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Cosmic ray technology draws South African doctoral student to Nebraska

On a clear, chilly morning this past October, the distant cackle of pheasants greeted hunters arriving at CRP fields, signaling the return of upland bird season in Nebraska. They may also have seen Lyndsie Wszola, a master's student in the Nebraska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at the University of Nebraska who is studying how pheasant hunters and pheasants interact in the fields they share.
On a clear, chilly morning this past October, the distant cackle of pheasants greeted hunters arriving at CRP fields, signaling the return of upland bird season in Nebraska. They may also have seen Lyndsie Wszola, a master's student in the Nebraska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at the University of Nebraska who is studying how pheasant hunters and pheasants interact in the fields they share. Continue the Story

Crop model research aids decision-making for corn irrigation in western Nebraska

If you could produce the same amount of food with fewer resources, wouldn't you?

That is the goal of new research led by Justin Gibson, a PhD student in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's School of Natural Resources and a Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute student support grantee. The research recently was published in the Journal of Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. UNL hydrogeophysicst and DWFI Faculty Fellow Trenton Franz is also involved with the project.
If you could produce the same amount of food with fewer resources, wouldn't you? That is the goal of new research led by Justin Gibson, a PhD student in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's School of Natural Resources and a Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute student support grantee. The research recently was published in the Journal of Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. UNL hydrogeophysicst and DWFI Faculty Fellow Trenton Franz is also involved with the project. Continue the Story