National Drought Mitigation Center
The National Drought Mitigation Center (NDMC), established at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1995, helps people and institutions develop and implement measures to reduce societal vulnerability to drought, stressing preparedness and risk management rather than crisis management.
The NDMC collaborates with many federal, state, and international agencies.
An overview of all the projects that are currently underway, with links to additional information.
An overview of projects and research recently completed and links to final products and materials.
See a full listing of staff and their profiles.
The National Drought Mitigation Center is divided into three main research program areas: Climate-Based Monitoring, GIScience and Analysis, and Planning and Social Science .
Click here to view a video on the NDMC produced by UNL.
The National Drought Mitigation Center is physically located on the eighth floor of Hardin Hall, on the northeast corner of the intersection of Holdrege and 33rd Streets in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Look here for publications by the NDMC, including DroughtScape - our quarterly newsletter, scholarly publications, and the Drought Network News archive.
The National Drought Mitigation Center | 3310 Holdrege Street | P.O. Box 830988 | Lincoln, NE 68583–0988
phone: (402) 472–6707 | fax: (402) 472–2946 | Contact Us