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1999

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Central Platte River Forests: Breeding Birds and Woody Vegetation, Barbara K. Good

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Soil Moisture Within the Windbreak/Crop Interface and a Comparison of Three Types of Sensors for Measuring Soil Water Content, Qingjiang Hou

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Ecology of Elk in Northwestern Nebraska: Demographics, Effects of Human Disturbance, and Characteristics of Calving Habitat, Bruce A. Stillings

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PLANT AND BREEDING BIRD COMMUNITIES OF BLACK-TAILED PRAIRIE DOG COLONIES AND NON-COLONIZED AREAS IN SOUTHWEST KANSAS AND SOUTHEAST COLORADO, Stephen L. Winter

1998

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Factors Affecting The Movements of Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in Lake Ogallala, Nebraska, Tadd M. Barrow

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Birds and Agroecological Relationships in Organic and Non-Organic Farmland, Nancy A. Beecher

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Landowner and Tourist Attitudes Toward Elk Management in the Pine Ridge Region of Northwestern Nebraska, R. Daniel Crank

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Warfarin: A Forgotten Rodenticide Primary and Secondary Effects of a Warfarin Bait for Black-Tailed Prairie Dogs, Jeff J. Mach

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Influence of Buffer Strip Width and Composition in Reduction of Agricultural Non-Point Source Contaminants, Tim Schmitt

1997

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Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation on Attached Diatom Growth and Distribution, Heather Lynn Emsley Hatsell

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Biology of Shovelnose Sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus platorynchus, in the Lower Platte River, Nebraska, Robin L. Hofpar

1996

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Thermal Tolerances of Platte River Fishes: Field and Laboratory Studies, Brett P. Fessell

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The Effects of Wet Meadow Fragmentation on Grassland Birds, Christopher J. Helzer

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The Biology of Alewife Alosa Pseudoharengus in Lake Ogallala, Nebraska, Eric A. Laux

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Propogation of Juniperus for Conservation Plantings in the Great Plains, Scott Allen Lee

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Histomorphological Responses of Red Shiner (Cyprinella Lutrensis) To Atrazine, Terbufos, and Their Mixture, Ibrahim A. Messaad

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Chronic Effects of Baseflow Levels of Atrazine on Platte River Algae, Karen J. Nelson

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Influence of Prey Availability on Walleye (Stizostedion vitreum), Mark T. Porath

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Growth and Yield of Snap Beans (Phaseolus Vulgaris L.) as Affected by Shelterbelts and Planting Dates, Mohd Nazip Suratman

1995

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Application and Evaluation of a Biotic Index to Sand Hills and Streams of Nebraska, Gregory T. Michl

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Riparian Habitats of the Central Platte as a Corridor for Dispersal of Small Mammals in Nebraska, Thomas D. Silvia

1994

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Converted Railroad Corridors as Avian Habitat in Southeast Nebraska, Kevin L. Poague

1993

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Limnological and Habitat Influences on Wetland Bird Communities in the Nebraska Sandhills, Timothy A. Cramer

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Changes in Benthic Invertebrate Composition in Response to Reservoir Aging, Arthur Popp

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Home Range and Movement Charactersistics of Female White-Tailed Deer at Desoto National Wildlife Refuge, Kurt C. VerCauteren

1992

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The Influence of Alfalfa Root Structure on Plains Pocket Gopher Damage and Behavior, Bruce A. Jasch

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Logistic Regression Models of Habitat Use by Three Cyprinids in the Platte River, Nebraska, Shyi-Liang Yu

1991

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Biology and Ecology of Dioryctria Ponderosae Dyar and Dioryctria Tumicolella Mutuura, Munroe and Ross, Mark A. Brohman

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Biology and Ecology of Dioryctria Ponderosae Dyar and Dioryctria Tumicolella Mutuura, Munroe and Ross, Mark A. Brohman

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Ecological Aspects of Burrowing Owl Nesting Strategies in the Nebraska Panhandle, Martha J. Desmond

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Bird Response to Monofilament Lines at Backyard Feeders, Kimberly K. Kessler

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Effects of the Conservation Reserve Program on Selected Wildlife Populations in Southeast Nebraska, Justin W. King

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Potential Effects of Climate Change on Milk Production and Conception Rate in Dairy Cattle in the United States and Western Europe, Peggy Lea Klinedinst

1990

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Evaluation of Monofilament Lines to Prevent Damage by Birds, Danilo A. Aguero

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A Report On Black-Tailed Prairie Dogs In Nebraska-- Their Biology, Behavior, Ecology, Management, And Responses To A Visual Barrier Fence, Nancy S. Foster

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Interactions Between Plains Pocket Gophers and Two Varieties of Dryland Alfalfa, James C. Luchsinger

1989

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Reproductive Biology of Pinus sylvestris L.: Seed Yield, Flower Phenology, the Response of Young Seedlings to GA 4/7, and Developmental Anatomy, Teresa K. Boes

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Dehydration Tolerance of Several Populus deltoides Clones, G. Michael Gebre

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Habitat Use And Diet Analysis Of Breeding Common Barn-Owls in Western Nebraska, Joseph A. Gubanyi M.S.

