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Posted on June 19, 2015
Lake McConaughy is nearly full. The giant reservoir on the North Platte River has been receiving lots of inflows from heavy snows and continued rainfall in the headwaters in Colorado and Wyoming. Formed by the Kingsley Dam, Lake McConaughy is one of the largest reservoirs on the North Platte River. Built as a hydro-irrigation project […]
Posted on April 17, 2015
Spring has arrived on the Great Plains, or at least to our corner of it. Though we had a relatively mild winter at PBT headquarters in Lincoln, it’s always a relief to experience the seasonal shift to warmer days, more sunlight, and new growth. Our small team has grown as well in the past couple […]
Posted on March 18, 2015
A community works to conserve wildlife habitat along the central Platte River in Nebraska.
Posted on October 2, 2014
Follow a snowflake from the Colorado Rockies through Wyoming dams and reservoirs to fields in the Nebraska panhandle.
Posted on June 26, 2014
The Platte Basin Timelapse Project enters its fourth year this summer. During the past three years, we’ve successfully installed more than 40 remote time-lapse systems from the headwaters of the Platte River in Colorado to its confluence with the Missouri River in Nebraska (solving countless technical challenges along the way). To date, our cameras have […]
Posted on June 15, 2014
This week the PBT team is gathering footage and servicing timelapse camera systems in the farthest reaches of the Platte River Basin, high up in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. We’re looking at snowmelt and runoff in the North Platte drainage at Jack Creek and Silver Creek……and at our highest camera at Lake Agnes just […]
Posted on November 29, 2013
Gill moved to Lincoln, Nebraska from Israel when he was 14-years-old. Not only did he find the different toilets and impeccably green lawns unusual, but he noticed the topic of water was rarely on people’s minds, or even considered a priority.