Water Conservation and Management
US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) - Lands along the Missouri River
The Corps developed a substantial Mitigation
Project to acquire the land needed to develop fish and wildlife habitat
from Sioux City, Iowa, to St. Louis, Mo.
Today, the Missouri River hosts
a wide variety of interests and uses, all of which are considered in
the Missouri River Recovery Program (MRRP). They include
social, economic, historical and cultural uses such as agriculture, commerce,
conservation, energy, environmental, natural resources, navigation, recreation,
residential, urban uses and water supply.
locate public lands acquired through the project visit the web site map tool.
To learn more about the Missouri River Recovery
Program visit the MRRP portal page
Instream Flow Project and Information
Presentations on Instream Appropriations and Water Resources
- History-NGPC Instream Flows
Gene Zuerlein, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
- Instream Appropriations in Nebraska
Dave Aiken -University of Nebraska - Lincoln
- Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Briefing,
Mike Thompson Kearney, NE 12-05-2012
- Is There Enough Water? Implication for Understanding Fish-Habitat Linkages in the Niobrara River
Mark Pegg - University of Nebraska - Lincoln
- Hydrogeomorphic Segments and Hydraulic Habitats of the Niobrara River, Nebraska
Jason S. Alexander, Hydrologist - U.S. Dept of the Interior and U.S. Geological Survey.
- What are Federal Reserved Water Rights?
William Hansen, Chief, Water Rights Branch - NPS Water Resources Division, Fort Collins, CO.
- Geohydrology of the Niobrara Basin
James Goeke, Prof. Emeritus, Conservation and Survey Division, School of Natural Resources - University of Nebraska- Lincoln.
- (Coming Soon ) Economics of out of stream water -Dr. Steven Schultz, Professor of Real Estate, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska – Omaha
Questions and Answers on Instream Flows
15 year review of Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Instream Flow Appropriations on the Central and Lower Platte River are listed below.
Read Eric Fowler's Blog on the Ebb and
Flow of our Rivers (Nov. 5-2010)
things I’ve learned … like fluvial geomorphology