Dr. Nathan Eidem


Office: BHS 345   |    Phone: (308) 865-8684   |    Email: eidemn@unk.edu

Dr. Nathan Eidem


Areas of Interest:

  • Water Resources
  • Social-Ecological Systems
  • Natural Hazards
  • Biogeography


  • B.S. (2003) - University of Nebraska at Kearney
  • M.S. (2005) - Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
  • Ph.D. (2012 - Oregon State University

Dissertation and Thesis:

  • Eidem, N.T.  2012.  Enhancing Social-Ecological Resilience in the Colorado River Basin 
  • Eidem, N.T.  2005.  Directors’ perceptions of public participation in groundwater management of Tri-Basin Natural Resources District 


  • Liew, H.P. and Eidem, N.  2021.  Examining the potential impacts of processes associated with urbanization and land use changes on inundation depths in areas affected by Hurricane Harvey in Houston.  Community Development 1-13. 
  • Liew, H.P. and Eidem, N.  2021.  Examining the potential impacts of social vulnerability on damage levels in areas affected by Hurricane Harvey.  Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 37(4): 51-66. 
  • Liew, H.P. and Eidem, N.  2020.  Assessing the spatial-temporal clustering and health implications of fine particulate matter (PM2.5).  Journal of Public Health 1-11. 
  • Eidem, N.T., Fesler, K.J., and Wolf, A.T.  2012.  Intranational Cooperation and Conflict over Freshwater:  Examples from the Western United States.  Journal of Contemporary Water Research Education  Special Volume on Scale Interactions and Implications for Water Resources, Hydrology and Climate. 147: 63-71. 
  • Eidem, N.  2007.  Conjunctive Management in the South Platte River Basin.  Groundwater News and Views  4(2): 11-12.