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SPRING 2018 VOL. 28/NO. 1

Invited Essay: We, the Heartland: Land(scapes), Community, and the Keystone XL Pipeline, 1, Kate Schneider

Geography of Ecotourism Potential in the Great Plains: Incentives for Conservation, 15-24, Larkin A. Powell, Richard Edwards, Kelly D. J. Powell, Katie Nieland

 Patterns of Diversity and Community Structure of Non-Biting Midges (Diptera: Chironomidae): Support a Targeted Landscape Approach of Nebraska's State Wildlife Action Plan, 25-38, Barbara Hayford, Cassidy Wessel, Jessica Wimmer
Ring-Necked Pheasant Nest Success and Habitat Selection in Central South Dakota, 39-50, Brian J. Pauly, Travis J. Runia, Alex J. Solem, Charles D. Dieter, Kent C. Jensen
The Ups and Downs of Nebraska: Recognizing Gilgai Microrelief in the State, 51-63, R. M. Joeckel, L. M. Howard
Assessment of Common Carp Biomass in Rat and Beaver Lake, 65-72, Sean M. Farrier, Zac Brashears, Keith D. Koupal
Bird Population Changes Following the Establishment of a Diverse Stand of Woody Plants in a Former Crop Field in North Dakota, 1975–2015, 73-90, Lawrence D. Igl, Harold A. Kantrud, Wesley E. Newton 

Book Reviews

  • Estimation of Parameters for Animal Populations: A Primer for the Rest of Us by Larkin A. Powell and George A. Gale, 91, reviewed by Andrew J. Tyre
  •  Learning and Teaching Together: Weaving Indigenous Ways of Knowing into Education by Michele TD Tanaka, 92-93, reviewed by Alma M. O. Trinidad
  •  On Gender, Labor, and Inequality by Ruth Milkman, 93, reviewed by Molly P. Rozum
  •  Explore Texas: A Nature Travel Guide by Mary O. Parker, 93-94, reviewed by Michelle M. Haggerty
  •  The Material Culture of German Texans by Kenneth Hafertepe, 94-95, reviewed by Martin Brückner
  •  Lone Star Steeples: Historic Places of Worship in Texas by Pixie Christensen, 95, reviewed by Mark A. Torgerson
  •  Walking the Llano: A Texas Memoir of Place by Shelley Armitage, 96, reviewed by Dennis Cooley
  •  North Dakota's Geologic Legacy: Our Land and How It Formed by John P. Bluemle, 96-97, reviewed by Lydia Tackett
  •  Farm Workers in Western Canada: Injustices and Activism eds. by Shirley A. McDonald and Bob Barnetson, 97, reviewed by Derek S. Oden
  •  Food, Control, and Resistance: Rations and Indigenous Peoples in the United States and South Australia by Tamara Levi, 98, reviewed by Charlotte Coté
  •  Alberta's Lower Athabasca Basin: Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments ed. by Brian M. Ronaghan, 98-99, reviewed by R. M. Joeckel
  •  The Right Relationship: Reimagining the Implementation of Historical Treaties eds. by John Borrows and Michael Coyle, 99-100, reviewed by Jill Doerfler
  •  Behind the Carbon Curtain: The Energy Industry, Political Censorship, and Free Speech by Jeffrey A. Lockwood, 100-101, reviewed by Randy A. Peppler
  •  John James Audubon: The Nature of the American Woodsman by Gregory Nobles, 101, reviewed by 
  • Matthew Guzman
  •  Historical Archaeology through a Western Lens eds. by Mark Warner and Margaret Purser, 101-102, reviewed by Emily Dale
  •  The Ends of the World: Volcanic Apocalypses, Lethal Oceans, and Our Quest to Understand Earth's Past Mass Extinctions by Peter Brannen, 102-103, reviewed by R. F. Diffendal Jr.

