Papers/Books

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74 Publications

2017

On the dynamic smoothing of mountains. Bonetti, S., and Porporato, A. (2017): Geophysical Research Letters, in press

2017 (In Review)

Designing a network of critical zone observatories to explore the living skin of the terrestrial Earth. Brantley, S.L., McDowell, W.H., Dietrich, W.E., White, T.S., Kumar, P., Anderson, S., Chorover, J., Lohse, K.A., Bales, R.C., Richter, D., Grant, G., and Gaillardet, J. (2017): Earth Surface Dynamics Cross-CZO National

2017

Multiple outflows, spatial components, and nonlinearities in age theory. Calabrese, S., and Porporato, A. (2017): Water Resources Research, 53 (1): 110-126

2017

Historical land use dynamics in the highly degraded landscape of the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory. Coughlan, Michael R., Donald R. Nelson, Michael Lonneman, and Ashley E. Block (2017): Land 6(2), 32

2017

Hydro-geomorphic perturbations on the soil-atmosphere CO2 exchange: How (un)certain are our balances?. Dialynas, Y. G., R. L. Bras, and D. deB. Richter (2017): Water Resources Research, 53

2017

Expanding the role of reactive transport models in critical zone processes. Li Li, Kate Maher, Alexis Navarre-Sitchler, JennyDruhan, Christof Meile, Corey Lawrence, Joel Moore, Julia Perdrial, Pamela Sullivan, Aaron Thompson, Lixin Jin, EdwardW. Bolton, Susan L. Brantley, William E. Dietrich, K. Ulrich Mayer, Carl I. Steefel, Albert Valocchi, John Zachara, Benjamin Kocar, Jennifer Mcintosh, Benjamin M. Tutolo, Mukesh Kumar, Eric Sonnenthal, Chen Bao, Joe Beisman (2017): Earth-Science Reviews, 165:280-301 Cross-CZO

2017

A model of three-dimensional topographic stresses with implications for bedrock fractures, surface processes, and landscape evolution. Moon, S., J.T. Perron, S.J. Martel, W.S. Holbrook, and J. St. Clair (2017): Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 122 (4): 823-846 Cross-CZO

2017

Integration of fuzzy logic and image analysis for the detection of gullies in the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory using airborne LiDAR data. Noto, L. V., S. Bastola, Y. G. Dialynas, E. Arnone, and R. L. Bras (2017): ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 126: 209-224

2016 (In Review)

Clay minerals from adjacent hardwood, pine, and pasture sites in the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory, South Carolina, USA. Austin, Jason C., Amelia Perry, and Paul A. Schroeder (2016): Clays and Clay Minerals, in review

2016

Beyond the SCS-CN method: Theoretical framework for spatially-lumped rainfall-runoff response. Bartlett, M.S., A.J. Parolari, J.J. McDonnell, and A. Porporato (2016): Water Resources Research 52(6): 4608-4627

2016 (In Press)

Framework for event-based semidistributed modeling that unifies the SCS-CN method, VIC, PDM, and TOPMODEL. Bartlett, M.S., A.J. Parolari, J.J. McDonnell, and A. Porporato (2016): Water Resources Research, in press

2016

Aging exo-enzymes can create temporally shifting, temperature-dependent resource landscapes for microbes. Billings, S., K. Min, F. Ballantyne IV, Y. Chen, M. Sellers (2016): Biogeochemistry 131:163-172

2016

Radiocarbon Age of Soil Organic Matter Fractions Buried by Tephra in Alaska. Cherkinsky, A., and Wallace K. (2016): Radiocarbon

2016

Substrate quality influences organic matter accumulation in the soil silt and clay fraction. Cyle, K.T., N. Hill, K. Young, T. Jenkins, D. Hancock, P.A. Schroeder, A. Thompson (2016): Soil Biology and Biochemistry 103: 138-148

2016

Special issue of The Earth Scientist about the Critical Zone and the US NSF Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) program. CZO Education/Outreach team (2016): The Earth Scientist, Volume XXXII, Issue 3, Fall 2016 Cross-CZO National

2016

Topographic variability and the influence of soil erosion on the carbon cycle. Dialynas, Y. G., S. Bastola., R. L. Bras, S. A. Billings, D. Markewitz, and D. deB. Richter (2016): Global Biogeochemical Cycles 30(5): 644-660

2016

A coupled force-restore model of surface temperature and soil moisture using the maximum entropy production model of heat fluxes. Huang, S.-Y., and J. Wang (2016): Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres 121(13): 7528-7547

