Human Dimensions Projects
|Assessment of Hunting on Voluntary Public Access Property and a Habitat Incentive Program. (2013) L. Pennisi and M. Burbach|
|Hunter and Angler Study of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s Open Fields and Waters Program. (2013) L. Pennisi and M. Burbach|
|Nebraska Water Leaders Academy. (2013) M. Burbach and C. Reimers-Hild|
|Social Interactionism at the Community Cooperative Grocery Store (2013) S. Moncure and M. Burbach|
|Institutional Success with Common-Pool Resources - Is Empathy the Key? (2012) G. Lynne, M. Burbach, N. Czap, H. Czap, and S. Moncure|
|Factors Affecting Grassland Management Decisions of Beef Cattle Producers (2012) M. Burbach and S. Kennedy|
|Water Rights Administration – Data and Assessment Support for Conjunctive Use Management. (2007). J.M. Jess and J.D. Aiken.|
|Adaptive Resource Management for Threatened and Endangered Species: A Case Study with Lemhi Basin Bull Trout. (2007). M. Post van der Burg and A. Tyre.|
|The Potential Impacts of a Significant Tornado striking Lincoln, Nebraska. (2007). K. Dewey, J. Bower, and Lancaster County Emergency Management.|
|Focus Groups Soliciting Farmer Input on a Survey of Farmer Conservation Management Practices in the Blue River Basin. (2007). G. Lynne, M. Burbach, B. Sheeder, and C. Quinn.|
|Training Workshops in Oklahoma, Illinois, and New Mexico: Climate Monitoring and Risk Reduction Tools for Agricultural Producers and Advisors (2006) D. Wilhite, S. Goddard, M. Svoboda, C. Knutson, M. Hayes, and I. Cottingham.|
|Ethnographic Interviews to Analyze Tribal Drought Management: A Case Study of the Hualapai Tribe (2006) C. Knutson, M. Svoboda, and M. Hayes.|
|Mail Surveys, Ethnographic Interviews, and Focus Groups to Understand Sustainable Adaptations to Drought and Climate Variability Among Agricultural Producers Across Nebraska (2006) C. Knutson, M. Hayes, R. Hitchcock, M. Kleinschmit, T. Handley, M. Melvin, J. Nothwehr, and L. Graf.|
|Developing a Strategy to Estimate the Impacts of Complex Climatic Events: Analyzing the Economic Costs of Drought in Colorado, Nebraska, and New Mexico (2006) M. Hayes, R. Pulwarty, R. Supalla, K. Schoengold, and C. Howe.|
|Ethnographic Interviews and Stakeholder Collaboration to Develop a Drought Planning Process for Ranchers (2006) C. Knutson, M. Hayes, and P. Reece.|
|A Survey of Drought Impacts in the Upper Missouri River Basin for Inclusion in the National Weather Service’s Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service (2006) C. Knutson, M. Higgins, M. Svoboda, and D. Kluck.|
|Enhancement and Public Evaluation of the US Drought Impact Reporter (2006) D. Wilhite, M. Hayes, M. Svoboda, G. Garfin, C. Knutson, D. Wood, and M. Higgins.|
|Robust Population Management under Uncertainty for Structured Population Models. (2005). A. Deines, E. Peterson, D. Boeckner, J. Boyle, A. Keighley, J. Kogut, J. Lubben, R. Rebarber
R. Ryan, B. Tenhumberg, S. Townley, and A. Tyre.
|Training Workshops in Montana, Kansas, and Washington D.C.: New Climate Monitoring and Risk Reduction Tools for Agricultural Producers and Advisors (2005) D. Wilhite, S. Goddard, M. Hayes, M. Svoboda, and I. Cottingham.|
|A Survey of Drought Impacts in the North Platte River Basin for inclusion in the National Weather Service’s Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service (2005) C. Knutson, M. Higgins, M. Svoboda, and D. Kluck.|
|A Survey of Drought Impacts in the Upper Mississippi River Basin for inclusion in the National Weather Service’s Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service (2004) C. Knutson, M. Svoboda, and D. Kluck.|
JoLeisa Cramer, with camera, assists with a Water Leaders Academy tour of a Platte River Recovery Implementation Program project.
JoLeisa Cramer leads a discussion at a session of the Nebraska Water Leaders Academy.
Water Leaders Academy participants listen to Glenn Johnson, far left, General Manager of the Lower Platte South Natural Resources District, describe the Antelope Valley Flood Control Project.
Water Leaders Academy participants discuss water policy issues.
– Water Leaders Academy participants listen to John Lawson, US Bureau of Reclamation (retired), describe the Whalen Diversion Dam on the Platte River.
Images courtesy of Mark Burbach