brown bag to examine U.N. climate change report on November 19, 2021
11/4/2021 – Martha Shulski, Nebraska’s state climatologist and director of the Nebraska State Climate Office, will discuss a United Nations climate change report and its local impacts in a lunch-hour brown bag session on Nov. 19.
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This project focused on improving the usability of climate information for agricultural production in the Midwestern United States. A diverse team of biophysical and social scientists from nine Midwestern universities spent six years working with the agricultural community to develop climate-based decision support tools and resources to enhance farm resilience to a variable and changing climate.
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