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RCN webinar: The New NSF Critical Zone Network - Shared screen with speaker view
Pamela Sullivan
32:47
https://urgeoscience.org
Todd Rasmussen
49:33
Does “Dust” include acid deposition, which has a large influence on carbonate dissolution and transport.
Pamela Sullivan
49:53
Yes, I think that is something can be included
Pamela Sullivan
50:24
They are focused mainly on mineral inputs but asking difference in drivers would be of interest I think
Todd Rasmussen
50:43
Many urban areas in the Southeastern Coastal Plain drain their groundwater into sinkholes
Todd Rasmussen
51:21
Sorry, stormwater, not groundwater
Todd Rasmussen
53:06
And groundwater pumping from carbonate aquifers for Ag irrigation on acid soils releases large quantities of CO2
Todd Rasmussen
56:41
Caves provide great opportunities for extensive subsurface monitoring
Todd Rasmussen
01:03:16
That’s Jerad Bales, not Jerad Bale
Paloma Carton de Grammont (She/Her)
01:06:54
France, Germany, Canadahttps://sites.google.com/lbl.gov/2020-agu-international-critica/resources/important-links
Alan Fryar
01:06:55
I've interacted some with China project 1.
Paloma Carton de Grammont (She/Her)
01:07:07
China http://www.czo.ac.cn/program/
Todd Rasmussen
01:07:33
The China CZOs are more related to social needs, water availability, soil productivity, environmental quality
Mackenzie Vecchio
01:08:30
universities in Brazil have critical zone research, but I am not sure about carbonate. seems to have an agricultural focus
Paloma Carton de Grammont (She/Her)
01:11:07
https://criticalzone.org/
Paloma Carton de Grammont (She/Her)
01:12:49
https://nagt.org/nagt/profdev/workshops/index.html
Teresa Baraza
01:24:30
It would be helpful to have a compilation of postdoc opportunities, or more information on how to find or reach out to PIs about conducting research as a postdoc
Matt Covington
01:24:32
It was good clean fun. And exciting science.
Alan Fryar
01:24:32
There were at least 2 unfunded CZ proposals encompassing carbonates and karst in the southeast. I led one with folks at UK, IU (Lee Florea), WKU, and KU/KSU (including Behzad). The other was focused on Florida.
Todd Rasmussen
01:27:22
http://www.hydrology.uga.edu/karst/
Rene Price
01:30:31
Thanks Pam and Laura. Good to see you both.
Andrew Luhmann
01:30:53
Yes, thank you both!
Liz Hasenmueller
01:31:27
Thanks both! Good to see you.
Alan Fryar
01:31:33
Thanks Pam, Laura, and Paloma!