PRESENTATION/TALK - Events

All-Hands Meeting


117 EES Building and the CZO field sites.

Spring CZO Seminar

TBD


117 EES Building.

Spring CZO Seminar

Discussion of models, needs, and next opportunities


117 EES Building.

Spring CZO Seminar

Precepts of Collaboration and Authorship of CZO Manuscripts


217 Forest Resources Building.

Spring CZO Seminar

Understanding the Carbon Cycle in Complex Terrain at Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory


117 EES Building.

Undergraduate Thesis Presentation - Mike Forgeng, B.S. Geosc

Surface and shallow subsurface nutrient transport within an agriculturally active central Pennsylvanian lanscape


541 Deike Building.

2018 Fall CZO Seminar Series

Presentation by Dr. Sarah Ivory, Assistant Professor of Geosciences, on her paleoecology research and critical zone interests


402 Steidle Building.

2018 Fall CZO Seminar Series

Presentation by Warren Reed, PhD Candidate Ecology, will present his local forest carbon pools vs. larger scale forest carbon dynamics research


117 EES Building.

2018 Fall CZO Seminar Series

Presentation by Dr. Anthony Buda, USDA-ARS Research Hydrologist, on pasture and watershed management research


217 Forest Resources Building.

Beth Hoagland, PhD Candidate Geosciences, public defense

Surface water-sediment interactions from pristine to contaminated catchments


541 Deike Building.

2018 Fall CZO Seminar Series

Soil Moisture Monitoring Using Cosmic-Rays


117 EES Building.

Callum Wayman, MS Candidate Geosciences, thesis defense

Understanding the effects of seasonality, land use, and lithology on water quality across scales: from a zeroth order catchment to a HUC 10 watershed


541 Deike Building.

Goldschmidt 2018 Annual Meeting

Goldschmidt 2018 Annual Meeting in the John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center, Boston, MA, USA


Boston, MA USA.

Spring CZO Seminar

Hydrologic Storage and Partitioning across the CZO Network


117 EES Building .

SSHCZO All-Hands


117 EES Building and the CZO field sites.

Spring CZO Seminar

Field plans and Data discussions


117 EES Building.

Spring CZO Seminar

Proposed research by new team member, Dr. Sarah Ivory, and colleagues


117 EES Building.

Spring CZO Seminar

Upscaling our CZO observations: from Shale Hills to Shaver's Creek and beyond


541 Deike Building.

Spring CZO Seminar

Impact of trees in the CZO: what we know, new hypotheses, and next steps


117 EES Building.

AGU 2017 Annual Meeting

AGU Fall Meeting 2017, New Orleans, LA


New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.

William Ball to visit Penn State and CZO

William Ball, Executive Director Chesapeake Research Consortium, Inc., presents seminar Nov 30


100 Huck Life Sciences Building.

Kathleen Lohse, Director of Reynolds Creek CZO, to visit

Improving prediction of soil carbon and fluxes at the plot to landscape scale


107 Forest Resources Building.

Fall 2017 Seminar Series

Short Term Fallout Radionuclides Reveal Sediment Mixing and Transport in the Critical Zone


401 Steidle Building.

Praveen Kumar presents Harleman Lecture

Advancing Food-Energy-Water Sustainability through Critical Zone Science


110 Wartik Lab .

Pamela Sullivan to present Environmental Engineering Seminar

Elucidating How Landscape Heterogeneity Alters Concentration Discharge Behavior in Carbonate Headwater Streams


204 Sackett Building.

Fall 2017 Seminar Series

Dr. Susan Brantley presents "State of the CZO"


117 EES Building.

Fall 2017 Seminar Series

Dr. Eric Roden presents “Extracellular electron transfer (EET) in the critical zone"


401 Steidle Building.

Xin Gu, PhD Candidate Geosciences, dissertation defense

Characterizing Structure and Geochemistry of Shale Pores by Neutron Scattering


541 Deike Building.

SSHCZO All-Hands


117 EES Building.

Spring 2017 CZO Seminar Series

Data Flow & Management and Field Season Preparations


105 Forest Resources Building.

Spring 2017 CZO Seminar Series

Understanding the lithology control of hydrologic processes across the Shale Hills and the Garner Run using model-data integration


