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SPRING 2020 VOL. 30/NO. 1

Measuring Attitudes toward Ethanol Production and Use: A Case Study of Nebraska, Frank Tenkorang, Fletcher Ziwoya, 1-13

"Humbled by Nature": A Rancher's Mental Model of Adaptation in the Great Plains, Hailey Wilmer, Jim Sturrock, 15-33

An Indigenist Theory of Health Advocacy, Regina Idoate, Michele Marie Desmarais, Brittany Strong, Anne Steinhoff, Lilly Tamayo, Gretchen Carroll, Chaulette DeCora, Cassie Rhoads-Carroll, Nicole Tamayo-Bergman, Camille Voorhees, Victoria Hoyt, 35-48

Using Closed-Captures Population Analyses to Estimate Channel Catfish Relative Abundance, Cameron W. Goble, Camden Oathout, Mark A. Pegg, 49-56

Where Are the Native Americans? Early Priorities of the South Dakota State Medical Association, Carolyn Ly-Donovan, Reed Ritterbusch, Evan Meyer, Daniel Schmidtman, 57-70

Who Owns Wells in Kansas? An Exploration of Rural Water Supply Reliance in the High Plains, Brock Ternes, 71-86

Book Reviews

  • After Oil by Petrocultures Research Group, reviewed by Gavin Bridge, 41-42

  • Chemical Lands: Pesticides, Aerial Spraying, and Health in North America's Grasslands since 1945 by David D. Vail, reviewed by Christopher R. Laingen, 87
  • The Natural History of Texas by Brian R. Chapman, reviewed by Lawrence E. Gilbert, 88
  • Where's There's Smoke: The Environmental Science, Public Policy, and Politics of Marijuana ed. by Char Miller, reviewed by Barney Warf, 89

News and Notes, 90