Dr. Ying Fan Reinfelder visits for the 2018 All-Hands Meeting at Penn State

Over the course of two days each May, the SSHCZO comes together for the annual All-Hands science meeting at Penn State.  This year, Dr. Ying Fan Reinfelder, Professor of Rutgers University Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, was invited to participate in the activities, present the plenary seminar, and join the advisory committee.   Networking opportunities included science discussions at Lake Perez, instrument demonstrations in the field, career pathways and guidance between students and Reinfelder, and numerous poster sessions to display current accomplishments and ideas for the future.  If you missed it, catch up on this year’s plenary presentation “Three Hydrologic Depths in the Earth’s Critical Zone – Linking Hillslope to Global Processes” and other seminar series presentations by visiting this link:  http://criticalzone.org/shale-hills/news/story/susquehanna-shale-hills-czo-videos/

Greg Mount discusses his geophysical observations from Garner Run.

 

Qicheng Tang shows Sue Brantley data from Shale Hills on macropores.

Ying Fan Reinfelder enjoys lunch discussions with Jason Kaye and David Eissenstat.

 

Ted Primka explains the root imaging captured using minirhizotron.  

Greg Mount discusses his geophysical observations from Garner Run.

Qicheng Tang shows Sue Brantley data from Shale Hills on macropores.

Ying Fan Reinfelder enjoys lunch discussions with Jason Kaye and David Eissenstat.

Ted Primka explains the root imaging captured using minirhizotron.  


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