The Catalina-Jemez CZO uses a variety of conceptual and numerical models to investigate coupled earth surface processes.
Multiple modeling approaches are employed to examine critical zone function and structure. Numerical models being employed include those for landscape evolution, (bio)geochemical reaction and hydrology.
08 Jul 2019 - CZO will end Nov 2020, succeeded by the “CZ Collaborative Network”. Let’s explore how the CZ community can build upon the CZOs via new NSF proposals.
30 Oct 2017 - Water Resources Research published a new special collection in September 2017 featuring concentration-discharge research from multiple CZOs.
04 Dec 2015 - Taking the Pulse of the Earth's Surface Systems In September of 2014, Laurel Larsen (UC Berkley), Elizabeth Hajek (Penn State), and others...
03 Nov 2014 - The US CZO National Office has organized a webinar on December 8, 2014 at 11AM - 12:30 PM ET.
08 Apr 2014 - Reactive Transport Modeling Survey – Community Needs for Biogeochemical Studies The below survey is designed by Alexis Navarre-Sitchler, Kate...
Environmental Energy and Mass Transfer
Conceptual framework for CZ structure evolution based on nonequilibrium thermodynamics.
Semi-Distributed Hydrologic Model
Semi-distributed hydrological model called hsB-SM (hillslope storage Boussinesq-Soil Moisture)
Terrestrial Integrated Modeling System
A coupled model of hydrological, microbial, geochemical, geomorphological and ecological processes at the Earth’s land surface.