2016 (In Review)

A new look at the global surface energy budget using the Maximum-Entropy-Production model. Huang, S.-Y., Y. Deng, and J. Wang (2016): Climate Dynamics, in revision

2016

Global nitrogen budgets in cereals: A 50-year assessment for maize, rice, and wheat production systems. Ladha, J.K., A. Tirol-Padre, C.K. Reddy, K.G. Cassman, S. Verma, D.S. Powlson, C. van Kessel, D. deB. Richter, D. Chakraborty, and H. Pathak (2016): Scientific Reports 6: 19355

2016

Temperature-mediated changes in microbial carbon use efficiency and 13C discrimination. Lehmeier, C.A., F. Ballantyne IV, K. Min, and S.A. Billings (2016): Biogeosciences 13: 3319-3329

2016

Role of meteorological controls on interannual variations in wet‐period characteristics of wetlands. Liu, Y. and Kumar, M. (2016): Water Resources Research 52(7): 5056-5074

2016

Optimal control solutions to sodic soil reclamation. Mau, Y. and A. Porporato (2016): Advances in Water Resources 91: 37-45

2016

Carbon availability modifies temperature responses of heterotrophic microbial respiration, carbon uptake affinity, and stable carbon isotope discrimination. Min, Kyungjin, Christoph A. Lehmeier, Ford Ballantyne IV, and Sharon A. Billings (2016): Frontiers in Microbiology 7, Article 2083

2016

Learning from the "deep changes in the land": The Critical Zone perspective in environmental science education. O'Neill, K., and Richter, D. (2016): The Earth Scientist 32 (3): 25-27 Cross-CZO National

2016 (In Review)

Boom and bust carbon-nitrogen dynamics during reforestation. Parolari, A.J., M.L. Mobley, A.R. Bacon, G.G. Katul, D.deB. Richter, and A. Porporato (2016): Biogeochemistry, in review

2016

Forest soil carbon and nitrogen cycles under biomass harvest: Stability, transient response, and feedback. Parolari, A.J., Porporato, A. (2016): Ecological Modelling 326: 64-76

2016

Projected changes of rainfall seasonality and dry spells in a high greenhouse gas emissions scenario. Pascale, S.; Lucarini, V.; Feng, X.; Porporato, A.; Hasson, S. (2016): Climate Dynamics 46(3): 1331-1350

2016

Clays in the Critical Zone: An Introduction . Paul Schroeder (2016): Clays and Clay Minerals 65 (5): 586-587

2016

Bistable plant-soil dynamics and biogenic controls on the soil production function. Pelak, N.F., A.J. Parolari, and A. Porporato (2016): Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 41(8): 1011-1017

2016

Comment on “Storage selection functions: A coherent framework for quantifying how catchments store and release water and solutes” by Rinaldo et al. Porporato, A., and S. Calabrese (2016): Water Resources Research 52(1): 613-615

2016 (In Review)

Carbon fluxes estimated from surface CO2 concentration. Shahnaz, S., and J. Wang (2016): Geophysical Research Letters, in revision

2016

The Anthropocene is functionally and stratigraphically distinct from the Holocene. Waters, C.N., and 23 co-authors, including D.deB. Richter (2016): Science 351(6269): 137

2016

Simulating the spatio-temporal dynamics of soil erosion, deposition, and yield using a coupled sediment dynamics and 3D distributed hydrologic model. Zi, T., Kumar, M., Kiely, G., Lewis, C., and Albertson, J. (2016): Environmental Modelling & Software 83: 310-325

2015

Stochastic rainfall-runoff model with explicit soil moisture dynamics. Bartlett, M.S., E. Daly, J.J. McDonnell, A.J. Parolari, A. Porporato (2015): Proceedings of the Royal Society A 471(2183): 20150389

2015

Investigating microbial transformations of soil organic matter: synthesizing knowledge from disparate fields to guide new experimentation. Billings, S.A., Tiemann, L.K., Ballantyne, F., Lehmeier C.A., Min, K. (2015): Soil 1: 313-330

2015

Variations in streamflow response to large hurricane-season storms in a southeastern US watershed. Chen, X., M. Kumar, and B.L. McGlynn (2015): Journal of Hydrometeorology 16: 55-69

2015

Diachronous beginnings of the Anthropocene: The lower bounding surface of anthropogenic deposits. Edgeworth, M., D.deB. Richter, C. Waters, P. Haff, C. Neal, S.J. Price (2015): The Anthropocene Review 2 (1): 33-58

