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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2019 (In Review)
Chemical reactions, porosity, and microfracturing in shale during weathering: the effect of erosion rate . Gu, X., D.M. Rempe, W.E. Dietrich, A.J. West, T.-C. Lin, L. Jin, S.L. Brantley (2019): Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta (submitted) Cross-CZO
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 137(3): 297–306 Cross-CZO
Direct observations of rock moisture, a hidden component of the hydrologic cycle. Rempe, D. and Dietrich, W.E. (2018): Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Mercury sourcing and sequestration in weathering profiles at six Critical Zone Observatories. Richardson, Justin B., Arnulfo A. Aguirre, Heather L. Buss, A. Toby O'Geen, Xin Gu, Daniella M. Rempe, and Daniel deB. Richter (2018): Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 32(10):1542-1555 Cross-CZO National
Controls on solute concentration-discharge relationships revealed by simultaneous hydrochemistry observations of hillslope runoff and stream flow: The importance of critical zone structure. Kim, Hyojin, William E. Dietrich, Benjamin M. Thurnhoffer, Jim K. B. Bishop, and Inez Y. Fung (2017): Water Resources Research, 53:1424-1443 Cross-CZO
Investigating the mechanisms of shale porosity development to understand hydrologic controls on hillslope scale weathering in a comparison across CZOs. Gu, X., Rempe, D., and Brantley, S.L. (2016): 2016 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, 12-16 Dec. Cross-CZO
Process dominance shift in solute chemistry as revealed by long-term high-frequency water chemistry observations of groundwater flowing through weathered argillite underlying a steep forested hillslope. Kim, Hyojin Bishop, James K B Dietrich, William E. Fung, Inez Y. (2014): Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 140: 1-19.