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Initial Assessment of Unmanned Aircraft System Characteristics Required to Fill Data Gaps for Short-term Forecasts: Results from Focus Groups and Interviews

Houston, A.L, J.C. Walther, L.M. Pytlikzillig, J. Kawamoto, 2020: Initial assessment of unmanned aircraft system characteristics required to fill data gaps for short-term forecasts: results from focus groups and interviews. J. Operational Meteor., 8 (9), 111-120, doi: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2020.0809.

Public Opinions of Unmanned Aerial Technologies in 2014 to 2019: A Technical and Descriptive Report

PytlikZillig, L. M., Walther, J., Detweiler, C., Sebastian, E. & Houston, A. (2019). Public opinions of unmanned aerial technologies in 2014-2019: A technical and descriptive report. University of Nebraska Public Policy Center, Lincoln, NE. Unpublished report. https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1000&context=lpz

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Research and Evaluation of Courts Pilot Public Engagement Projects

The Public Engagement Pilot Initiative is a joint collaboration of the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) and the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center.  The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) is initiating up to six pilot projects to learn more about how courts can best engage the public to overcome social inequities and […]

A Drone by Any Other Name: Purposes, End-User Trustworthiness, and Framing, but not Terminology, Affect Public Support for Drones

PytlikZillig, L. M., Duncan, B., Elbaum, S., & Detweiler, C. (2018). A drone by any other name: Purposes, end-user trustworthiness, and framing, but not terminology, affect public support for drones. IEEE Technology & Society Magazine, March, 80-91. Doi: 10.1109/MTS.2018.2795121