Wickham, E., Bathke, D., Abdel-Monem, T., Bernadt, T., Bulling, D., Pytlik-Zillig, L., Stiles, C., & Wall, N. (2019). Conducting a drought-specific THIRA: A power tool for integrating all-hazard mitigation and drought planning efforts to increase drought mitigation quality. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 39. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2019.101227.
Hoffman, S., Schiwart, M., & Shank, N. (2019). 2018 Water issues survey summary: Prepared for the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Public Policy Center. Unpublished survey.
For the first time, emergency managers and community planners have guidance on how to use the federal Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment process to prepare for drought. Developers of a new online, multi-media Drought THIRA Toolkit.
Ou, G., Munoz-Arriola, F., Uden, D. R., Martin, D., Allen, C. R., & Shank, N. (2018). Climate change implications for irrigation and groundwater in the Republican River Basin, U. S. A. Climatic Change, 151, 303-316. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-018-2278-z
This project brings together University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers from the Nebraska State Climate Office, High Plains Regional Climate Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Community and Regional Planning Program, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Bureau of Sociological Research, and University of Nebraska Public Policy Center to help municipalities across the Midwest plan for changes in climate. Projected changes have […]
The University of Nebraska Public Policy Center is participating in establishing the National Science Foundation national Research Traineeship (NRT) program: Training in Theory and Application of Cross-scale Resilience in Agriculturally Dominated Social Ecological Systems. Over five years the program (https://nrt.unl.edu/), led by Dr. Craig Allen (UNL School of Natural Resources), will support 21 masters and […]
A grand challenge for humanity is to supply increasing food and energy demands imposed by a growing human population while preserving food, energy, and water systems’ critical services. This project supported development of a multi-disciplinary team to nurture projects assessing the interactions and adaptations of working agricultural landscapes on human decision-making and of human decision-making […]
Uden, D. R., Allen, C. R., Munoz-Arriola, F., Ou, G., & Shank, N. (2018). A framework for tracing socio-ecological trajectories and traps in intensive agricultural landscapes. Sustainability, 10(5), 1646. doi.org/10.3390/su10051646