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FALL 2018 VOL. 28/NO. 2

Invited Essay: My Path to the River, Michael Farrell, 107-117

Geologic Mapping of Nebraska: Old Rocks, New Maps, Fresh Insights, R. M. Joeckel, R. F. Diffendal Jr., P. R. Hanson, J. T. Korus, 119-147

Residential Internet Access Cost in Nebraska, Timothy R. Obermier, 149-154

Out Where the West Begins: Measuring Land-Use Preferences and Environmental Attitudes across the Great Plains Transition Zone, Joshua T. Fergen, Jeffrey B. Jacquet, Bishal Kasu, Matthew Barnett, Anne Junod, Sandeep Kumar, 155-172

Late Pleistocene Pollen and Plant Macrofossils from a Buried Wetland Deposit in the Platte River Valley, South-Central Nebraska, Jeremy S. Dillon, Susann Stolze, Ashley K. Larsen, 173-183

Ranchers’ Perceptions of Vegetation Heterogeneity in the Northern Great Plains, Maggi Sliwinski, Mark Burbach, Larkin Powell, Walter Schacht, 185-197

University of Nebraska Student Views of the Iowa Hawkeyes and Wisconsin Badgers: New Football Rivalries and Implications for Schools in the Great Plains, Cody T. Havard, Timothy D. Ryan, Skylar S. Workman, 199-208
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Book Reviews

  • Trespassing across America: One Man’s Epic, Never-Done-Before (and Sort of Illegal) Hike across the Heartland by Ken Ilgunas, reviewed by Patrick Dobson, 209
  • Kearny’s Dragoons Out West: The Birth of the U.S. Cavalry by Will Gorenfeld, John Gorenfeld, reviewed by Joseph G. Dawson III, 210
  • The Erosion of Tribal Power: The Supreme Court’s Silent Revolution by Dewi Ioan Ball, reviewed by Alex Tallchief Skibine, 210-211
  • Making Local Food Work: The Challenges and Opportunities of Today’s Small Farmers by Brandi Janssen, reviewed by Timothy Kidd, 211-212
  • A Knock on the Door: The Essential History of Residential Schools from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada by Aimée Craft, Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, reviewed by J. R. Miller, 212-213
  • Indigenous Women’s Writing and the Cultural Study of Law by Cheryl Suzack, reviewed by Inés Hernández-Ávila, 213-214
  • How America Got Its Guns: A History of the Gun Violence Crisis by William Briggs, reviewed by Aaron Karp, 214-215
  • Wild by Nature: North American Animals Confront Colonization by Andrea Smalley, reviewed by Kerri Keller Clement, 215-216
  • The New Americans? Immigration, Protest, and the Politics of Latino Identity by Heather Silber, reviewed by Natalie Masuoka, 216-217
  • Master Builder of the Lower Rio Grande: Heinrich Portscheller by W. Eugene George, reviewed by Kenneth Breisch, 217
  • Book of Texas Birds by Gary Clark, reviewed by Dan L. Reinking, 217-218
  • Comanche Marker Trees of Texas by Steve Houser, Linda Pelon, Jimmy W. Arterberry, reviewed by Daniel R. Uden, 218-219
  • Common Rangeland Plants of West Central Texas by George Clendenin, USDA–Natural Resources Conservation Service, reviewed by Steven G. Whisenant, 219
  • A Quiet Evolution: The Emergence of Indigenous-Local Intergovernmental Partnerships in Canada by Christopher Alcantara, Jen Nelles, reviewed by David Andrew Reece, 220
  • Out of Place: Social Exclusion and Mennonite Migrants in Canada by Luann Good Gingrich, reviewed by Royden Loewen, 220-221
  • The Language of Plants: Science, Philosophy, Literature ed. by Monica Gagliano, John R. Ryan, Patricia Vieira, reviewed by Benjamin Vogt, 221-222
  • Beautifully Grotesque Fish of the American West by Mark Spitzer, reviewed by Keith B. Gido, Garrett W. Hopper, 222
  • Natural History of the Black Hills and Badlands by Sven G. Froiland, reviewed by Robert T. Reber MSF, 223
  • Ordered West: The Civil War Exploits of Charles A. Curtis ed. by Alan D. Gaff, Donald H. Gaff, reviewed by Aaron Astor, 223-224
  • Plainview: The Enigmatic Paleoindian Artifact Style of the Great Plains ed. by Vance T. Holliday, reviewed by Sara Anderson, 224-225
  • Oklahoma Winter Bird Atlas by Dan L. Reinking, reviewed by Donald Edward Winslow, 225-226
  • The Land Is Our History: Indigeneity, Law, and the Settler State by Miranda Johnson, reviewed by Baligh Ben Taleb, 226
News and Notes, 227