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News Release 18-108

NSF-supported scientists present new research results on Earth's critical zone at 2018 AGU fall meeting

Topics include remote sensing of seasonal snow, forest ecohydrology in a changing climate, plant stress in drought-prone forests

Scientists at NSF's Critical Zone Observatories will present new results at the 2018 AGU meeting.

Scientists at NSF's CZOs will present new results at the 2018 AGU meeting.

Credit: Jenny Parks


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The top of the forest canopy to the base of bedrock is known as Earth's critical zone.

The top of the forest canopy to the base of bedrock is known as Earth's critical zone.

Credit: NSF


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Science in the snow: Downloading data on trees and snowmelt at the Southern Sierra CZO.

Science in the snow: Downloading data on trees and snowmelt at the Southern Sierra CZO.

Credit: NSF Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory


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Scientists at the NSF Intensively Managed Landscapes CZO in the Midwest often work with farmers.

Scientists at the NSF Intensively Managed Landscapes CZO in the Midwest often work with farmers.

Credit: NSF IML CZO


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Carbon in soil is a focus at the NSF Reynolds Creek CZO in Southwest Idaho.

Carbon in soil is a focus at the NF Reynolds Creek CZO in Southwest Idaho.

Credit: USDA


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At the NSF Eel River CZO, researchers study a watershed that's important to spawning salmon.

At the NSF Eel River CZO, researchers study a watershed that's important to spawning salmon.

Credit: Lobsang Wangdu, UCNRS


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