205 Critical Zone Studies of Soils and Weathering: Implications for Interpreting Climate and Landscapes of the Past

Oral Session
Pardee Keynote Sessions
Monday, 6 October 2008: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, General Assembly Theater Hall A

Steven Driese and Lee Nordt
1:45 PM
Observations Emerging from a Network of Critical Zone Observatories: Shale Weathering at the Susquehanna-Shale Hills Observatory
Susan Brantley, Pennsylvania State University; Lixin Jin, Pennsylvania State Universtiy; Timothy White, Pennsylvania State University
2:15 PM
Relict Soils: The Other Kind of Paleosol
Ronald Amundson, University of California, Berkeley; Oliver Chadwick, Univ of California; Warren Sharp; John Valley, Univ of Wisconsin; Angela Ebeling, University of California, Berkeley
2:30 PM
Soil-Geomorphology and the Reconstruction of Landscapes of the Past
Vance Holliday, University of Arizona; Leslie McFadden, Univ of New Mexico
2:45 PM
Interpreting Redoximorphic Features In Paleosols: What They Can and Cannot Tell Us about Ancient Climates
Michael Vepraskas, North Carolina State Univ.; Debra S. Jennings, Baylor University
3:15 PM
4:15 PM
Scale and the Isotopic Record of C4 Plants In Pedogenic Carbonate—Biome to Rhizosphere
H. Curtis Monger, New Mexico State Univ; David R. Cole, Oak Ridge National Lab; Brenda Buck
4:30 PM
Seasonal Biases In δ13C Values of Soil and Cave Carbonates
Dan O. Breecker, Univ of New Mexico; Jay Quade, University of Arizona; T.B. Fischer, Penn State University; Leslie McFadden, University of New Mexico; Zachary D. Sharp, Univ of New Mexico