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NE Coop Unit
Established
June 2004




 

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About Our Unit

 

The national Cooperative Research Units Program is a unique collaborative relationship between the Federal government, universities, states, and a non-profit organization.

The first Cooperative Research Unit was established in 1935 and located in Ames Iowa at Iowa State College (now Iowa State University). With the addition of the Nebraska Unit in 2004, the CRU program is now comprised of 40 units.

The mission of the Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Program is to

  1. Train graduate students for professional careers in natural resource research and management,
     
  2. Conduct research that will create new information useful for management of natural resources; and,
     
  3. Provide technical assistance to cooperators.
otter measuring fish (courtesy of Chris Lewis)
field research field research
Butterfly on thistle - USFWS western meadowlark (USFWS)

Important Links

NSF IGERT: Resilience and Adaptive Governance of Stressed Watersheds

Angler Survey Project

Employment Opportunities

Fishing and Hunting Research

Nebraska Bat Migration Project

Nebraska Canid Project

Nebraska Invasive Species Project

Nebraska Wind Energy and Wildlife Project

Prairie Bird Research

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Nebraska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit–USGS
422 Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, Nebraska 68583-0984
Phone 402-472-0449
Fax 402-472-2722
 
   
Nebraska Game & Parks Commission   US Geological Survey   US Fish & Wildlife Service   University of Nebraska-Lincoln   The Wildlife Management Institute  
   

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