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Nebraska Earth Systems Education Network – Fall 2001 Oct 2001

Nebraska Earth Systems Education Network – Fall 2001

Nebraska Earth Systems Education Network

Content:

"Everything is Connected to Everything Else." by Dave Gosselin, NESEN Director

Right Before Your Eyes -- Introducing Universal Data Visualize by Mark Mesarch

"Awesome Aquifer Adventure" Videos by Lori Davison

Pioneers Park Geology by Roger K. Pabian, CSD Research Geologist

New and Improved NESEN Website by Mark Mesarch

Science Day by Andy Knudsen

Women in Science Conference by Andy Knudsen

The New Learning Web - Explore the World of Natural Science at USGS by Carolyn Bell

NESEN 2001 Summer Workshops by Kylee Anderson

Saltdogs… Where'd They Get That Name? By Edwin F. Harvey, Ph.D., P.G.


Evolution Of A Scientific Meeting: Eighty Annual Meetings Of The American Society Of Mammalogists, 1919-2000, Hugh H. Genoways, Patricia W. Freeman Jun 2001

Evolution Of A Scientific Meeting: Eighty Annual Meetings Of The American Society Of Mammalogists, 1919-2000, Hugh H. Genoways, Patricia W. Freeman

Mammalogy Papers: University of Nebraska State Museum

The American Society of Mammalogists has held 80 annual meetings between 1919 and 2000. These meetings have been held in 32 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, Canada, and Mexico. At least 86 people have served as the chair or co-chair of the Local Committee planning the meetings. The number of technical presentations has grown from a low of 17 in 1921 to 340 in 1994. Symposia were an early feature of annual meetings but did not become a regular feature until 1971. Poster presentations were introduced in 1979 and reached a high of 195 posters at the 1994 ...


Nebraska Earth Systems Education Network – Winter 2000/01 Jan 2001

Nebraska Earth Systems Education Network – Winter 2000/01

Nebraska Earth Systems Education Network

Content:

“Everything is Connected to Everything Else.” by Dave Gosselin, NESEN Director

Global Environmental Change Workshop for K-12 Educators by Steve Meyer

NESEN 2001 Summer Workshops Announced by Dave Gosselin

Research Experience Teaches Students, Educators How Science Is Done by Charles Flowerday

Fall and Winter STEDII program by Mark Mesarch

Electronic Term Papers at UNL by Ken Dewey

“Inside Rain” - Curriculum and Collaborative Effort by Mark Mesarch

NESEN Web Site by Mark Mesarch

Agricultural Science Lessons & Activities Links on Website by Mark Mesarch

Change....New & Improved......Bigger & Better...Easier to Use by Mark Mesarch


Presentation Of The Asp Distinguished Service Award To Robert L. Rausch, Eric P. Hoberg Jan 2001

Presentation Of The Asp Distinguished Service Award To Robert L. Rausch, Eric P. Hoberg

Faculty Publications from the Harold W. Manter Laboratory of Parasitology

Over the past 50 years Robert Rausch has been at the forefront of research on the systematics, taxonomy, biogeography, epidemiology, and pathology of helminth parasites in vertebrate hosts. Research programs and projects have continually emphasized the complex interface of parasitology, sylvatic distributions of pathogens in wild mammals, and public health, whether dealing with tapeworms such as Echinococcus or Diphyllobothrium or with nematodes such as Trichinella. Most meticulous in research, contributions by Dr. Rausch have been characterized by their innovative nature, depth and scope of detail, complete articulation and examination of hypotheses, and novel insights integrating parasites and parasitism within a ...