Environmental Research Projects

 

Effects of Compaction and Soil Moisture on American Burying Beetles  |  12.01.2016
  • Project #: M049
  • Researcher: W. Wyatt Hoback

 

Species Distribution Model for Swift Fox in Nebraska  |  11.28.2016
  • Project #: M033
  • Researcher: Lucia Corral

 

Identifying and Addressing Soil Property Issues Affecting Roadside Vegetation Establishment |  08.01.2015
  • Project #: M035
  • Researcher: Xu Li

 

Swift Fox Survey Along Heartland Expressway Corridor  |  12.7.2015
  • Project #: M011
  • Researcher: Marc Albrecht

 

Evaluation of Concrete Grinding Residue (CGR) Slurry Application on Vegetation and Soil Responses Along Nebraska State Hwy 31  |  10.14.2015
  • Project #: M335
  • Researchers: Martha Mamo, Dennis McCallister, Walter Schacht

 

Overwintering Biology and Tests of Trap and Relocate as a Conservation Measure for Burying Beetles  |  04.01.2015
  • Project #: M330
  • Researcher: W. Wyatt Hoback

 

Development of a Nebraska Culvert Aquatic Organism Passage Screening Tool  |  10.01.2014
  • Project #: M334
  • Researchers: W. Wyatt Hoback, Jeremy Grauf, Erik Prenosil

 

Stormwater Pollution Treatment BMP Discharge Structures  |  03.01.2014
  • Project #: M304
  • Researchers: David Admiraal & Miles F. Simmons

 

Passive Stormwater Samplers for Sampling Highway Runoff from BMPs: Feasibility Study  |  02.28.2014
  • Project #: M317
  • Researchers: Tian Zhang, John Stansbury, and Massoum Moussavi

 

Fertilizer Effects on Attaining Vegetation Requirements  |  02.04.2014
  • Project #: P334
  • Researcher: Walter Schacht

 

Development and Evaluation of Best Management Practices (BMPs) for Highway Runoff Pollution Control  |  02.01.2014
  • Project #: M314
  • Researchers: Tian C. Zhang, John Stansbury and Massoum Moussavi

 

Establishing Permanent Vegetation after Highway Construction  |  09.15.2013
  • Project #: P302
  • Researcher: Walter Schacht

 

Laboratory and Field Measures of Habitat Suitability for Burying Beetles  |  06.08.2010
  • Project #: P315
  • Researcher: Wyatt Hoback