The establishment of the shale transect has been possible with the help of several State Parks, including Big Ridge State Park in TN, Lake Guntersville State Park in AL, Whipple Dam State Park in PA and the Goshen National Wildlife Refuge in VA. The Woodhaven Wildlife Center in Chadwicks, NY has provided much support for the establishment of the NY transect site. The Centre for Ecology and Hydrology in Bangor, Wales, United Kingdom has shared decades of data and allowed us to continue research at Plynlimon. These collaborators continue to assist in furthering the science of the shale transect.
TN State Park Ranger Derek Wilson and Doug Dere inspect the weather station at Big Ridge State Park.
30 Oct 2017 - Water Resources Research published a new special collection in September 2017 featuring concentration-discharge research from multiple CZOs.
05 Oct 2017 - Just under 250 geologists from across the state of Pennsylvania spent three days (Oct 5-7) exploring outcrops and research sites in Blair, Centre...
06 Apr 2017 - 2017 CZO Webinar Series: Critical Zone and Society.
27 May 2016 - To kick off the CZO summer display in the Lower Classroom at Shaver’s Creek, the Environmental Center hosted a poster session to learn about...
21 Apr 2016 - New this Year: Educators from state parks around Pennsylvania traveled to Shale Hills (Wednesday, April 20th) for a half day introduction to...