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In 1954, as an impetuous, irascible 16-year-old, I got my first view quite by accident of Nebraska’s Sand Hills. In my sophomore year of high school it had occurred to me that the lakes and forests of Michigan were too small for my burgeoning personality. I was an athlete of sorts, a student leader, but also an addict of Faulkner and James Joyce. Throw in Rimbaud and Dostoyevsky and I was an absurdly premature powder keg and felt I should look in a far field.
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The history of this web site and follow-up done at Grasslands and Sabino Canyon Observatories will be discussed. using a prairie case study during one semester or by using the typical lecture format for two different classes (general ecology for majors and introduction to biology for non-majors), in alternating semesters. A classroom response system (CPSRF) was employed in both contexts to engage students in the learning process and to assess learning. We measured students’ learning by presenting a set of questions on the day of the case study or lecture (pre-test), and again at the onset of the following class (post-test).
The first settlers of Nebraska found a vast expanse of bluestem, which could be highly flammable. The danger was greatest during the late autumn of a dry season before the winter's snows or after the snow melted during a dry spring. The prairie fire was the brainchild of Gen. Robert E. Mitchell, commander of the military District of Nebraska.