Presentations from the hydroped crew

I’m heading to Hubbard Brook today for this week’s Cooperators Meeting.  This meeting is followed next week by the Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Science.  Our group has a series of presentations at both meetings so it’s looking to be a busy couple of weeks.

Here are a few titles of the presentations:

“Hydropedology in W3: Linking flow paths, pedogenesis, and stream-water chemistry” by JP Gannon

“Hydrological and geochemical characterization of the C horizon in a glacial till headwater catchment” by Maggie Burns

“Hydropedology reveals spatial distribution of processes controlling catchment stream solute sources: Clues from soil morphology.” by Scott Bailey

“A catchment-scale hydropedological approach to understanding variations in soil genesis and chemistry at Hubbard Brook, NH” by Rebecca Bourgault

“Hydropedology reveals spatial distribution of processes controlling stream solute sources: Clues from spatial and temporal variation in surface water chemistry” by Maggie Zimmer

“Hydropedology reveals spatial distribution of processes controlling stream solute sources: clues from shallow groundwater responses” by JP Gannon

“Hydropedology reveals spatial distribution of processes controlling stream solute sources: chemical and isotopic clues” by Tom Bullen

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