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The School of Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is comprised of six integrated faculty areas: Applied Climate Science, Applied Ecology, Geography & GIScience, Geology & Soil, Human Dimensions, and Water. Applied Climate Scientists study interactions between the atmosphere and natural and agricultural ecosystems, as well as the influences of these interactions on water resources and on societies. Applied Ecology researchers study plants, animals, the natural processes that sustain them and the impact of human activities on natural and managed ecosystems. Geographers study the spatial dimensions of human societies and earth's environment. Geologists study soil, water, and other aspects of the physical environment on and below the Earth’s surface. Human Dimensions researchers study the interactions between humans and their surroundings, as well as the beliefs and attitudes that people hold about the natural world. Water researchers build understanding that helps protect and conserve this valuable limited renewable resource. <?xml:namespace prefix = o />
The School of Natural Resources will be an international leader in natural resources education, research, and outreach. The School will also be the primary provider of natural resources information and service to the citizens and stakeholders of Nebraska.