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Wednesday, September 21 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
The response of critical zone processes to land-cover change (Part 2)

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This workshop will explore how land-cover change affects ecosystem processes that span the top of the canopy to groundwater, a region known as the ‘critical zone’. We define land-cover change as a shift in the dominant vegetation cover, including conversion of forests, grasslands, and wetlands to agricultural or timber production and/or the encroachment of more drought-tolerant vegetation species. The LTER Network provides an opportunity for cross-site synthesis of critical zone research that will inform how ecosystems may respond to hydro-bio-geochemical change over decades to centuries. Participants in this workshop will identify the major themes emerging from critical zone research at LTER sites as it relates to changing land-cover. The workshop will include lightning talks from invited speakers, small group breakout discussions, large group synthesis, and a short survey to identify next steps for continued collaboration.

Speakers
avatar for Karla Jarecke

Karla Jarecke

Postdoc, Oregon State University
avatar for Victoria Moreno

Victoria Moreno

Ph.D. Student, Oregon State University


Wednesday September 21, 2022 10:30am - 12:00pm PDT
11. Surf and Sand Meeting Room