Geochemistry of the Earth’s surface (GES-10)
August 18-22, 2014 IPGP Paris 5th, France.

Theme 2: Hydrologic and geomorphic drivers of the Criti

Author given name Author family name Email Co-author Abstract Title
William Dietrich Daniella M. Rempe Co-evolution of surface topography, critical zone, and hydrogeomorphic processes
Tanguy Le Borgne Marco Dentz, Pietro de Anna, Emmanuel Villermaux, J. Jimenez-Martinez, Yves Méheust The impact of mixing processes on concentration distributions and reaction kinetics in hydrological systems
Zachary Brecheisen Daniel Richter Ordering interfluves: a simple proposal for understanding critical zone evolution
Gwénaëlle Chaillou Couturier, Mathilde, UQAR Tomi-Morin, Gwendoline, UQAR Rao, Alexandra, ISMER/UQAR Total alkalinity and dissolved inorganic carbon production in groundwaters discharging through a sandy beach
Yamin Deng Huijuan Li, Yanxin Wang, Yanhua Duan, Yiqun Gan Temporal variability of groundwater chemistry and relationship with water-table fluctuation in the Jianghan Plain, central China
Jessica Ebert Devin Castendyk Diane McKnight Evolution of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) under lake ice in Lake Hoare, Antarctica
Christian France-Lanord Guillaume Morin, Ananta Gajurel, Florian Gallo, Jérôme Lavé High K and Ca chemical erosion triggered by physical erosion in a watershed of the High Himalaya of Nepal
Romain-Arnaud Puyraveau Rad, Sétareh, Basile-Doelsch, Isabelle, Deparis, Jacques, Jaouën, Timothée, Nehlig, Pierre. Mayotte Critical Zone Observatory: preliminary results on chemical weathering and erosion rates on volcanic edifices
Daniella Rempe William E. Dietrich Rohit Salve Jasper Oshun The dynamics of rock moisture in a seasonally dry climate, Eel River Critical Zone Observatory, California, USA
Xavier Zapata-Rios Jennifer McIntosh, Tom Meixner, Laura Rademacher, Paul Brooks, Peter A. Troch, & Jon Chorover The role of terrain aspect on the input of effective energy and mass (EEMT), water residence times and weathering of silicates in a semi-arid region.