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SNR geologists chosen for national and international committees

SNR geologists chosen for national and international committees

11/8/2021   –   Continue the story...

UNL Conservation and Survey Division appoints Dr. Mohamed Khalil as geoscientist in Scottsbluff

UNL Conservation and Survey Division appoints Dr. Mohamed Khalil as geoscientist in Scottsbluff

9/2/2021   –   Continue the story...

Joeckel featured in NET's "Nebraska Stories" episode about state's first discovered dinosaur tracks

Joeckel featured in NET's "Nebraska Stories" episode about state's first discovered dinosaur tracks

1/15/2021   –   Continue the story...

SNR offers new computer vision and artificial intelligence challenges in agriculture course

SNR offers new computer vision and artificial intelligence challenges in agriculture course

11/13/2020   –   Continue the story...

CSD employees earn critical roles in Nebraska Geological Society

CSD employees earn critical roles in Nebraska Geological Society

10/8/2020   –   Continue the story...

With travel restrictions in place, soil comes to UNL’s Soil Judging Team for this year’s competition

With travel restrictions in place, soil comes to UNL’s Soil Judging Team for this year’s competition

10/5/2020   –   Continue the story...

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Drilling for water in Nebraska? New Conservation and Survey Division product provides need-to-know data on one website  –  9/18/2020

Check out CSD's 2019 year in review with new video  –  5/20/2020

New research shows when Nebraska's groundwater supplies recharge  –  5/20/2020

Geologist Joeckel explores ‘new world’ beneath Omaha as part of bedrock tunnel project  –  5/6/2020

Desert soil research conducted by SNR's Turk spotlights new 'horizon'  –  5/6/2020

Nebraska groundwater levels rise following extraordinarily wet year, according to new report  –  4/22/2020

Nebraska digs in to offer remote instruction   –  3/30/2020