Geochemistry / Mineralogy is one of more than 16 discipline tags that we use to categorize and aggregate our interdisciplinary information within and across CZOs. Much of our information has been tagged with 2-3 disciplines.
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2018 (In Press)
Beyond clay: towards an improved set of variables for predicting soil organic matter content. Rasmussen C., Heckman K., Wieder W.R., Keiluweit M., Lawrence C.R., Berhe A.A., Blankinship J.C., Crow S.E., Druhan J.L., Hicks Pries C.E., Marin-Spiotta E., Plante A.F., Schädel C., Schimel J.P., Sierra C.A., Thompson A., Wagai R. (2018): Biogeochemistry (online) Cross-CZO
Global patterns of dust and bedrock nutrient supply to montane ecosystems. Arvin, L.J.; Riebe, C.S.; Aciego, S.M.; Blakowski, M.A. (2017): Science Advances, Vol. 3, no. 12, eeao1588
Controls on deep critical zone architecture: a historical review and four testable hypotheses. Riebe, C. S., Hahm, W. J., Brantley, S. L. (2017): Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 42 (1): 128–156 Cross-CZO National
The problem of predicting the particle size distribution of sediment supplied by hillslopes to rivers. Sklar, L. S., Riebe, C. S., Marshall, J. A., Genetti, J., Leclere, S., Lukens, C. L., Merces, V. (2017): Geomorphology. 277 31.
Quantifying nutrient uptake as driver of rock weathering in forest ecosystems by magnesium stable isotopes. Uhlig, D., Schuessler, J.A., Bouchez, J., Dixon, J.L., von Blanckenburg, F. (2017): Biogeosciences 14, 3111-3128
pSIN: a scalable, Parallel algorithm for Seismic INterferometry of large-N ambient-noise data. Chen, P., Taylor, N.J., Dueker, K.G., Keifer, I.S., Wilson, A.K., McGuffy, C.L., Novitsky, C.G., Spears, A.J., Holbrook, W.S. (2016): Computers & Geosciences 93: 88-95
Testing for supply limited and kinetic limited chemical erosion in field measurements of regolith production and chemical depletion. Ferrier, K. L., Riebe, C. S. and Hahm, W. J. (2016): Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 17 (6), 2270-2285.
Spatial variations in the size distribution of sediment supplied to channels: A synthesis of detrital thermochronometry from 11 size classes in Inyo Creek, California. Lukens, C.; Shuster, D.L.; Sklar, L.S.; Riebe, C.S. (2016): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2016. Abstract EP34A-02.
Grain size bias in cosmogenic nuclide studies of stream sediment in steep terrain . Lukens, C. E., Riebe, C. S., Sklar, L. S., Shuster D. L. (2016): Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface. 121 (5), DOI: 10.1002/2016JF003859
Tracing the Source of Soil Organic Matter Eroded from Temperate Forest Catchments Using Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes. McCorkle, E.P., Berhe, A.A., Hunsaker, C.T., Johnson, D.W., McFarlane, K.J., Fogel, M.L., Hart, S.C (2016): Geology.
Climate and topography control the size and flux of sediment produced on steep mountain slopes. Riebe, C., Sklar, L., Lukens, C., and Shuster, D. (2015): Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
2014 (In Review)
Making soil. Dixon, J. L., Riebe, C. S. (2014): Elements, in review Cross-CZO National
Cosmogenic Nuclides in Weathering and Erosion. Granger, D.E. and Riebe, C.S. (2014): in Treatise on Geochemistry, Volume 5: Surface and Ground Water, Weathering, and Soils. (2nd edition): 401-436
Bedrock composition regulates mountain ecosystems and landscape evolution. Hahm, W.J., Riebe, C.S., Lukens, C.E., and Araki, S. (2014): Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111(9):3338-3343
Geophysical constraints on deep weathering and water storage potential in the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory. Holbrook, W.S., Riebe, C.S., Elwaseif, M., Hayes, J.L., Harry, D. L., Basler-Reeder, K., Malazian, A., Dosseto, A., Hartsough, P. C., and Hopmans, J. W. (2014): Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 39:366-380.
