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NRT program featured in Nebraska’s annual research report

NRT program featured in Nebraska’s annual research report

Nebraska’s National Research Traineeship director Craig Allen and the research of NRT student Daniel Rico figured prominently in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s annual research report. The program is based at the School of Natural Resources.   12/4/2018
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To Hold a Beautiful, Burning Snake

To Hold a Beautiful, Burning Snake

They said the Thompson Ridge wildfire was a good fire. A dead aspen, black and brown sheaves of bark sloughing off in the droughty summer, fell into a power line and ignited.  11/14/2018
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Master's student heads to Meteo-France

Starting in November 2018, National Drought Mitigation Center graduate research assistant Tony Mucia will be looking at remote-sensing data from a new vantage point on Earth.   11/7/2018
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 Urban foxes: Reports spike in Lincoln as researchers trap, study the sly animals

Urban foxes: Reports spike in Lincoln as researchers trap, study the sly animals

He carries with him rancid chicken necks, a bottle of fox urine and a jar of gland lure, so it’s best to stay upwind of Kyle Dougherty  5/29/2018
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Investigating Hydraulic Conductivity Transience in Sandy Rivers

Investigating Hydraulic Conductivity Transience in Sandy Rivers

Drone imagery was used to monitor changes in stream geomorphology over time. This research project investigated processes responsible for hydraulic conductivity transience in sandy rivers.  1/1/2018
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Fiber-optic Technique Senses Groundwater Discharge into Surface Water

Fiber-optic Technique Senses Groundwater Discharge into Surface Water

Assembled fiber-optic distributed temperature sensor (FO-DTS) on Gudmundsen Sandhills Research Laboratory. FO-DTS is a technique that uses fiber-optic cable deployed on a streambed to sense groundwater discharge into surface water.  1/1/2018
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