Multiple modeling approaches are employed to examine critical zone function and structure. Numerical models being employed include those for landscape evolution, (bio)geochemical reaction and hydrology.
08 Jul 2019 - CZO will end Nov 2020, succeeded by the “CZ Collaborative Network”. Let’s explore how the CZ community can build upon the CZOs via new NSF proposals.
30 Oct 2017 - Water Resources Research published a new special collection in September 2017 featuring concentration-discharge research from multiple CZOs.
04 Dec 2015 - Taking the Pulse of the Earth's Surface Systems In September of 2014, Laurel Larsen (UC Berkley), Elizabeth Hajek (Penn State), and others...
03 Nov 2014 - The US CZO National Office has organized a webinar on December 8, 2014 at 11AM - 12:30 PM ET.
08 Apr 2014 - Reactive Transport Modeling Survey – Community Needs for Biogeochemical Studies The below survey is designed by Alexis Navarre-Sitchler, Kate...
Environmental Energy and Mass Transfer
Conceptual framework for CZ structure evolution based on nonequilibrium thermodynamics.
Semi-Distributed Hydrologic Model
Semi-distributed hydrological model called hsB-SM (hillslope storage Boussinesq-Soil Moisture)
Terrestrial Integrated Modeling System
A coupled model of hydrological, microbial, geochemical, geomorphological and ecological processes at the Earth’s land surface.