Nebraska Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit



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Published by Nebraska Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 103 Miller Hall, Lincoln NE 68583-0711


Changing Faces

Adaptive Management

New Research

Geographic Trends in Contamination of Nebraska’s Surface Waters as Indexed by Sex Steroids of Common Carp

Southeast Prairies BUL and Sandstone Prairies BUL Research

Current Research

Assessing the Relationship between Stable Isotopes and Grassland Bird Productivity on Great Plains National Park Service Properties

Cross-Scale Structure in Ecosystems

Diversity and Ecological Functions

Impact of White Perch on Walleye; and Predators of White Perch at Branched Oak and Pawnee Reservoirs


Graduate Student News (Aaron Alai; Nathan (Nate) Gosch; Christopher (Chris) Lewis; Aaron Lotz; Annabel Major; Dustin Martin; Thaddeus (Thad) Miller; Kristine Nemec; Sarah Rehme; Lindsey Reinarz; Lindsey Richters; Chad Smith; Amy Willaims; Justin Williams; Sam Wilson)

Research Cont'd

Monitoring, Mapping and Risk Assessment for Non-Indigenous Invasive Species in Nebraska (Nebraska Invasive Species Project)

Population Assessment of Channel Catfish in Nebraska

Recruitment of Walleye and White Bass in Nebraska’s Southwest Irrigation Reservoirs

River Otter Home Range and Habitats

Spatial Risk Assessment of Invasive Species Impacts on Native Species in Nebraska

Understanding Invasions and Extinctions


Awards & Recognitions