117 EES Building.

Spring 2017 CZO Seminar Series


105 Forest Resources Building.

Spring 2017 CZO Seminar Series


117 EES Building.

Fall 2016 CZO Seminar

10Be in central Pennsylvania


105 Forest Resources Building.

Fall 2016 CZO Seminar

Multi-scale Critical Zone architecture at Garner Run revealed from near-surface geophysics


117 EES Building.

Fall 2016 CZO Seminar

Instrumentation of the new Agricultural Site


105 Forest Resources Building.

Dissertation Defense - Lidiia Iavorivska

Dissolved Organic Matter in Atmospheric Deposition: Inputs to Watersheds and Influences of Climate


217 Forest Resources Building.

Fall 2016 CZO Seminar

State of the CZO


117 EES Building .

SSHCZO Doctoral Dissertation Presentation

Fully coupled hydrological and morphological processes for modeling landscape evolution


231A Sackett Building.

SSHCZO All-Hands


Penn State and the CZO field areas.

Spring 2016 CZO Seminar

Nutrient dynamics across catchments: from the field to the model


105 Forest Resources Building.

Spring 2016 CZO Seminar

Root and Fungal Ecology at the SSHCZO


117 EES Building.

Spring 2016 CZO Seminar

Streambed surface water - groundwater interactions at Shale Hills Creek


117 EES Building.

Rescheduled - Fall 2015 CZO Seminar


105 Forest Resources Building.

Dissertation Defense - Doug Baldwin

Improving Estimates of Root Zone Soil Moisture to Understand Ecosystem Drought Sensitivity


319 Walker Building.

Fall 2015 CZO Seminar

Kristen Brubaker presents “Understanding the influence of bedrock on patterns of vegetation and fine scale above-ground carbon storage"


117 EES Building.

Fall 2015 CZO Seminar


217 Forest Resources Building.

Fall 2015 CZO Seminar

The State of the CZO


117 EES Building.

Katie Gaines - PhD presentation and defense

Forest ecohydrology in a central Pennsylvania catchment: A stable isotope approach


105 Forest Resources Building.

December 8 CZO webinar

Using a CZO network to explore the architecture, dynamics and evolution of the Critical Zone


Online.

SSHCZO Seminar Series - Fall 2014

Forests and the critical zone: known knowns and known unknowns


117 EES Building.

SSHCZO Seminar Series - Fall 2014

Development of an integrated hydrogeochemical model RT-Flux-PIHM: what have we learned?


105 Forest Resources Building.

SSHCZO Seminar Series - Fall 2014

Dr. Hyojin Kim will present "Water chemistry evolution through the critical zone revealed by parallel hydrochemistry observations"


117 EES Building.

All Hands Meeting

2014 All Hands Meeting for the CZO Network


Tenaya Lodge, Fish Camp, California.

SSHCZO Seminar Series - Fall 2014

State of the CZO


105 Forest Resources Building.

Xuan Yu - Civil and Environmental Engineering - PhD defense

Modeling, parameter optimization, and ecohydrologic assessment of watershed systems


231 Sackett Building .

Nicole West - Geosciences - PhD defense

Topographic Fingerprints of Hillslope Erosion in the Central Appalachians Revealed by Meteoric Beryllium-10


541 Deike Building.

SSHCZO Seminar Series - Spring 2014

Investigating shale weathering across the Shale Transect


118 ASI Building.

SSHCZO Seminar Series - Spring 2014

MODELING, OPTIMIZATION, AND ECOHYDROLOGIC ASSESSMENT OF WATERSHED SYSTEMS


202 Hammond Building.

SSHCZO Seminar Series - Spring 2014

Effective rooting depth and water age of vegetation at the SSHCZO


102 Forest Resources Building.

SSHCZO Seminar Series - Spring 2014

Dr. Yuning Shi and Dr. Pamela Sullivan will speak on "Approaches to Earthcasting Climatic Controls on Shale Weathering"


117 EES Building.

The Architecture of Deep Weathering at Two CZOs

The Architecture of Deep Weathering at Two CZOs: Groundwater, Regolith, and Solutes at Susquehanna Shale Hills and Luquillo Experimental Forest


Colorado Convention Center Mile High Ballroom 2C.

GSA Annual Meeting

Geological Society of America, 2013 Annual Meeting - CZO presentations


Colorado Convention Center, Denver, Colorado.

