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    • Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge

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    • Built 1959. Project Description: A bird watchers paradise, this park is built on a sanitation landfill consisting of 400,000 cubic feet of construction waste material layered with soil and located in the heart of a major urban area. The Oaks Bottom...
    • Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge

    •  
    • Built 1959. Project Description: A bird watchers paradise, this park is built on a sanitation landfill consisting of 400,000 cubic feet of construction waste material layered with soil and located in the heart of a major urban area. The Oaks Bottom...
    • Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge

    •  
    • Built 1959. Project Description: A bird watchers paradise, this park is built on a sanitation landfill consisting of 400,000 cubic feet of construction waste material layered with soil and located in the heart of a major urban area. The Oaks Bottom...
    • Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge

    •  
    • Built 1959. Project Description: A bird watchers paradise, this park is built on a sanitation landfill consisting of 400,000 cubic feet of construction waste material layered with soil and located in the heart of a major urban area. The Oaks Bottom...
    • Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge

    •  
    • Built 1959. Project Description: A bird watchers paradise, this park is built on a sanitation landfill consisting of 400,000 cubic feet of construction waste material layered with soil and located in the heart of a major urban area. The Oaks Bottom...
    • Elevated Wetlands

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    • Built 1998. Project Description: Six abstracted elephant-like forms of monumental scale, are actually large filtration planter boxes with hydrophonic ecosystems that clean polluted waters drawn from the Don River. Water is pumped from the river by...
    • Elevated Wetlands

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    • Built 1998. Project Description: Six abstracted elephant-like forms of monumental scale, are actually large filtration planter boxes with hydrophonic ecosystems that clean polluted waters drawn from the Don River. Water is pumped from the river by...
    • Elevated Wetlands

    •  
    • Built 1998. Project Description: Six abstracted elephant-like forms of monumental scale, are actually large filtration planter boxes with hydrophonic ecosystems that clean polluted waters drawn from the Don River. Water is pumped from the river by...
    • Elevated Wetlands

    •  
    • Built 1998. Project Description: Six abstracted elephant-like forms of monumental scale, are actually large filtration planter boxes with hydrophonic ecosystems that clean polluted waters drawn from the Don River. Water is pumped from the river by...
    • Elevated Wetlands

    •  
    • Built 1998. Project Description: Six abstracted elephant-like forms of monumental scale, are actually large filtration planter boxes with hydrophonic ecosystems that clean polluted waters drawn from the Don River. Water is pumped from the river by...
    • Elevated Wetlands

    •  
    • Built 1998. Project Description: Six abstracted elephant-like forms of monumental scale, are actually large filtration planter boxes with hydrophonic ecosystems that clean polluted waters drawn from the Don River. Water is pumped from the river by...
    • Elevated Wetlands

    •  
    • Built 1998. Project Description: Six abstracted elephant-like forms of monumental scale, are actually large filtration planter boxes with hydrophonic ecosystems that clean polluted waters drawn from the Don River. Water is pumped from the river by...
    • Charles E. Bessey in his office at the University of Nebraska

    • University of Nebraska botany Beef Charles E. Bessey
    • The story of range management began in the late 1800s at the University of Nebraska with botanist Charles Edwin Bessey, a member of the Nebraska Hall of Fame. Bessey revolutionized botany, both in how it was studied and how it was used. In...
    • Peter B. Lewis Building

    • rooms and spaces ;classrooms ;buildings ;institutional buildings ;schools (buildings)
    • View along the east elevation, looking north, depicting undulating stainless steel forms

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