News

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2014 CZOData Cyber-Seminar Series

06 Mar 2014 (National, Boulder, Catalina-Jemez, Christina, Luquillo, Shale Hills, Sierra) - Presentations describing the Integrated CZO Data system and how to use it; for interested CZO investigators, students & staff.

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Introducing Eel River CZO

03 Mar 2014 (National, Eel) - UC Berkeley scientists will receive $4,900,000 over the next five years to study the Eel River watershed in Northern California...

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Introducing Intensively Managed Landscapes (IML) CZO

03 Mar 2014 (National, IML) - The IML-CZO focuses on intensely managed agricultural and urban landscapes in Iowa, Illinois, and Minnesota.

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Introducing Calhoun CZO

03 Mar 2014 (National, Calhoun) - The Calhoun CZO seeks to understand how Earth’s Critical Zones respond to and recover from severe erosion and land degradation.

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Introducing Reynolds Creek CZO

03 Mar 2014 (National, Reynolds) - New Reynolds Creek CZO leverages USDA ARS spatial and temporal hydroclimate data to improve prediction of soil carbon and critical zone processes

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UW Study: Bedrock Influences Forests More Than Previously Believed

10 Feb 2014 (Sierra) - Bedrock influences forests and landscape evolution much more than was previously thought, according to a study by University of Wyoming scientists.

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New CZOs formally unveiled

17 Jan 2014 (National) - The National Science Foundation formally announced the funding of four new Critical Zone Observatories to be added to expand the network to a total...


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4/13/2014 KGNU Community Radio broadcast: An interview with Suzanne Anderson discussing the floods

23 Apr 2014 (Boulder, Christina) - How likely is it that we'll see mudslides in Colorado like those in Washington? Suzanne Anderson answers the question on a KGNU podcast:

Morning fun with animals/what happened to my data? Vandals?

21 Apr 2014 (Boulder) - We had a game camera set up facing one of our met tripod locations in Gordon Gulch and found these 2 yearling elk coming to check out our recent...

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California Drought Update

18 Apr 2014 (Sierra) - The third dry year in a row has strained California water reserves, emphasizing research on how to improve water runoff quality and quantity.

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Congralutations Bob Anderson!  He is the recipient of the 2014 Hazel Barnes Prize!

18 Apr 2014 (Boulder) - Professor Robert S. Anderson of the University of Colorado Boulder’s geological sciences department and Institute of Arctic and Alpine...

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Events

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Environmental History Forum

Giesen and Richter at University of South Carolina Environmental History Forum


University of South Carolina.

(Calhoun)

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UC Drought Summit

Drought Science, Policy and Management Summit


State Capitol • Room 4202 .

(Sierra)

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Publications

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What makes Darwinian hydrology "Darwinian"? Asking a different kind of question about landscapes. C. Harman C. and Troch P.A. (2014): Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18: 417-433 (Catalina-Jemez, Christina) Cross-CZO

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Bedrock composition regulates mountain ecosystems and landscape evolution. Hahm, W.J., Riebe, C.S., Lukens, C.E., and Araki, S. (2014): PNAS, early edition (Sierra)

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Spatial patterns of vegetation, soils and microtopography from terrestrial laser scanning on two semi-arid hillslopes of contrasting lithology. Harman C.J., Lohse K.A., Troch P.A., Sivapalan M. (2014): Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119(2): 163-180 (Catalina-Jemez, Christina, Reynolds) Cross-CZO

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A Three-dimensional View of Nutrient Hotspots in a Sierra Nevada Forest Soil. Johnson, D.W., C. Woodward, M.W. Meadows. (2014): Soil Science Society of America Journal, In press (Sierra)

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Snowmelt timing alters shallow but not deep soil moisture in the Sierra Nevada . Blankinship, J.C., Meadows, M.W., Lucas, R.G., and Hart, S.C. (2014): Water Resources Research. (Sierra)


Aspect-dependent variations in regolith creep revealed by meteoric 10Be. Nicole West, Eric Kirby, Paul Bierman, and Brian A. Clarke (2014): Geology (Shale Hills)

Breaking the enzymatic latch: Impacts of reducing conditions on hydrolytic enzyme activity in tropical forest soils. Hall S.J., Treffkorn J., Silver W.L. (2014): Ecology (Luquillo)

A stability analysis of semi-cohesive streambanks with CONCEPTS: Couple field and laboratory investigations to quantify the onset of fluvial erosion and mass failure. Sutarto, T.E., Papanicolaou, A.N., Wilson, C.G., and Langendoen, E. (2014): Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-ASCE (IML)

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Power law scaling of topographic depressions and their hydrologic connectivity. Phong, V. V. Le and Praveen Kumar, P. (2014): Geophysical Research Letters (IML)

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Emergent and divergent resilience behavior in catastrophic shift systems. Srinivasan, V. and Kumar, P. (2014): Ecological Modelling (IML)

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