2015

Modeling regional crop yield and irrigation demand using SMAP type of soil moisture data. El Sharif, H., J. Wang, and A.P. Georgakakos (2015): Journal of Hydrometeorology 16 (2): 904-916

2015

Stochastic soil water balance under seasonal climates. Feng, X., Porporato, A., and Rodriguez-Iturbe, I. (2015): Proceedings of the Royal Society A 471:20140623

2015

Nonlinear dynamics of the CAM circadian rhythm in response to environmental forcing. Hartzell, S.; Bartlett, M. S.; Virgin, L.; Porporato, A. (2015): Journal of Theoretical Biology 368:83-94

2015

Model-based analysis of the influence of catchment properties on hydrologic partitioning across five mountain headwater sub-catchments. Kelleher, C., T. Wagner, B.L. McGlynn (2015): Water Resources Research 51(6):4109-4136

2015

Exploring the role of domain partitioning on efficiency of parallel distributed hydrologic model simulations. Kumar, M., and Duffy, C. J. (2015): Journal of Hydrogeology & Hydrologic Engineering 4: 1-12 Cross-CZO

2015

A dynamical system approach to soil salinity and sodicity. Mau, Y., and Porporato, A. (2015): Advances in Water Resources 83:68-76

2015

Surficial gains and subsoil losses of soil carbon and nitrogen during secondary forest development. Mobley, Megan L., Kate Lajtha, Marc G. Kramer, Allan R. Bacon, Paul R. Heine and Daniel deB. Richter (2015): Global Change Biology 21(2): 986-996

2015

The Doomsday Equation and 50 years beyond: new perspectives on the human‐water system. Parolari, A. J., Katul, G., Porporato, A. (2015): WIREs Water 2:407-414

2015

Chapter 6 – Soil Geochemistry in the Critical Zone: Influence on Atmosphere, Surface- and Groundwater Composition. Perdrial J., Thompson A., Chorover J. (2015): Developments in Earth Surface Processes 19: 173–201 Cross-CZO

2015

On the probabilistic structure of water age. Porporato, A., and Calabrese, S. (2015): Water Resources Research 51(5):3588-3600

2015

Ecohydrological modeling in agroecosystems: Examples and challenges. Porporato, A.; Feng, X.; Manzoni, S.; Mau, Y.; Parolari, A. J.; Vico G. (2015): Water Resources Research 51(7): 5081-5099

2015

Soil in the Anthropocene. Richter D. deB, Bacon A.R, Brecheisen Z., & Mobley M.L. (2015): IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 25: 012010

2015

'One Physical System': Tansley's ecosystem as Earth's critical zone. Richter, D. deB., and S.A. Billings (2015): New Phytologist 206 (3): 900-912

2015

Approximate analytical solution to diurnal atmospheric boundary-layer growth under well-watered conditions. Rigby, J. R.; Yin, J.; Albertson, J. D.; Porporato, A. (2015): Boundary-Layer Meteorology 156(1):73-89

2015

Geophysical imaging reveals topographic stress control of bedrock weathering. St. Clair, J., S. Moon, W. S. Holbrook, J. T. Perron, C. S. Riebe, S. J. Martel, B. Carr, C. Harman, K. Singha, D. deB. Richter (2015): Science, 30 October 2015, Vol. 350, no. 6260, pp. 534-538 Cross-CZO National

2015

Chapter 2 – The Role of Critical Zone Observatories in Critical Zone Science. White T., Brantley S., Banwart S., Chorover J., Dietrich W., Derry L., Lohse K., Anderson S., Aufdendkampe A., Bales R., Kumar P., Richter D., McDowell B. (2015): Developments in Earth Surface Processes 19: 15–78 Cross-CZO National

2015

Land and atmospheric controls on initiation and intensity of moist convection: CAPE dynamics and LCL crossings. Yin, J., J.D. Albertson, J.R. Rigby, A Porporato (2015): Water Resources Research 51(10): 8476-8493

2015

Disputed start dates for Anthropocene. Zalasiewicz J., and 23 co-authors, including D. deB. Richter (2015): Nature 520: 436

