Multiple Disciplines

Understanding the structure and evolution of the Critical Zone requires knowledge of petrology and structural geology, geochemistry and weathering, soil science, geologic dating, biogeochemistry and nutrient dynamics, geomorphology, hydrology, and information management.  Additional information on multi-disciplinary research can be found by searching the key-words in the Data Management page.


luquillo Research Groups

View people and their activity per working group (foci and/or discipline based).


Discipline Tags

View people, news, events, publications, etc aggregated by discipline tag within and across CZOs. Most content is interdisciplinary and tagged with 2-3 disciplines.

Biogeochemistry
e.g. carbon, nitrogen

Biology / Ecology
e.g. vegetation, ecosystems

Biology / Molecular
e.g. microbes, DNA

Climatology / Meteorology
e.g. weather, air pressure

Data Management / CyberInfrastructure
e.g. databases, Q/A, portals

Engineering / Method Development
e.g. wireless networks

Geochemistry / Mineralogy
e.g. elements, isotopes

Geology / Chronology
e.g. bedrock, age dating

Geomorphology
e.g. landscape, sediment transport

Geophysics
e.g. seismic, radar, resistivity

GIS / Remote Sensing
e.g. maps, elevation, LiDAR

Hydrology
e.g. discharge, groundwater

Modeling / Computational Science
e.g. models, algorithms

Outreach / Education Research
e.g. assessment, interviews

Social Science
e.g. land-use history

Soil Science / Pedology
e.g. genesis, classification

Water Chemistry
e.g. surface water, solutes