Outreach / Education Research is one of more than 16 discipline tags that we use to categorize and aggregate our interdisciplinary information within and across CZOs. Much of our information has been tagged with 2-3 disciplines.
Calhoun Experimental Forest, SC - Land Use History, Photographic Imagery (1932-1987)
1 components • Calhoun Experimental Forest and Eco-hydrology Experiments • Outreach / Education Research, Social Science • Nelson, Donald R., O’Neill, Katherine P., Coughlan, Michael R., Lonneman, Michael C., Meyers, Zachary, and U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service
Cultivating a sense of place in the southern Piedmont using Esri Story Maps. O'Neill, Katherine P., Jane F. Rice, and Daniel deB Richter (2017): In The Trenches, Volume 7, Oct 2017
Water resources and the Earth’s critical zone: Diving below the surface to reach far across the standards. O’Neill K.P., T. Poelzing (2017): Virginia Environmental Education Conference, Virginia Environmental Education Association, Front Royal, VA, Oct. 11, 2017
Exploring landscape processes in South Carolina's southern piedmont using data from the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory. O’Neill, K.P., D. DeB. Richter (2017): South Carolina Science Council, Nov. 10, 2017
Developing a "sense of place": Exploring the Earth's critical zone using ESRI Story Maps. Rice J., and K.P. O'Neill (2017): Virginia STEM Conference: Inspiring teachers, Lexington VA, Oct. 4, 2017
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
Parcel-level land use change at the Calhoun CZO. Lonneman, M. (2016): Calhoun CZO 2016 Summer Science Meeting, Clinton, SC
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
Where ‘life meets rock’: A Critical Zone perspective on water management. O'Neill, K.P. (2016): National Capital Region American Water Resources Associatio, Washington, DC, April 8, 2016
Teaching in the zone: Engaging students through place-based, interdisciplinary science and research at the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory. O'Neill, K.P. (2016): Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences, Washington, DC, June 10, 2016
Place-based exploration of the southern Piedmont: The Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory. O'Neill, K.P. (2016): North Carolina Science Teachers’ Association, Greensboro, NC, October 21, 2016
Exploring landscape processes in South Carolina’s southern Piedmont using data from the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory. O'Neill, K.P. (2016): South Carolina Science Council Conference, Columbia SC, Nov 3, 2016
Adventures in the Earth's critical zone: The Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory. O'Neill, K.P., and H. Morrison (2016): Virginia Association of Science Teachers, Williamsburg VA, Nov. 17, 2016
Frontiers in International Critical Zone Science - Beijing, China Workshop Report. Banwart, S. and Zhu, C. (2015): Beijing Workshop Report, May 21-23, 2014 Cross-CZO National
Jack’s Cave: A Critical Zone Story. Giesen, J. C. (2015): Calhoun CZO 2015 Summer Science Meeting
Seeing is believing: Exploring land use/land cover change in the southern Piedmont using virtual field trips. O'Neill, K. P. (2015): Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences, San Diego CA
The Earth’s Critical Zone as an integrating theme for undergraduate environmental science courses: A case study at the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory. O'Neill, K. P., and Richter, D. D. (2015): Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences, San Diego CA
Education and Outreach at the Calhoun CZO: Updates and Request for Input. O'Neill, K., and Ramey, A. (2015): Calhoun CZO 2015 Summer Science Meeting
Engaging students through virtual field trips: Calhoun CZO. O’Neill KP; Ramey AJ (2015): Virginia Association of Science Teachers, Chantilly VA, Nov. 21. (accepted)
Making connections: Linking human and natural systems through education and outreach at the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory. O’Neill, K. P. (2015): Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD
Humanity's transformation of Earth's soil: Pedology's new frontier. Richter, D. deB. (2007): Soil Science 172 (12): 957-967
09 Feb 2018 - Geophysics, Geochemistry, and Biogeochemistry of the Southern Piedmont Critical Zone
02 Feb 2018 - Duke Assistant Professor Christine Folch (Cultural Anthropology) converses spiritedly with Prof. Bruno Latour (Philosopher of Science) on the banks...
01 Jan 2018 - A 15-week semester-long upper-level undergraduate course curriculum entitled “Introduction to Critical Zone Science” is now available free online.
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...
17 Oct 2016 - Eight soil pits were installed at the Calhoun CZO on 17-18 October 2016 for easy access for soil sampling down to 2 meters. Photo: Will Cook.
03 Oct 2016 - Just posted, thanks to efforts of Don Nelson, Kathy O'Neill, Mike Coughlan, Michael Lonneman, Zachary Meyers, and many other students, is an...
03 Jun 2016 - The Calhoun CZO held its third annual Summer Science Days meeting. In the photo, Calhoun researchers discuss a 18th-19th century pine root...
15 Nov 2015 - Associate Professor, Environmental Science, Roanoke College
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.
08 Sep 2014 - Dan Richter gave a seminar in May 2014 at Stanford University’s Department of Environmental Earth System Science entitled “The changing...
08 Sep 2014 - Dan Richter gave a lecture about the Calhoun CZO to an invited audience assembled by the Forest History Society in Durham NC on April 25,...
01 Apr 2014 - Wyoming Experts in Geophysics Visit the Calhoun CZO for Four Days of Measurements
01 Apr 2014 - Prof. John Quinton of Lancaster University interviews Prof. Richter for the BSSS on the changing model of soil, the topic of the 2013 Russell Lecture
Southeastern Friends of the Pleistocene 2017 Field Trip
Spartanburg County, South Carolina.