Kuzelka, R. D., Flowerday, C. A., 1993. Flat Water: A History of Nebraska and Its Water (RR-12) 291 pp., size 8.5" x 11". Description: This chronicle of Nebraska's water history looks at as many aspects of the state's water history as possible. Chapters examine climate and hydrology; industry; technology; economics and finance; extension and education; environmental quality and changes in ecosystems; conservation management and environmental protection; politics and policy; and a farm family's history of irrigation. Essays on the future control of the state's water, its future uses and demands on those uses and on the future of its agriculture are also included. The book also looks at Native American use of water and includes four women writers and profiles of a woman irrigator and early women irrigation promoters. The book is richly illustrated with more than 200 color and black and white photographs, maps and diagrams.