Modeling / Computational Science 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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Parameterization of nitrogen limitation for a dynamic ecohydrological Model: A case study from the Luquillo Critical Zone Observatory. Bastola, Satish, and Rafael L Bras (2017): American Geophysical Union 2017 Fall Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, 11-15 December 2017
Mixing as a driver of temporal variations in river hydrochemistry: 1 Insights from conservative tracers in the Andes-Amazon transition. Torres, M.A.; Baronas, J.J.; Clark, K.E.; Feakins, S.J.; West, A.J. (2017): Water Resources Research 53, 3102–3119
Critical zone structure controls concentration-discharge relationships and solute generation in forested tropical montane watersheds. Wymore, A.; Brereton, R. L.; Ibarra, D. E.; Maher, K.; McDowell, W. H. (2017): Water Resources Research 53, 6279–6295 Cross-CZO National
Reducing bias and quantifying uncertainty in watershed flux estimates: The R package loadflex . Appling A.P., Leon M.C., McDowell W.H. (2015): Ecosphere
Hot spots of sediment sources and links to Soil Organic Carbon Dynamics. Dialynas, Y., Bastola, S. (2015): Luquillo CZO Cyber Seminar 2-20-2015
Composite Method; Report from LiDAR workshop; CZO Cyber Meeting at Stroud . Miguel Leon (2014): All-hands Meeting of the Luquillo Critical Zone Observatory, Luquillo, PR
Modeling Tropical Forests: Challenges and Opportunities. Sasha Reed, Maria Uriarte, Tana Wood, Molly Cavaleri (2014): AGU Fall Meeting. San Fransisco, CA
Quantifying effects of deep and near-surface chemical erosion on cosmogenic nuclide buildup in soils, saprolite and sediment . Riebe, C.S., Granger D. E. (2013): Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. Cross-CZO
AN EXPANDED HOLOCENE DATABASE OF RELATIVE SEA LEVELS FOR NORTH AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN: IMPLICATIONS FOR 20TH CENTURY SEA-LEVEL RISE AND GEOPHYSICAL MODELS. Engelhart, S. E., Horton B.P., Peltier, R.W., Khan N., Lui S., Vacchi, M. (2012): Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 44, No. 7, p.448
Investigating the complex interface where bedrock transforms to regolith. Brantley, S. L., Buss, H., Lebedeva, M., Fletcher R.C., Ma L. (2011): Applied Geochemistry. Vol 26. S12-S15. Cross-CZO
Geochemical Model of Redox Reactions in a Tropical Rain Forest Stream Riparian Zone: DOC Oxidation, Respiration and Denitrification. Jiménez R.A., (2011): Master's Capstone and Thesis. University of Pennsylvania
Strong climate and tectonic control on plagioclase weathering in granitic terrain. Rasmussen C., Brantley S., Richter D.D., Blum A., Dixon J., and White A.F. (2011): Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 301(3-4): 521-530, Cross-CZO
Hydrometeorology of tropical montane cloud forests: emerging patterns . Bruijnzeel L.A., Mulligan M., Scatena F.N. (2010): Hydrological Processes 25
Reduction of Bedrock blocks as corestones in the weathering Profile: Observations and Model . Fletcher R. C., Brantley S.L. (2010): American Journal of Science, Col. 310, March 2010, 131-164
29 Jul 2016 - CZO seeks postdoc to answer fundamental questions about CZ architecture and hydrologic processes. Work involves data synthesis and building models.
30 Jun 2014 - Did you know that there is a tropical rainforest in the United States? It’s in Puerto Rico—the El Yunque National Forest—and...
Modeling Tropical Forests: Challenges and Opportunities
Moscone West 2002.