Colleagues and Friends,
We are excited to announce PRF2022 The Progressive Failure of Brittle Rocks - An NSF supported GSA Penrose Conference. Please Save the Date! June 20-24, 2022
We wanted to highlight our session at the AGU 2021 Fall Meeting: River Corridor Hydro-Bio-Geochemistry Across Scales From Headwaters to Coasts
A brief abstract on what we hope to cover in this session is below:
We write to encourage you to submit abstracts to our session titled “Earth Surface Processes and the Global Carbon Cycle” at the upcoming AGU 2021 fall meeting. This session aims to bridge many aspects of Earth's surface systems and to advance our understanding of the interplay between surface processes and the carbon cycle.
Our invited speakers will be:
Dr. Katherine Lininger, University of Colorado Boulder
Dr. Maria Chapela-Lara, GFZ Potsdam
We hope you will consider contributing to our session at the AGU Fall Meeting. It’s cross listed with B, H, and NS and is meant to be a melting pot of ideas and results spanning the wide range of critical zone disciplines and diverse approaches used to study them.
Collaboration is Critical. Let’s Talk about How to Cultivate Equitable Science Education Partnerships in New Orleans at #AGU2021
Dear Critical Zone community,
Please consider submitting an abstract to Geological Society of America (GSA) Connects session T58: Water Storage and Transit in Bedrock and Implications for Critical Zone Evolution, Stream Chemistry, Climate, and Ecosystems.
Let’s get together for Critical Zone Science in New Orleans at #AGU21!
After a long year of COVID-19, we finally will be able to get together again: with our session, we want to look to the future of Critical Zone science and hope you will join us by submitting an abstract to “EP032: Responding to the present and preparing for the future: transformative approaches in Critical Zone science”.
Why submit to our session?
The Topical Session "T59. Effects of Carbonate Minerals on Critical Zone Characteristics and Processes" has been organized for the fall GSA meeting as part of the Carbonate Critical Zone Research Coordination Network. The scope of the session is broad and we hope you will consider the session as a venue to present your work.