The Conservation and Survey Division, the natural resource survey component of the School of Natural Resources, is a unique, multi-disciplinary research, service and data-collection organization established by state statute in 1921. The Division's mission is to investigate and record information about Nebraska's geologic history, its rock and mineral resources, the quantity and quality of its water resources, land cover and other aspects of its geography, as well as the nature, distribution and uses of its soils.

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2008

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GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE O'NEILL 1º X 2º QUADRANGLE, NEBRASKA, WITH CONFIGURATION MAPS OF SURFACES OF FORMATIONS, Robert Diffendal, Jr.; Michael R. Voorhies; E. Jane Voorhies; H. E. LaGarry; C. L. Timperley; and M. E. Perkins

1996

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Geologic History of Ash Hollow State Historical Park, Nebraska, Robert Diffendal, Jr.; Roger K. Pabian; and J. R. Thomasson

1985

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Keith County, Nebraska, Map Series, Robert F. Diffendal Jr., Mark S. Kuzila, J.R. Culver, Harold M. DeGraw, R. R. Burchett, M. P. Carlson, T. Eversoll, William D. Gosnold, and Nebraska Geological Survey

1976

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Minerals and Gemstones of Nebraska: A Handbook for Students and Collectors, Roger K. Pabian and Allan Cook

1970

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Record in Rock: A Handbook of the Invertebrate Fossils of Nebraska, Roger K. Pabian

1905

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NOTICE OF A NEW FOSSIL MAMMAL FROM SIOUX COUNTY NEBRASKA, Erwin Hinckley Barbour