1987

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Effects of Sediment Addition on the Drift of Aquatic Macroinvertebrates in Nine Mile Creek, Nebraska, Laurence Angle

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A Test of Habitat Evaluation Models Using Avian Densities, Jeremy B. Cable

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Prairie Dog Population Growth: Relationships to Population Density, Habitat, and Livestock Grazing Management, Kelly A. Cable

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Fox Squirrel Interaction with Electrical Transformers, J. Christipher Hamilton

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Fox Squirrel Interaction with Electrical Transformers, J. Christopher Hamilton

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Effect of Shelterbelts on Growth, Yield, and Quality of Alfalfa (Medicago Sativa L.), Thomas G. Hans

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A Field Test of Habitat Evaluation Procedures for Creek Chub (Semotilus atromaculatus) and Channel Catfish (Ictalurus punctatus), Donald W. Zaroban

1986

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Effect of Pre-Burn Artificial Litter and Prescribed Burning on Smooth Brome (Bromus Inermis Leyss), Patricia R. Boehner

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Environmental and Physiological Effects on Water Use of Cereal Crops, Joon Kim

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Improving Nebraska's Near-Real Time Weather-Based Products Through User Interaction, Steven J. Meyer

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The Population Biology of Oak Middle Creek Structure 58-B After an Experimental Stocking with Adult Fish: a Three Year Evaluation, Donn A. Rodekohr

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Interspecific Interactions of Green Sunfish (Lepomis cyanellus) and (Creek Chub (Semotilus atromaculatus) in Small Streams in Southeast Nebraska, Steve L. Schleiger

1985

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Thiram and Methiocarb as Deer Mouse Repellents and Agents for Conditioned Aversion, Bobbi A. Holm

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Changes in Photosynthesis Rate in Pinus sylvestris L. and Pinus banksiana Lamb Seedlings Subjected to Drought Stress, George A. Riggs Jr.

1984

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House Mouse Populations and Their Damage to Common Building Insulations, Daryl D. Fisher

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Effects of the Plains Pocket Gopher (Geomys bursarius) on Hay Meadows and Irrigated Alfalfa in the Nebraska Sandhills, Patrick J. Hegarty

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Small Mammal Populations and Rodent Damage in Nebraska No-Tillage Crop Fields, Kent E. Holm

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Vital Characteristics of the Black-Tailed Jack Rabbit in East-Central Nebraska, Rockford G. Plettner

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A Study of the Crayfish Orconectes Immunis in an Intermittent Nebraska Stream, John J. Shadle

1983

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Turbulent Exchange of Carbon Dioxide, Water Vapor, Heat and Momentum Over Crop Surfaces, Dean E. Anderson

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Methiocarb and Thiram as Thirteen-Lined Ground Squirrel Repellents in Newly Planted Corn, Ann E. Koehler

1982

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Mass and Energy Exchanges of Soybeans: Microclimate-Plant Architectural Interactions, Dennis D. Baldocchi

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Variation of Whole Body Components as an Indicator of Habitat Quality in Geomys Bursarius and Peromyscus Maniculatus, Joseph W. Nietfeldt

1980

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Irrigation Scheduling of Corn Utilizing Infrared Thermometry, Kirk L. Clawson

1979

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Environmental and Physiological Effects on the Carbon Exchange Rate and Water Use Efficiency of Alfalfa, Dennis D. Baldocchi

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Distributional and Dimensional Patterns of Muskrat Burrows, James G. Bruner

1978

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The Phosphorus Dynamics of a Eutrophic Prairie Reservoir, John F. Bender

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The Dietary Effects of Rana Catesbeiana Larvae on Micropterus Salmoides, Eric Jon Evenson

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Production Rates of Benthic Insects in a Turbid Reservoir, John C. Lund

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Turbulent Transfer Over an Irrigated Crop Under Conditions of Sensible Heat Advection, Raymond P. Motha

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Social and Spatial Relationships of Coyote Families and Neighboring Coyotes, Althoff D. P.

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Movements and Activity Patterns of the Plains Pocket Gopher (Geomys bursarius) in Nebraska, Dallas Virchow

1977

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Local and Regional Components of Sensible Heat Advection, T. W. Brakke

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Local and Regional Components of Sensible Heat Advection, T. W. Brakke

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Influence of Irrigation on the Microclimate and Development of White Mold Disease in Dry Edible Beans, L. E. Hipps

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Temperatures of Alfalfa, Sorghum, Soybean and Grass as Measured with Leaf Thermocouples and an Infrared Thermometer, Silvio Steinmetz

1976

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Ecology of Suspected Damaging Coyotes and Their Interactions with Domestic Poultry and Livestock, William F. Andelt

1973

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Spectral Irradiance in Nebraska Reservoirs and a New Instrument for Its Measurement, Gary D. Uphoff

1971

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A Study of the Limnetic Zooplankton of Five Flood Control Reservoirs, Glen R. Helzer

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Response of Fraxinus Pennsylvanica M. Provenances to Daylength and Temperature, Cheng-Chun Ying

1925

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A Geographic Interpretation of Some of the Factors Effective in the Location and Development of Lincoln, Nebraska., Ruth McDill