Critical zone currencies have consequences for climate, ecology (terrestrial-to-riverine-to-coastal ocean), and human welfare. A broad model framework is needed to guide data collection and analysis in our four focal questions, to synthesize the data into a self-consistent framework, and to project how the critical zone and its currencies will change with climate and landuse.
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.
16 May 2014 - University of California, Berkeley, geologist William Dietrich pioneered the application of airborne LIDAR – light detection and ranging...
08 Apr 2014 - Reactive Transport Modeling Survey – Community Needs for Biogeochemical Studies The below survey is designed by Alexis Navarre-Sitchler, Kate...
Atmospheric, Watershed, Ecological, Stream and Ocean Model
Modeling long-term and large-scale consequences of CZ dynamics in the context of changes in climate, land use, and water mgmt.