A primary tenet of this webinar series is that to achieve environmental sustainability, society must first understand the CZ system and the coupled physical, chemical, and biological processes and services of the CZ. Understanding how such processes operate, especially those that are of value to society, with and without the presence of humanity, and how they may be altered due to global climate and land-use change, is essential for developing environmental management protocols and sustainable resource-consuming practices.
Watch | "The Most Critical CZ Problems"
Speaker: Susan Brantley, PSU, SH CZO
Watch | "Critical Zone Services"
Speakers: David Breshears and Jason Field, UArizona, CJ CZO
Watch | "Blue Revolution: Water scarcity in a changing world"
Speaker: Praveen Kumar, UIUC, IML CZO
Watch | "Drought resilience and water security"
Speaker: Roger Bales, UC Merced, SSCZO
Watch | "Forecasting of Earth surface processes"
Speaker: Jon Pelletier, UArizona, CJ CZO
Watch | "Policy Relevance of Critical Zone Science"
Speaker: Steve Banwart, ULeeds, UK-China CZO Program
Speaker: Susan Brantley, Penn State University, Susquehanna Shale Hills CZO
Speakers: David Breshears & Jason Field, University of Arizona, Catalina Jemez CZO
Speaker: Praveen Kumar, University of Illinois, Intensively Managed Landscapes CZO
Speaker: Roger Bales, University of California-Merced, Southern Sierra CZO
Speaker: Jon Pelletier, University of Arizona, Catalina Jemez CZO
Speaker: Steven Banwart, University of Leeds, UK-China CZO Program