Bedrock composition limits mountain ecosystem productivity and landscape evolution. Riebe, C.S. W.J. Hahm; and C. Lukens (2013): American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2013, abstract #B13L-02
Quantifying effects of deep and near-surface chemical erosion on cosmogenic nuclide buildup in soils, saprolite and sediment . Riebe, C.S., Granger D. E. (2013): Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. Cross-CZO
Cosmogenic 10Be in quartz and magnetite:Using the same nuclide in multiple minerals to quantify differential weathering. Rogers, H. E.; Riebe, C. S.; Granger, D. E. (2013): American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2013, abstract #H51B-1188
Geophysics in the Critical Zone: constraints on deep weathering and water storage potential in the Southern Sierra CZO. Holbrook, W., Riebe, C.S., Hayes, J.L., Reeder, K., Harry, D.L., Malazian, A.I., Dosseto, A., Hartsough, P.C., and Hopmans, J.W. (2012): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2012. Abstract EP41I-03.
From minerals to hillslopes: Towards an integrated framework for interpreting chemical and physical erosion. Hahm, W. J., Riebe C. S., Ferrier, K., Kirchner, J. W. (2011): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2011. Abstract EP43C-0715.
Landscape response to tipping points in granite weathering: The case of stepped topography in the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory. Jessup, BS; Hahm, WJ; Miller, SN; Kirchner, JW; Riebe, CS. (2011): Applied Geochemistry
Effects of Chemical Erosion on Cosmogenic Nuclide Buildup in Soils, Saprolite and Sediment. Riebe, C.S., Granger, D.E. (2011): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2011. Abstract EP41B-0606.
Determination of Spatial and Temporal Variability of Hot Spots/Moments in the Soil on a Small Scale. Woodward, C., Johnson, D. (2011): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2011. Abstract B33G-0553.
Mineral-specific chemical weathering rates over millennial timescales: Measurements at Rio Icacos, Puerto Rico. Ferrier, K. L., Kirchner, J. W., Riebe, C. S. & Finkel, R. C. (2010): Chemical Geology 277:101-114 Cross-CZO
Mineral-specific chemical weathering rates over millennial timescales: Measurements at Rio Icacos, Puerto Rico. Ferrier, KL; Kirchner, JW; Riebe, CS; Finkel, RC. (2010): Chemical Geology 277(1): 101-114 Cross-CZO
Nutrient hot spots in some Sierra Nevada forest soils. Johnson, D.W., Glass, D.W., Murphy, J.D., Stein, C.M., Miller, W.W. (2010): Biogeochemistry 101: 93-103.
Short- and Long-term Perspectives of Soil Change: Interactions between Capacity and Intensity (Invited) . Johnson, D.W., Richter, D.D. (2009): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2009. 90(52). Abstract B34B-01.
Variations in rock-fragment abundance and bulk geochemistry of soils across the Southern Sierra Nevada CZO: Implications for hillslope-channel coupling (Invited) . Riebe, C.S., Hunsaker, C.T., Johnson, D.W., Jessup, B.S. (2009): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2009. 90(52). Abstract EP51E-02.
Investigating Meadow Hydrology and Hyporeic Exchange. Lucas, R., Conklin, M., Tyler, S., Esser, B. (2008): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2008. 89(53). Abstract H21L-06.
08 Dec 2017 - Southern Sierra Nevada forests rely on nutrients from windborne dust
28 Mar 2017 - A team of researchers found that dust provides a much greater amount of nutrients to vegetation in the Sierra Nevada than previously thought.
10 Feb 2014 - Bedrock influences forests and landscape evolution much more than was previously thought, according to a study by University of Wyoming scientists.
16 May 2013 - Job Title: Section Head, Surface Earth Processes Section Agency: National Science Foundation Job Announcement Number: ...
05 Apr 2013 - CZO Cyberseminar was hosted by Dr. Cliff Riebe and students, University of Wyoming on April 18th
Webinar offered April 18th on research from the Sierra Nevada range in California