A New Springer-Nature Book Series: Advances in Critical Zone Science
Series Editor: Steven A. Banwart (University of Leeds)
An Invitation for Edited and Authored Volumes
The series editor invites proposals for edited or authored volumes for the series. All areas of Critical Zone science are welcome, particularly those drawing on recent outcomes of funded national CZO programmes.
Please consider submitting your AGU abstract to EP053 - Where things aren't: Understanding the role of porosity in the Critical Zone. Our goal is to being together researchers doing cross-disciplinary work to examine porosity structure and evolution in the critical zone. Description below.
Abstracts due tonight! We look forward to seeing you in New Orleans!
Nicole West, Jorden Hayes, Jay Austin
Dear CZO Colleagues.
Again, we would like to remind you to submit your abstract to the following AGU session:
"H092. Plants as Builders and Plumbers of the Critical Zone"
Dear CZ Community,
In collaboration with Frontiers in Earth Science, section Biogeoscience, we are organizing a Research Topic titled "Critical Zone (CZ) Export to Streams as Indicator for CZ Structure and Function", hosted by Julia Perdrial, Ashlee Dere, Nikki West, and Pam Sullivan. As host editors, we would like to encourage contributions to this topic. Please find more information about Research Topics below, including the publishing fees that apply.
Dear CZEN Network,
Please see the information below on our session at the 2017 AGU Fall Meeting in New Orleans.
The session will showcase basic critical zone science that informs best practice in watershed management.
The session is co-convened by myself, Heather Gall (Penn State), Ciaran Harman (JHU), and Sally Thompson (UC Berkeley).
Abstract submission is now open for the 2017 AGU fall meeting. Please consider submitting an abstract to our session, H034: Coupled biogeochemical and hydrological processes in permafrost-affected landscapes. We look forward to seeing you in New Orleans!
H034: Coupled Biogeochemical and Hydrological Processes in Permafrost-Affected Landscapes
We invite abstract submissions for Godschmidt Session 09j: Tracking Earth Surface Processes: Isotope Tracing of Particulate and Dissolved Fluxes. Please join us in Paris, August 13-18, 2017. Abstract submission deadline is April 1, 2017. https://goldschmidt.info/2017/
Keynote Speaker: François Chabaux (University of Strasbourg)