The Calhoun Experimental Forest attracts attention from a wide range of researchers owing to its long-term soil ecosystem plots, and space-for-time land-use plots. From managers, to biologists, to geophysicists, the Calhoun CZO will continue to engage visiting scholars with its opportunities to study deep soil profiles in a uniquely rich historical context.
We are actively seeking new ideas for projects. Researchers interested in collaborating with the Calhoun CZO should contact us - see our people page.
15 Aug 2017 - For Earth Science Week 2017, the American Geosciences Institute invites you to enter the Earth Connections video contest. Submit a brief, 30-90...
27 Apr 2017 - The Forest History Society announces that Zachary Brecheisen is the 2017-18 recipient of the F. K. Weyerhaeuser Fellowship! The fellowship consists...
06 Apr 2017 - 2017 CZO Webinar Series: Critical Zone and Society.
08 Dec 2016 - Bruno Latour, anthropologist and philosopher of science, gave a talk on Critical Zone science and the Anthropocene entitled "From the Anthropocene...
27 Aug 2015 - Presented at the University of Saskatchewan's Global Institute of Water Security 10/29/2014
16 Jul 2015 - A session entitled 'Ecology in the Critical Zone" will take place at the Ecological Society of America (ESA) 2015 Meeting held from August...
20 Jan 2015 - Dan Richter helps answer the question "When did the Anthropocene begin?"
20 Jan 2015 - Geology Prof. Paul Schroeder from UGA is on sabbatical at Istanbul Technical University in Turkey and has been spreading the word about CZO science.
11 Nov 2014 - Dan Richter talks about the Calhoun CZO's "endangered" Cecil soil in a Science feature by Michael Tennesen