Found 157 results
Peters J.  2005.  CZEN Site: Panola Mountain Research Watershed, Georgia.
Williams M, Ivester A, Whitman W, Xia K, Tarlara S.  2005.  Dune Soil Chronosequences of South Georgia.
Sparks D, Brantley S, Chorover J, Firestone M, Richter D, White A.  2005.  Frontiers in Exploration of the Critical Zone- Workshop Program.
Gaillardet J, Dessert C, Louvat P, Metivier F, Lajeunesse E.  2005.  Guadeloupe Island: a potential CZEN stie in volcanic context.
Chadwick O, Derry L, Chorover J, Vitousek P.  2005.  Hawaii as a Multifunctional CZEN Site.
Verburg P, McDonald E, Nowak R, Smith S, Young M.  2005.  High and Dry: Deserts as part of the Critical Zone Exploration Network.
Wilkinson B.H.  2005.  Humans as geologic agents: a deep-time perspective.. Geology. 33:161-164.
Rasmussen C, Crimmins M, Meixner T, Chorover J, Schwartz E.  2005.  Impact of Climate on Soil Biogeochemistry and Water Quality Across a Semi-Arid Environmental Gradient.
Al-Kaisi M.M, Thompson M.L, Tabatabai M.A.  2005.  Impacts of Human Disturbance of the Critical Zone on Biogeochemical Cycling.
.  2005.  Mancos Shale Landscapes: Science and Management of Black Shale Terrains.
Amundson R, Traina S, Harden J.  2005.  The Merced River Chronosquence: A Staircase Through Time and a Window into Human Disturbance of Biogeochemistry.
White T., Miller D., Pollard D., Waltman W., Ciolkosz E., Graham R., Barnosky T., Odoni N..  2005.  Middle Miocene landscape reconstruction of North America: weathering, soil fertility and the hydrologic cycle of a globally warm earth.
Pope G, Bien W, Gorring M, Beyer P, Demitroff M.  2005.  The New Jersey Pine Barrens: A proposed site for the Critical Zone Exploration Network.
Muste M, Bennett D, Lawrence R, Dongsu K, Papanicolaou T.  2005.  Pilot Clear Creek Digital Watershed.
.  2005.  Request for Proposals for Seed Grants.
Kurtz A, White A.  2005.  Rio Icacos and Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico.
Lin H, Brantley S, Bruns MAnn, Davis K, Duffy C, Kaye J, Lynch J, Parizek D, Reed P, Singha K et al..  2005.  The Shale Hills Catchment as a Potential Site for Integrated Studies of the Critical Zone.
.  2005.  Taiwan is a uniquely exciting and wellsuited site to study critical zone processess.
Participants M.  2005.  UK Position Paper on Joint UK-USA Research on Weathering Systems Science. UK-US Round Table Discussion with NSF, 15th October 2004.
Pope G, Turkington A, Paradise T, Willis J, Spencer M.  2005.  The Urban Critical Zone - A proposal for the Critical Zone Exploration Network.
Harden J.  2005.  USGS Soil Chronosequence Project.
Caldwell B.  2005.  Using Detritus Input & Removal Treatments to explore the forest soil CZ at molecular to ecosystem levels.