Variations in hydrologic function across the Critical Zone Observatory network: A step towards understanding the hydrologic coevolution of the critical zone
Evaluation of Passive Capillary Wick Samplers for Measuring Deep Infiltration at the Jemez River Basin Critical Zone Observatory
Harshbarger Building Kisiel Conference Room.
Microbial community and ecosystem responses to fire and warming in grassland and forest soils
Marley 230, Refreshments at 2:45.
Catalina-Jemez CZO: Is it evolution by jerks down deep too?
Examining the influence of tectonic uplift on chemical weathering: insights from concentration-discharge relationships and isotope geochemistry
Using a CZO network to explore the architecture, dynamics and evolution of the Critical Zone
The Frequency and Magnitude of Flood Discharges and Post-wildfire Erosion in the Southwestern U.S
Collaborative Research Opportunities at the Landscape Evolution Observatory of Biosphere 2
Ecohydrological Controls on Land-Atmosphere Interactions in Water-Limited Ecosystems
Woody plant encroachment: Influence of landscape change on soil carbon fluxes, weathering, and ecosystem function
What happens to the rain? Revisiting Penman's (1961) fundamental question in hydrology within the context of western water resources
Geological Society of America, 2013 Annual Meeting - CZO presentations
Colorado Convention Center, Denver, Colorado.
Cordilleran Forest Scaling Dynamics and Disturbance Regimes Quantified by Aerial LiDAR
Bannister Tree Ring Building Room 110.
Quantifying Catchment-Scale Particulate Organic Matter (POM) Loss Following Fire, Relative to Background POM Fluxes
Harshbarger Building, 2nd Floor, Kiesel Room (Rm. 232).
Coupled Transport, Fractionation and Stabilization of Dissolved Organic Matter and Rare Earth Elements in the Critical Zone
Characterizing U-Series Isotope Signatures in Soils and Headwater Streams in a Complex Volcanic Terrain: Jemez River Critical Zone Observatory, Valles Caldera, NM
Deep biosphere: influence of hydrology on microbial carbon cycling and methane generation
Hillslopes and River Channels of the Santa Catalina Mountains: How rock type and climate affects topography in Tucson's Sky Island
Theatre at Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium.
Co-evolution of soils and topography on upland landscapes
CZOs give more than 125 presentations at the 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting
Moscone Center, Fourth and Howard Streets, San Francisco, CA.
How water, carbon and energy drive evolution of the Critical Zone: the Jemez-Santa Catalina Critical Zone Observatory
Stroud Water Research Center 970 Spencer Road Avondale, PA.
Drought-induced tree die-off: An overview and update on patterns, mechanisms, and consequences
Continuous measurement of ecosystem production, respiration, nutrient dynamics , and fire effects in a mountain stream
Snowmelt as a Driver of Ecohydrological Processes: Low-hanging Fruit for Cross-CZO Research
The Jemez-Santa Catalina CZO: Transformative Behavior of Water, Energy and Carbon in the Critical Zone: Quantifying Linkages among Ecohydrology, Biogeochemistry, and Landscape Evolution