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2014 News

December  2014

Deep historic legacy sediments along Holcombe’s Branch

17 Dec 2014 - Examining historic legacy sediments along Holcombe's Branch.

November  2014

Calhoun featured in Science

11 Nov 2014 - Dan Richter talks about the Calhoun CZO's "endangered" Cecil soil in a Science feature by Michael Tennesen

Using a CZO network to explore the architecture, dynamics and evolution of the Critical Zone

03 Nov 2014 - The US CZO National Office has organized a webinar on December 8, 2014 at 11AM - 12:30 PM ET.

September  2014

1933 Aerial photo data

08 Sep 2014 - High resolution black and white aerial photos have been scanned to be digitized to produce information about land use change, hydrology, energy...

Richter presents talk at Stanford

08 Sep 2014 - Dan Richter gave a seminar in May 2014 at Stanford University’s Department of Environmental Earth System Science entitled “The changing...

Richter presents talk to Forest History Society

08 Sep 2014 - Dan Richter gave a lecture about the Calhoun CZO to an invited audience assembled by the Forest History Society in Durham NC on April 25,...

July  2014

Cross-CZO activities

23 Jul 2014 - 1) Aaron Thompson is leading CCZO researchers in cooperating with other CZOs (notably Luquillo) to facilitate cross-CZO research to investigate the...

New CCZO publications

23 Jul 2014 - 1) A new history of Calhoun book chapter is being published this summer.  Written by Dan Richter and co-authored by 19 scientists and land...

Duke PhD Students win 2-year IGERT Fellowships

23 Jul 2014 - Three students working on the Calhoun CZO have been selected to join Duke’s WISeNet program on wireless technology.  They will work...

CUAHSI Colloquium on Hydrologic Science and Engineering 28-30 July 2014

23 Jul 2014 - A number of Calhoun CZO students and PIs will present research results at the CUAHSI meeting entitled, "Water Across the Critical Zone: Scaling from...

Upcoming LiDAR Flights 2014-15

23 Jul 2014 - Investigators are preparing for a leaf-on flight of the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory area of about 150-km2 during the summer of 2014.  The...

First All-Hands CCZO Meeting 2-3 June

23 Jul 2014 - Scientists, staff, and students met at the Calhoun for a two-day meeting to prioritize summer activities in the field and lab. ...

New opportunities for PhD students, postdocs, and undergrads

21 Jul 2014 - Contact the PIs at Duke, Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, Roanoke College, University of Georgia, University of Kansas, and the USFS Laboratory at...

April  2014

2014 All Hands Meeting

24 Apr 2014 - Information for the 2014 All Hands Meeting for the CZO Network on 21-14 September, including registration information and abstract submission.

Reactive Transport Modeling Survey – Community Needs for Biogeochemical Studies

08 Apr 2014 - Reactive Transport Modeling Survey – Community Needs for Biogeochemical Studies The below survey is designed by Alexis Navarre-Sitchler, Kate...

“What’s so critical about the Critical Zone?” webinar

02 Apr 2014 - March 31, 2014. Dr. Enriqueta Barrera (NSF CZO program director) and Dr. Gordon Grant (USFS; CZO Steering Committee chairperson)

Calhoun Geophysics Week with Wyoming Center for Environmental Hydrology and Geophysics

01 Apr 2014 - Wyoming Experts in Geophysics Visit the Calhoun CZO for Four Days of Measurements

Richter interviewed on YouTube by British Society of Soil Science

01 Apr 2014 - Prof. John Quinton of Lancaster University interviews Prof. Richter for the BSSS on the changing model of soil, the topic of the 2013 Russell Lecture

March  2014

2014 CZOData Cyber-Seminar Spring Series

06 Mar 2014 - Presentations describing the Integrated CZO Data system and how to use it; for interested CZO investigators, students & staff.

Introducing Calhoun CZO

03 Mar 2014 - The Calhoun CZO seeks to understand how Earth’s Critical Zones respond to and recover from severe erosion and land degradation.

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