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Critical Zone Observatories - News


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the Mameyes River at flood state Extreme rainfall doesn't always mean extreme erosion, Penn study finds
Released May 5, 2016
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fish and coral ASU scientists discover how one microorganism erodes coral reefs
Released May 3, 2016
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James St. Clair Researchers advance understanding of mountain watersheds
Released October 29, 2015
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martian pebbles Pebbles on Mars likely traveled tens of miles down a riverbed, Penn study finds
Released October 13, 2015
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view down from the headscarp of a debris flow Historic 2013 Colorado Front Range storm accomplished up to 1,000 years of erosion
Released August 27, 2015
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a custom apparatus Penn researchers show how rivers creep and flow to shape landscapes over time
Released March 9, 2015
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examining thin, horizontal sections Glacier beds can get slipperier at higher sliding speeds
Released December 16, 2014
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graphic showing a forest, river, water bed section, sky and satellite NSF awards $1.35 million for new institute focused on Earth's critical zone: Where rock meets life
Released November 21, 2014
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image showing an unconventional shale gas drilling site in West Virginia. New tracers can identify frack fluids in the environment
Released October 20, 2014
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stream restoration project in Baltimore, Maryland U.S. cityscapes show consistent patterns of 'urban evolution'
Released September 10, 2014
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the Sierra Nevada snowpack runoff Sierra Nevada freshwater runoff could drop 26 percent by 2100, UC study finds
Released September 2, 2014
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bottom-up model predicts depth to fresh bedrock Seeing the bedrock through the trees
Released April 30, 2014
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