2015

When did the Anthropocene begin? A mid-twentieth century boundary level is stratigraphically optimal. Zalasiewicz J., C.N. Waters, M. Williams, A.D. Barnosky, A. Cearreta, P. Crutzen, E. Ellis, M.A. Ellis, I.J. Fairchild, J. Grinevald, R. Leinfelder, J. McNeill, C. Poirier, D. Richter, W. Steffen, D. Vidas, M. Wagreich, A.P. Wolfe, and A. Zhisheng (2015): Quaternary International 383: 204-207

2014

Assessment of Pedogenic Gibbsite as a Paleo-PCO2 Proxy Using a Modern Ultisol. Austin, J.C., and P.A. Schroeder (2014): Clays and Clay Minerals 62(4): 253-266

2014

Ecohydrological flow networks in the subsurface. Band, L., J.J. McDonnell, A. Barros, A. Bejan, T. Burt, W.E. Dietrich, J. Duncan, T. Hwang, G. Katul, Y. Kim, B. McGlynn, B. Myles, A. Porporato, C. Scaife, and P. Troch (2014): Ecohydrology 7(4):1073-1078

2014

Ordering interfluves: A simple proposal for understanding critical zone evolution. Brecheisen, Z.S., and D. deB. Richter (2014): Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 10: 77-81

2014

Evolution of Soil, Ecosystem, and Critical Zone Research at the USDA FS Calhoun Experimental Forest. Richter, D. deB., A.R. Bacon, S.A. Billings, D. Binkley, M. Buford, M.A. Callaham, A.E. Curry, R.L. Fimmen, A. S. Grandy, P.R. Heine, M. Hofmockel, J.A. Jackson, E. LeMaster, J. Li, D. Markewitz, M.L. Mobley, M.W. Morrison, M.S. Strickland, T. Waldrop, and C. G. Wells (2014): In: USDA Forest Service Experimental Forests and Ranges: Research for the Long Term, Chapter: 18, Publisher: Springer Verlag, Editors: D.C. Hayes, S.L. Stout, R.H. Crawford, A.P. Hoover, pp. 405-433

2014

Rare earth. Tennesen, Michael (2014): Science 346 (6210): 692-695

2013

Accumulation and decay of woody detritus in a humid subtropical secondary pine forest. Mobley, Megan L., Daniel deB. Richter, and Paul R. Heine (2013): Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43: 109–118

2012

Coupling meteoric 10Be with pedogenic losses of 9Be to improve soil residence time estimates on an ancient North American interfluve. Allan R. Bacon, Daniel deB. Richter, Paul R. Bierman, and Dylan H. Rood (2012): Geology 40 (9): 847–850

2012

“The Changing Model of Soil” Revisited. Richter, Daniel deB., and Dan H. Yaalon (2012): Soil Science Society of America Journal 76 (3):766-778

2011

Interdisciplinary Sciences in a Global Network of Critical Zone Observatories. Lin, H., Hopmans, J. W., Richter, D. deB. (2011): Vadose Zone J., 10:781-785. Cross-CZO

2010

A simple method for estimating the influence of eroding soil profiles on atmospheric CO2. Billings, S. A., Buddemeier, R. W., Richter, D. deB., Van Oost, K., and Bohling, G. (2010): Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Vol. 24, GB2001

2009

Monitoring Earth's Critical Zone. Richter, Daniel deB., Jr., and Mobley, Megan L. (2009): Science 326(5956): 1067-1068

2007

Humanity's transformation of Earth's soil: Pedology's new frontier. Richter, D. deB. (2007): Soil Science 172 (12): 957-967

2006

Changes in stable isotope signatures of soil nitrogen and carbon during 40 years of forest development. Billings, S. A. and Richter, D. D. (2006): Oecologia 148 (2): 325-333

2005

Elemental translocation and loss from three highly weathered soil–bedrock profiles in the southeastern United States. Oh, N-H, and D. D. Richter (2005): Geoderma 126 (1-2): 5-25

2005

What regulates soil CO2 concentrations? A modeling approach to CO2 diffusion in deep soil profiles. Oh, N-H, H-S Kim, and D. D. Richter, Jr. (2005): Environmental Engineering Science 22 (1): 38-45

2004

Soil acidification induced by elevated atmospheric CO2. Oh, N-H, and D. deB. Richter, Jr. (2004): Global Change Biology 10 (11): 1936-1946

2001

Understanding Soil Change: Soil Sustainability over Millennia, Centuries, and Decades. Richter, D.D., and D. Markewitz (2001): Cambridge University Press, New York, 255 p

1958

The Calhoun Experimental Forest. Metz, Louis J. (1958): US Forest Service Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, June 1958

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