1) A new history of Calhoun book chapter is being published this summer. Written by Dan Richter and co-authored by 19 scientists and land managers, the work is entitled, “Evolution of Soil, Ecosystem, and Critical Zone Research at the USDA Forest Service Calhoun Experimental Forest.” The chapter will appear in USDA Forest Service Experimental Forests and Ranges.
2) A new paper is being published in Procedia by Zach Brecheisen and Dan Richter. Entitled "Ordering interfluves: a simple proposal for understanding critical zone evolution", Zach will deliver this paper as a poster presentation at the 10th International Symposium of Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface to be held in Paris, 18-22 August 2014.
Evolution of Soil, Ecosystem, and Critical Zone Research at the USDA FS Calhoun Experimental Forest. Richter, D. deB., A.R. Bacon, S.A. Billings, D. Binkley, M. Buford, M.A. Callaham, A.E. Curry, R.L. Fimmen, A. S. Grandy, P.R. Heine, M. Hofmockel, J.A. Jackson, E. LeMaster, J. Li, D. Markewitz, M.L. Mobley, M.W. Morrison, M.S. Strickland, T. Waldrop, and C. G. Wells (2014): In: USDA Forest Service Experimental Forests and Ranges: Research for the Long Term, Chapter: 18, Publisher: Springer Verlag, Editors: D.C. Hayes, S.L. Stout, R.H. Crawford, A.P. Hoover, pp. 405-433
Ordering interfluves: A simple proposal for understanding critical zone evolution. Brecheisen, Z.S., and D. deB. Richter (2014): Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 10: 77-81