CZO All Hands 2013 Meeting

SSHCZO All Hands 2013 Meeting


117 EES Building.

CZO All Hands 2013 Seminar

Adding Time to Geochemical and Hydrologic Processes using Environmental Tracers by Dr. – Kip Solomon, Professor and Department Chair, Geology and Geophysics, University of Utah


301 Steidle Building.

AGU Fall Meeting 2012

CZOs give more than 125 presentations at the 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting


Moscone Center, Fourth and Howard Streets, San Francisco, CA.

Critical Zone Seminar Series

Idealized experiments for data assimilation of vapor isotope with istopic AGCM and ensemble Kalman filter


301 Steidle Building.

Critical Zone Seminar Series

Defect dynamics of wave-generated sand ripples


22 Deike Building.

SSHCZO Doctoral Dissertation Presentation

SSHCZO Doctoral Dissertation Presentation


301 Steidle Building.

Critical Zone Seminar Series - All Hands Fall 2012

Critical Zone Seminar Series - All Hands Fall 2012


117 EES Building.

CZO Seminar Series


301 Steidle Building.

CZO Seminar Series

Eco-Hydrological research flow at SSHCZO -- watershed heat flow modeling


301 Steidle Building.

Critical Zone Seminar Series

2012-05-22 Hydrologic and near-surface geologic variability in a small forested watershed neighboring the Susquehanna Shale Hills CZO


117 EES Building.

Critical Zone Seminar Series

Hillslope Soils and Life


22 Deike Building.

Critical Zone Seminar Series

Temporal and Spatial Scaling of Evapotranspiration Using Plant Hydraulic Theory


301 Steidle Building.

Critical Zone Seminar Series

Tree throw mini symposium featuring Eric Kirby, Rudy Slingerland and Tim White


301 Steidle Building.

Critical Zone Seminar Series

"Fracture Patterns and Their Relation to Groundwater Flow" and the Lysina CZO


301 Steidle Building.

Critical Zone Seminar series - Recap of CZO LiDAR workshop

A Recap of the CZO LiDAR Workshop held in Berkeley, CA December 2011


301 Steidle Building.

CUAHSI Cyberseminar - Chris Duffy on Shale HIlls CZO

The Susquehanna/Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: A Earth-System testbed for process and prediction


Online.

Critical Zone Seminar Series

Geomorphic and stratigraphic archives of hillslope erosion in the Shale Hills CZO


301 Steidle Building.

SSHCZO Masters Thesis Presentation

Catchment-Scale Soil Water Retention Characteristics and Delineation of Hydropedological Functional Units at Shale Hills


Ag Sciences and Industries Building (ASI) Room 324.

Critical Zone Seminar Series

Water chemistry reflects hydrological controls on weathering at Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory


301 Steidle Building.

SSHCZO Masters Thesis Presentation

Using Deuterium and Oxygen-18 to determine the flowpaths and timescales of water at the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory


Sackett Building Room 213.

CZO Seminar Series

A watershed scale groundwater-land-surface model


301 Steidle Building.

CZO Seminar Series

Geology of the Susquehanna Shale Hills Observatory


117 EES Building.

Critical Zone Seminar Series

Moving Toward Quantifying Heterogeneity Controls on Flow and Transport at the Shale Hills CZO


301 Steidle Building.

CZO Seminar Series

A Study of the Physical and Chemical Weathering of the Marcellus Black Shale in Central Pennsylvania


117 EES Building.

SSHCZO Masters Thesis Presentation

Laboratory, Field, and Modeling Analysis of Solute Transport Behavior at the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory


301 Steidle Building.

Critical Zone Seminar Series

The Soil Biogeochemistry of Drought


101 Ag Sciences and Industries Building (ASI).

SSHCZO Doctoral Dissertation Presentation

Coupling Hydropedology and Biogeochemistry in the Shale Hills CZO


101 Ag Sciences and Industries Building (ASI).

Critical Zone Seminar Series

Controls of slope aspect on regolith formation and chemical weathering: U-series isotopes from Shale Hills


117 EES Building.

Critical Zone Seminar Series

Using the stable isotope network to understand the hydrology of the Shale Hills CZO


117 EES Building.

Critical Zone Seminar Series

Manganese at Shale Hills: Examining the biogeochemistry of industrial pollution


117 EES Building.

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