WELCOME TO THE CRITICAL INTERFACE NETWORK (CINET)

Investigating the role of critical interfaces for regulating the storage, transport, and transformations of material such as water, sediment, carbon, and nutrients.

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This CINet project hones in on the role of “Critical Interfaces” that play a dominant role in overall functioning of the landscape resulting from the intertwined of hydrological, biological, ecological, geological, and chemical processes.

INVESTIGATING THE SOIL

Researchers looked at all the main sites being used in the CINet project

INSTRUMENTS

CINet utilizes many different types of instruments to gather information

INSTALLING NEW EQUIPMENT

Researchers and staff are installing soil gas cups and sensors in a prairie

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About Critical Interfaces

Critical interfaces serve as transition areas (or boundary layers) for the transmission of material and gaseous fluxes.

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