Meetings

Here is a list of our AGU 2018 presentations

Transit Time Distributions on a Boreal Catchment Using a 14 Year Data Time Series, H13J-1867 Monday, 10 December 2018, 13:40 – 18:00 Decoupled Water and Nitrate Transport Downslope and across the Terrestrial-Aquatic Interface, B24A-02  Tuesday, 11 December 2018, 16:15 – 16:30 Quantifying Mineral Weathering Across Lateral Gradients Using a Whole-Regolith Approach, H21K-1797 Tuesday, 11 December 2018, 08:00 …

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2015 AGU presentations

Here are the AGU presentation titles from the group this year: Carrie Jensen and Kevin McGuire, Active Stream Length Dynamics in Headwater Catchments Spanning Physiographic Provinces in the Appalachian Highlands, H11E-1385, Monday Morning, Moscone South – Poster Hall Scott Bailey, Kevin McGuire, Don Ross, Moving the Watershed Ecosystem Approach Beyond the Black Box with Sensor Technologies and New Conceptual …

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AGU 2014…check out this session on tracers!

McGuire is co-convening a session with Josie Geris, Daniele Penna, and Julian Klaus called “New Developments in Tracer Applications in Catchment Hydrology.”  If you are attending the meeting next week, please come to our session.  The program is available below: Papers – Tuesday, Moscone West 3022 https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm14/meetingapp.cgi#Session/4908  

2014 AGU presentations

Here are the AGU presentation titles from the group this year: Benettin, P., Kirchner, J., McGuire, K., Rinaldo, A., Botter, G., 2014. Linking tracers and travel time distributions: the emergence of age mixing patterns, Abstract H21L-01, Fall Meeting, AGU, Dec. 15-19, San Francisco, CA (Invited) Gannon, J., McGuire, K., Bailey, S., Shanley, J., 2014. Simply active, …

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Commentary on US-Japan Joint Seminar

A short paper summarizing the US-Japan Joint Seminar that we held last March was accepted for publication in Hydrological Processes.  The paper describes the intent and outcomes of the workshop, which focused on linkages between hydrology and biogeochemistry in forested catchments with an emphasis on climatic and environmental change.  The seminar last March spawned several …

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US-Japan Joint meeting

I had a great week with colleagues from the US and Japan at the 4th US-Japan Joint meeting on hydrology.  We had a productive week that set us on course for some cross-site synthesis research and paper writing.  Thank you to everyone for making it fun and productive.  The photo above is from a hike …

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Ready for Hawaii: US-Japan Joint Seminar

The US-Japan Joint Seminar on Catchment Hydrology and Forest Biogeochemistry is next week.  We’re ready for it!  The revised program is posted and it looks to be an exciting week.  Stay tuned and we’ll update you on the outcomes.

Winter Coweeta visit

  We had a great meeting this week at the Coweeta Hydrologic Lab.  Rhett Jackson organized this photo of the hydrologists at the meeting.  It is really amazing to think of the rich research history of this place and what it has meant to the field of hydrology.  

US-Japan Joint Seminar on Catchment Hydrology and Forest Biogeochemistry

We now have the green light to move forward on our US-Japan Joint Seminar in March on Catchment Hydrology and Forest Biogeochemistry.  The purpose of the US-Japan Joint Seminar is to examine similarities and differences in catchment science research and to synthesize work between the two countries. A workshop-style seminar is planned to facilitate structured exchange of ideas, …

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