OZCAR News

AGU Fall Meeting 2019, San Francisco – Early career AGU Workshop

Early career AGU workshop occurring on December, 8th 2019 in San Francisco on Toward an International Critical Zone Network-of-Networks (https://sites.google.com/lbl.gov/czonetwork-of-networks-agu2019/rsvp). To help shape this workshop, several webinar-based discussions will be held prior to the actual workshop. Webinars planed in the aim of how to facilitate cross-site and cross-network knowledge by synthesizing the scientific drivers, properties and processes studied, and instrumentation […]

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Sylvain Kuppel, post doctorant for the modelling of the critical zone

Sylvain Kuppel, post doctorant, arrived last May 2019 for the modelling of the critical zone at catchment scale: a multi-site approach to track climatic, geological, and land cover linkages in the spatio-temporal partitioning of hydrological and geochemical fluxes. The objective: exchanges on the moddelling in defined observatories and develop a common vision in the critical zone approach

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First OZCAR Prizes 2019

During OZCAR Days 2019 at Annecy, the first OZCAR Prizes have been awarded to Clément Duvert, Charles Darwin University and Bastien Wild, Princeton University for following the publication of their emblematic papers. Paper references: Duvert C., Butman D.E., Marx A., Ribolzi O., Hutley L.B., 2018. CO2 evasion along streams driven by groundwater inputs and geomorphic controls. Nature Geoscience 11, 813–818. […]

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