Water Chemistry 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.
National - Stream Water Chemistry (1982-2015)
1 components • Bisley, Betasso, East Peak, Marshall Gulch (High-Elevation), Providence Creek Subcatchment P301, Providence Creek Subcatchment P303, Providence Creek Subcatchment P304, Eel River Watershed, Puente Roto, Rio Blanco, Rio Icacos, Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory • Biogeochemistry, Biology / Ecology, Hydrology, Water Chemistry • Kim Hyojin, Jim Bishop, William Dietrich, Inez Fung, William H. McDowell, Susan L. Brantley, Beth Hoagland, Pamela L. Sullivan, Molly Cain, Andrew Neal, Jessica Fisher, Tess Russo,Niwot Ridge LTER, Fengjing Liu, Jon Chorover, Peter Troch, Jennifer McIntosh, Paul Brooks, Nate Abramson, Ingo Heidbüchel, Mary Key Amistadi, Shawn Alexander Pedron Jon Chorover, Peter Troch, Paul Brooks, Mary Key Amistadi, Timothy Corley, Xavier Zapata-Rios, Mark Losleben, Katherine Condon, Shawn Alexander Pedron
Subsurface plant-accessible water in mountain ecosystems with a Mediterranean climate. Klos, P. Z.; Goulden, M.; Riebe, C. S.; Tague, C.; O’geen, A. T.; Flinchum, B. A.; Safeeq, M.; Conklin, M. H.; Hart, S. C.; Berhe, A. A.; Hartsough, P. C.; Holbrook, S.; Bales R. C.; (2018): Hydrological Processes: 10.1002/wat2.1277
Insights into hydrologic and hydrochemical processes based on concentration‐discharge and end‐member mixing analyses in the mid‐Merced River Basin, Sierra Nevada, California. Liu F., Conklin M.H., Shaw G.D (2017): Water Resources Research 53, 832–850
Concentration-discharge relationships in headwater streams of the Sierra Nevada, California. Hunsaker, C. T., Johnson, D. W. (2017): Water Resources Research 53, 7869–7884
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
Snowmelt controls on concentration‐discharge relationships and the balance of oxidative and acid‐base weathering fluxes in an alpine catchment, East River, Colorado. Winnick M.J., Carroll R.W.H., Williams K.H., Maxwell, R.M., Dong, W., Maher K. (2017): Water Resources Research 53, 2507–2523 Cross-CZO National
Microbial community structure of subalpine snow in the Sierra Nevada, California. Carey, C.J., S.C. Hart, S.M. Aciego, C.S. Riebe, M.A. Blakowski, E.L. Aronson (2016): Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 48(4):685-701. 2016
Managing forests, water resources and their interaction in the face of increasing drought frequency and severity in semi-arid regions. Hall S.J; Tague, C.; Moritz, M. (2016): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2016. Abstract H24B-01.
Polymictic pool behavior in a montane meadow, Sierra Nevada, CA. Lucas, R.G., Suárez, F. Tyler, S.W., Moran, J.E., Conklin, M.H. (2016): Hydologic Processes
Variation of organic matter quantity and quality in streams at Critical Zone Observatory watersheds. Miller, Matthew P., Boyer, Elizabeth W., McKnight, Diane M., Brown, Michael G., Gabor, Rachel S., Hunsaker, Carolyn T., Iavorivska, Lidiia, Inamdar, Shreeram, Johnson, Dale W., Kaplan, Louis A., Lin, Henry, McDowell, William H., Perdrial, Julia N. (2016): Water Resources Research, 52 (10): 8202–8216 Cross-CZO
SMAP Soil Moisture Data To Improve Remotely Sensed Global Estimates of Evapotranspiration. Purdey, A.J.; Fisher, J.; Goulden, M.; Famiglietti, J.S. (2016): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2016. Abstract H24C-02.
Groundwater and Surface Water Interactions in Relation to Natural and Anthropogenic Environmental Changes. Safeeq, M., Fares, A. (2016): Emerging Issues in Groundwater Resources. Springer International Publishing. 289-326
Effects of Model Spatial Resolution on Ecohydrologic Predictions and Their Sensitivity to Inter-Annual Climate Variability. Son, K., Tague, C., Hunsaker C. (2016): Hillslope and Watershed Hydrology
Tracking water through the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory using radioactive and stable isotopes . Thaw, M.; Visser, A.; Deinhart, A.L.; Sharp, M.; Everhart, A.; Bibby, R.K.; Conklin, M.H. (2016): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2016. Abstract H31K-07.
Is Snow a Drought Buster? The Need to Incorporate Snow into Common Drought Indices. Weiner, J.; Harpold, A.A.; Safeeq, M. (2016): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2016. Abstract H21G-1508.
Resilience Through Disturbance: Effects of Wildfire on Vegetation and Water Balance in the Sierra Nevadas . Boisrame, G.F.S, Thompson, S.E., Stephens, S., Collins, B., Tague, N. (2015): American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA
Hydrological partitioning in the critical zone: Recent advances and opportunities for developing transferable understanding of water cycle dynamics. Brooks P.D., Chorover J., Fan Y., Godsey S.E., Maxwell R.M., McNamara J.P., and Tague C. (2015): Water Resources Research 51 (9): 6973-6987 Cross-CZO
Source Water Flow Pathways In Forested, Mountain, Headwater Streams: A Link Between Sediment Movement Patterns And Stream Water Chemistry . Martin, S., Conklin, M., Liu, F. (2015): H31D. Disturbance Hydrology: Assessing the Impacts of Abrupt Landscape Changes on Watershed Hydrology I Posters, presented at 2015 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 14-18 Dec.
Role of storage on hydrologic and chemical flux in soil-limited alpine catchments in the Southwestern USA. Driscoll J.M., Meixner T., Steven J., Molotch N., Williams M.W., Sickman J.O. (2013): Abstract presented at AGU Chapman Conference on Soil-mediated Drivers of Coupled Biogeochemical and Hydrological Processes Across Scales, Biosphere 2, Tucson, Arizona, 21-24 October 2013 (Talk) Cross-CZO
Hillslope and stream connections to water tables in montane meadows of the southern Sierra Nevada, California . Conklin, M.H., Lucas, R.G. (2011): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2011. Abstract H43N-07.
Hot Spots and Hot Moments: Another Look at Nutrient Variability in Sierra Nevada Forest Soils. Johnson, D. W., Glass, D. W., Murphy, J. D., Stein, C. M., Miller, W. W. (2010): International Annual Meetings
Water and geochemical responses to seasonal changes across the rain-snow transition in the Southern Sierra Nevada (Invited) . Bales, R.C., Hunsaker, C.T., Meadows, M., Kerkez, B., Glaser, S.D., Liu, F., (2009): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2009. 90(52). Abstract B32A-06
Controls of Stream Water Chemistry in Small catchments Across Snow/Rain Transition in the Southern Sierra, California . Liu, F., Hunsaker, C.T., Bales, R.C. (2009): Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2009. 90(52). Abstract H33H-0987.
"Hydroclimate, ecosystem links & the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory. Bales, R; Hunsaker, C; Kirchner, P; Conklin, M; Lucas, R. (2008): Southern Sierra Science Symposium
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.
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