We study the interactions between the atmosphere and natural and agricultural ecosystems, and examine how that interaction influences our water resources, food production and society. We study the climate record to understand the natural variability of our own state’s weather, how global drivers affect us living in Nebraska, the climate crossroads of the United States, and how our climate future might affect our livelihoods.
EAGER: Elevated Convection in US Great Plains
Researcher(s): Qi (Steve) Hu, George Limpert
High Plains Regional Climate Center
Researcher(s): Rezaul Mahmood, Crystal Stiles, Natalie Umphlett, William (Bill) Sorensen
Cabela's Apprenticeship Presentations April 12, 5-7pm
3/30/2023 – Continue the story...
NIMBUS receives $2M to advance robotics’ role in climate change research
3/27/2023 – Continue the story...
Study confirms nitrate can draw uranium into groundwater
3/22/2023 – Continue the story...