Christina, Shale Hills, INVESTIGATOR
Christina, GRAD STUDENT
Beryllium-7 has been of recent interest in estimating short-term erosion and sediment fingerprinting (Walling 2012). However, with few exceptions (e.g. Kaste 2011), little is known about vegetation interception or deposition under a tree canopy. As a part of our sediment fingerprinting studies in the Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory, we investigate the following questions:
Karwan, D.L., Levia, D., Siegert, C., and Pizzuto, J. (2012): Beryllium-7 Wet Deposition in Open Precipitation and Canopy Throughfall. American Geophysical Union Annual Fall Meeting, December 3-7, 2012, San Francisco, CA.
This Paper/Book acknowledges NSF CZO grant support.
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