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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

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FALL 2020 VOL. 30/NO. 2

Welcome to Margaret Jacobs, New Director of the Center for Great Plains Studies, Peter Longo, viii

Tributes to Rick Edwards upon His Retirement, Robert F. Diffendal Jr., Michael Farrell, Michael Forsberg, Maurice Godfrey, John Janovy Jr., Katie Nieland, Linda Pratt, Rebecca S. Wingo, David Wishart, George Wolf, Peter J. Longo, John R. Wunder, 91-97

2020 Stubbendieck Great Plains Distinguished Book Prize Winner: Lakota America by Pekka Hämäläinen, Mark Ellis, 99-100

Invited Essay Climate Change and Water Management Challenges Facing the Great Plains, Dave Aiken, Katie Nieland, 101-107

Invited Essay Hope: Believing in a Brighter Future, Susan M. Fritz, Charlie Bicak, 109-112

Perceptions of Risk and Adaptive Capacity Frame Decisions by Namibians Engaged in Ecotourism, Larkin A. Powell, Kelly D. J. Powell, 113-123

People Pipelines: Channeling and Immigrant Integration in a Great Plains New Destination Region, Matthew R. Sanderson, 125-136

Great Plains Ranchers Managing for Vegetation Heterogeneity: A Multiple Case Study, Stephanie Kennedy, Mark Burbach, 137-148

Synoptic Mechanisms behind Extreme Precipitation Event Frequency in Omaha, Nebraska, 1948–2018, Zachary J. Suriano, Elizabeth Seckman, 149-160

Book Reviews

  • The Plains Political Tradition: Essays on South Dakota Political Culture, Volume 3 ed. by John E. Miller, Jon K. Lauck, and Paula M. Nelson, reviewed by Jessica Anderson Schofield, 161
  • Archaeological Perspectives on Warfare on the Great Plains ed. by Andrew J. Clark and Douglas B., reviewed by William C. Meadows, 162
  • Aboriginal Peoples and the Law: A Critical Introduction by Jim Reynolds, reviewed by Fumiya Nagai, 162-163