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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

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Hubbard Brook well installation

We had fun this week installing “deep” wells at Hubbard Brook in Watershed 3.  We installed 6 wells two of which were completed in bedrock and the others in glacial drift, including a deep (~6.5 m) one in the glacial

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New Hubbard Brook hydro and hydropedology papers from the group

Our graduate students and collaborators on Hubbard Brook projects have several new papers now available online. Bourgault, R. R., Ross, D. S., Bailey, S. W., McGuire, K. J., Gannon, J. P., 2017. Redistribution of soil metals and organic carbon via

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Dig, dig, dig…REU student video from the summer

Great group of undergraduate students from this summer’s Hubbard Brook REU program.  They liked to dig, dig, dig!

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Hubbard Brook walking tour from 50th anniversary

This Youtube video was recently posted from a field tour several of us gave during the 50th anniversary of the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study.  There is good background on forested watershed studies, gaging streams, hydropedology, and local historical ecology at

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New paper linking water age and solute dynamics at Hubbard Brook

Paolo Benettin’s paper was just accepted, which was the result of his study abroad visit here in the lab during the fall 2013 and spring 2014.  The manuscript explores water age-dependent transport in estimating weathering-derived solute export.   The model predicts water travel time dynamics

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New paper showing alternative source of stream dissolved organic carbon in a headwater catchment

JP Gannon just had another paper accepted in Water Resources Research this week.  The study suggests that dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in headwater streams may be generated from shallow to bedrock regions in the catchment, which mostly occur near the catchment divides

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Summer 2015 at Hubbard Brook

It’s that time of year again…the Hubbard Brook Cooperator’s Meeting!  This year we celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest.  We had a record attendance at the meeting, and as usual, it was full of great talks and

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New paper on lidar DEM evaluation by Cody Gillin

Gillin, C.P., Bailey, S.W., McGuire, K.J., Prisley, S.P., 2015. Evaluation of lidar-derived DEMs through terrain analysis and field comparison, Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, 81(5): 387-396, doi: 10.14358/PERS.81.5.387. Abstract Topographic analysis of watershed-scale soil and hydrological processes using digital elevation models

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Paper published on mapping of hydropedologic spatial patterns

A paper from Cody Gillin’s master’s thesis was accepted last week.  The manuscript titled “Mapping of hydropedologic spatial patterns in a steep headwater catchment” will be published in a special issue on hydropedology in the Soil Science Society of America

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