Geology / Chronology 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.
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Impacts of Quaternary History on Critical Zone Structure and Processes: Examples and a Conceptual Model from the Intensively Managed Landscapes Critical Zone Observatory. Anders, A.M., Bettis, E.A., Grimley, D.A., Stumpf, A.J., and Kumar, P. (2018): Frontiers in Earth Science
Steering Operational Synergies in Terrestrial Observation Networks: Opportunity for Advancing Earth System Dynamics Modelling. Baatz, R., Sullivan, P.L., Li, L., Weintraub, S.R., Loescher, H.W., Mirtl, M., Groffman, P.M., Wall, D.H., Young, M., White, T., Wen, H., Zacharias, S., Kuhn, I., Tang, J., Gaillardet, J., Braud, I., Flores, A.N., Kumar, P., Lin, H., Ghezzehei, T., Jones, J., Gholz, H.L., Vereecken, H., and Van Looy, K. (2018): Earth System Dynamics
Groundwater Monitoring at the Watershed Scale: An Evaluation of Recharge and Nonpoint Source Pollutant Loading in the Clear Creek Watershed, Iowa. Schilling, K.E., Streeter, M.T., Bettis, E.A. III, Wilson, C.G., and Papanicolaou, A.N. (2018): Hydrological Processes
Using Magnetic Fly Ash to Identify Post-Settlement Alluvium and its Record of Atmospheric Pollution, Central USA. Grimley, D., Anders, A., Bettis, E.A., Bates, B., Wang, J. Butler, S., and Huot, S (2017): Anthropocene
Understanding mass fluvial erosion along a bank profile: Using PEEP technology for Quantifying Retreat Lengths and Identifying Event Timing. Papanicolaou, A.N., Wilson, C.G., Tsakiris, A.G., Sutarto, T.E., Bertrand, F., Rinaldi, M., Dey, S., and Langendoen, E. (2017): Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
Characterizing Vegetation Canopy Structure Using Airborne Remote Sensing Data. Dutta, D., Wang, K., Lee, E., Goodwell, A., Woo, D.K., Wagner, D., and Kumar, P. (2016): IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing
Amino acid geochronology of gastropod-bearing Pleistocene units in Illinois, central USA. Grimley, D.A. and Oches, E.A. (2015): Quaternary Geochronology 25: 10-25
Radiocarbon dating loess deposits in the Mississippi Valley using terrestrial gastropod shells (Polygyridae, Helicinidae, and Discidae). Pigati, J.S., McGeehin, J.P., Muhs, D.R., Grimley, D.A., and Nekola, J.C. (2015): Aeolian Research 16: 25-33
Climatic and biotic controls on silt production and accumulation of loess. Bettis, E.A. (2012): Nature Education Knowledge
A graphical user interface for numerical modeling of acclimation responses of vegetation to climate change. Le, P., P. Kumar, D. Drewry, and J. Quijano (2012): Computers & Geosciences 49(0): 91-101
Agricultural soil erosion and soil organic carbon (SOC) dynamics in the US Midwest: Bridging the knowledge gap across scales. Papanicolaou, A.N., Dermisis, D., Wacha, K., Abban, B., and Wilson C. (2011): The Geological Society of America Meeting
Landscape change in an agricultural watershed in the US Midwest. Rayburn, A.P. and Schulte, L.A. (2009): Landscape and Urban Planning 93:123–141
SOM dynamics and erosion in an agricultural test field of the Clear Creek, Iowa, watershed. Wilson, C.G., Papanicolaou, A.N., and Abaci, O. (2009): Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions
Impact of Euro-American Settlement on a Riparian Landscape in Midwestern USA: An Integrated Approach Based on Historical Evidence, Floodplain Sediments, Fossil Pollen, Plant Macrofossils and Insects. Baker, R.G., D.P. Schwert, E. A. Bettis III, and C.A. Chumbley (1993): The Holocene 3(4): 314-323.
Quaternary landscapes in Iowa. Ruhe, R.V. (1969): Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa
21 Jul 2016 - Jazmin Lopez and Sarah Parcher are undergraduate students studying at the University of Iowa and the University of Nebraska-Omaha, respecively....
07 Jul 2016 - Katie Goff is a masters student studying earth and environmental sciences at the University of Iowa. As part of her research, Goff collects data and...
01 Apr 2016 - Between roughly 2 million years ago and 10,000 years ago, during the Pleistocene Epoch or “Ice Age,” massive glaciers swept across...
26 Feb 2016 - Iowa poet laureate Mary Swander once said that the Hawkeye State has “the most altered landscape in the United States.” This...
28 Nov 2015 - Associate Quaternary Geologist, Illinois State Geological Survey; Prairie Research Institute, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
03 Mar 2014 - The IML-CZO focuses on intensely managed agricultural and urban landscapes in Iowa, Illinois, and Minnesota.