Water Chemistry 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 CZO - Stream Water Chemistry (2014-2018)
2 components • Calhoun Experimental Forest and Eco-hydrology Experiments • Water Chemistry • Foroughi, M.; Cook, Charles W.; Heine, P.; Richter, Daniel deB.
Calhoun Long-Term Soil Experiment - Soil Water Chemistry (1991-1994)
1 components • Calhoun Long-Term Soil-Ecosystem Plots and Reference Areas • Soil Science / Pedology, Water Chemistry • Markewitz, Daniel; Richter, Daniel deB.
Links between physical and chemical weathering inferred from a 65-m-deep borehole through Earth’s critical zone. Holbrook, W. Steven, Virginia Marcon, Allan R. Bacon, Susan L. Brantley, Bradley J. Carr, Brady A. Flinchum, Daniel D. Richter, & Clifford S. Riebe (2019): Scientific Reports 9: Article number 4495
Chemical composition of Calhoun streams 2014 to 2016. Foroughi, M. (2016): Calhoun CZO 2016 Summer Science Meeting, Clinton, SC
A dynamical system approach to soil salinity and sodicity. Mau, Y., and Porporato, A. (2015): Advances in Water Resources 83:68-76
A lumped, macroscopic approach to modeling soil moisture, CO2 transport, and chemical weathering in the critical zone. Porporato, A.; Parolari, A. (2015): American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 2015, San Francisco, CA
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
Soil acidification induced by elevated atmospheric CO2. Oh, N-H, and D. deB. Richter, Jr. (2004): Global Change Biology 10 (11): 1936-1946