Hydro-bio-geo-chemical processes in the Critical Zone

Wednesday, 26 July 2017: 9:00 AM-12:30 PM
Paul Brest West (Munger Conference Center)
Convener:  Katharine Maher, Stanford University, Department of Geological Sciences, Stanford, CA, United States
9:00 AM
Challenges of quantifying short-term hydrobiogeochemical processes in the critical zone (Invited) (204244)
Kathleen A Lohse, Idaho State University, Biological Sciences, Pocatello, ID, United States and Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory Team
9:25 AM
A Scope for the Subsurface: How Geophysics Can Inform Hydro-biogeochemical Studies in Managed and Unmanaged Systems (Invited) (204566)
Eve-Lyn S Hinckley, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, Boulder, CO, United States
9:50 AM
Introduction to Posters
Geophysical Investigations of Shallow and Deep Critical Zone Processes at the Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory (204452)
John Holloway Bradford, Travis Nielson and Alejandro N Flores, Boise State University, Boise, ID, United States
Weathering-Permeability Feedback Controls on Lateral Flow Partitioning and the Weathering Front Advance Rate (204458)
Cassandra Cosans, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, United States and Ciaran J Harman, Johns Hopkins University, Geography and Environmental Engineering, Baltimore, MD, United States
Characteristics of Chemical Weathering in Small Mountainous Watersheds, Taiwan (204375)
Jr-Chuan Huang, National Taiwan University, Department of Geography, Taipei, Taiwan
The Role of Soil Water Storage in Catchment Hydrology and Biogeochemistry Across the Andes-Amazon Transition (204384)
Emily I Burt and A. Joshua West, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States
Measurement of hydrological connectivity between hillslopes and streams in humid areas of southeast China (204296)
Xiaole Han1,2, Jintao Liu1, Puneet Srivastava2 and Subhasis Mitra2, (1)Hohai University, State Key Laboratory of Hydrology-Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering, Nanjing, China, (2)Auburn University, Biosystems Engineering, Auburn, AL, United States
Geophysical measurements to track soil water and biochemical dynamics (204241)
Alex Furman1, Andreas Kemna2, Klaus Haaken2, Nimrod Schwartz3, Idit Sheffer1, Ziv Moreno4, Tamar Shalem1, Noam Weisbrod5 and Johan Alexander Huisman6, (1)Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Haifa, Israel, (2)University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany, (3)Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel, (4)Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, (5)Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel, (6)Forschungszentrum Jülich, Agrosphere (IBG 3), Jülich, Germany
Beyond Images: Innovating for Geophysical Investigation of Unsaturated-Zone Hydraulics (204416)
John R Nimmo, USGS Geological Survey, Menlo Park, CA, United States
Estimating Soil and Root Parameters using a Hydrogeophysical Inversion (204517)
Alexandria Kuhl, Anthony D Kendall, Remke L Van Dam and David W Hyndman, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, United States
Developing Hydrogeophysical Tools to Study Hydro-bio-geo-chemical Processes in Dryland Agricultural Fields at the Nexus of Food, Water and Soils (204337)
Lixin Jin, Diane Irene Doser, Hugo Alberto Gutierrez-Jurado and Lin Ma, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX, United States
Water Quality Responses to Seasonal, Hydrologically-driven Redox Cycling in a Floodplain Aquifer (204507)
Chava Bobb1, Katharine Maher2 and John Bargar1, (1)Stanford University, Stanford, CA, United States, (2)Stanford University, Department of Geological Sciences, Stanford, CA, United States
Linking Transition-Zone Geophysical Signals to Governing Reactive Processes in the Capillary Fringe (204278)
Adrian Mellage1, Geertje Pronk2, Tatjana Milojevic2, Christina Marie Smeaton2, Anthony Lee Endres2, Estella A Atekwana3, Alex Furman4, Fereidoun Rezanezhad2 and Philippe Van Cappellen2, (1)University of Waterloo, Ecohydrology Research Group, Waterloo, ON, Canada, (2)University of Waterloo, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Waterloo, ON, Canada, (3)Oklahoma State University, Boone Pickens School of Geology, Stillwater, OK, United States, (4)Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Haifa, Israel
Carbon cycle driven critical zone evolution in a terrestrial carbonate system (204518)
Eron Raines1, Todd Osborne1, Sajad Jazayeri2 and Sarah Kruse2, (1)University of Florida, Soil and Water Science, St Augustine, FL, United States, (2)University of South Florida Tampa, Tampa, FL, United States
10:35 AM
Break with Posters Available
10:45 AM
Introduction to Posters
Building Flow and Transport Models with Electrical Resistivity Tomography Data (204474)
Ian Gottschalk1, Thomas Hermans2, Rosemary J Knight1, Jef Caers1, David Alexander Cameron1, Julia Regnery3 and John E McCray3, (1)Stanford University, Stanford, CA, United States, (2)Université de Liège, Liege, Belgium, (3)Colorado School of Mines, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Golden, CO, United States
Studying Porosity Domains Using NMR Relaxation and Flow Experiments (204471)
Alexander Kendrick and Rosemary J Knight, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, United States
Trees as Sensors: Signatures of Belowground Moisture through Aboveground Water Use (204483)
Xue Feng1,2 and Sally E Thompson1, (1)University of California Berkeley, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Berkeley, CA, United States, (2)University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Civil, Environmental, and Geo-Engineering, Minneapolis, MN, United States
Examining Diel Patterns of Soil and Xylem Moisture From the Single-Tree to Hillslope Scale (204224)
Kamini Singha1, Ryan Harmon1, Rachel Mares1 and Holly R Barnard2, (1)Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, United States, (2)University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States
Investigating the Coupling of Root Zone and Hillslope Thermo-Hydro-Bio-Geo-Chemical Dynamics in a Mountainous Watershed using Multi-scale Approaches (204339)
Yuxin Wu, Baptiste Dafflon, Anh Phuong Tran, Emmanuel Leger, John Peterson, Eoin Brodie, Kenneth Hurst Williams and Susan S. Hubbard, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, United States
Time-lapse Electric Resistivity Imaging of Subsurface Salt Mobilization in an Impounded Mangrove Forest. (204462)
Christine M Downs, University of South Florida Tampa, School of Geosciences, Tampa, FL, United States and Sarah Kruse, University of South Florida Tampa, Tampa, FL, United States
Development of Integrated Surface-Subsurface Flow Model Considering Evapotranspiration and its Application to Small Forest Catchment (204247)
Kazuaki Yorozu, Aulia Febianda Anwar Tinumbang, Yutaka Ichikawa, Yasuto Tachikawa and Sunmin Kim, Kyoto University, Civil and Earth Resources Engineering, Kyoto, Japan
Landscape Configuration and Composition Modulate Freshwater Supply and Flooding Risk of Tropical Watersheds (204187)
Mei Yu and Qiong Gao, University of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus, Department of Environmental Sciences, San Juan, PR, United States
11:15 AM
Poster Viewing and Discussion
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