Team Bedrock presents at #AGU21


January 19, 2022, 11:01 am - December 14, 2021 12:00 am

Team Bedrock presents at #AGU21

The Bedrock CZCN Cluster team will present a number of talks and posters at AGU this year. The list below shows student presenters in bold font, and early-career scientists in italics. See you there!


  • Jorden Hayes et al., NS35D-0396, Geophysical imaging reveals lithologic controls on weathering at the Panola Mountain Research Watershed, Georgia, USA.
  • Rachel Uecker et al., NS35D-0397, Mapping bedrock topography: a seismic refraction survey in a weathered and crystalline granite in the Laramie Range, Wyoming.
  • Ben Eppinger et al., EP45G-1587, Strong Anisotropy in the Critical Zone: Evidence that Weathering Enhances Seismic Anisotropy in Saprolite and that Permeability Anisotropy may be Related.
  • Brady Flinchum et al., EP45G-1585, Connecting the deep and shallow critical zone: Quantifying inherited heterogeneity of the CZ structure.
  • Sean Bemis et al., EP45G-1584, Growing an Oasis: The Role of Trees in Driving Regolith Production in a Bedrock Landscape, Panola Mountain, Georgia.
  • David Litwin et al., EP45G-1574, The Hydrogeomorphic Evolution of Variable Source Areas.
  • Leonard Sklar et al., EP45G-1573, Variation in Hillslope Sediment Size Controlled by Differences in Subsurface Weathering in a Transient Piedmont Landscape, South Carolina, USA.
  • Jennifer Briglio et al., EP55G-1182, Differing Subsurface Fracture Characteristics Inferred from Ground Penetrating Radar at Two Granitic Sites in the Southern Sierra Nevada, California .


  • Ciaran Harman et al., H41B-06, Panola Mountain revisited: intensive geophysical and geochemical studies reveal the structure of the deep critical zone at a classic hydrologic study site.
  • Steve Holbrook et al., EP43B-06, Controls on critical zone thickness in the Appalachian Piedmont: lithology, vegetation, and state of stress.
  • Russell Callahan et al., EP54B-06, Interpreting critical zone properties from near-surface geophysics and rock physics modeling: Progress, challenges, and prospects