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News, Updates & Events

News

2013

01-17-2013: Drilling on Ridge of Betasso Watershed. The entire operation lasted January 17-30, 2013. We reached a depth of 124m. Read more!

2012

10/18/2012: NSF EAR Director Wendy Harrison visits the Boulder Creek CZO. Download the handouts for the visit.


1/13/2012: What is a CZO and what do we do? Learn all about us in our new videos.
New videos and video chapters that discuss the CZO that spans from the Continental Divide (4120 m) to the western edge of the Plains (1480 m) and the types of research we do.

2011

12/5-9/2011: AGU
Boulder Creek CZO, download the abstract list here.


3/5/2011: Betasso Meteorological Station Goes live on the web
Located at the top of Betasso research catchment, output is every 10 minutes.

Betasso Meteorological Station >>

2/10/2011: Evaluating the effects of wildfire on water quality
In September 2010, the Fourmile Canyon Fire burned 26 square km (6400 acres), destroyed 169 homes, and caused over $217 million in damages in the Boulder Creek Watershed.

More On the Fourmile Canyon Fire and the CZO >>

2010

9/02/2010: Time Lapse Camera at Gordon Gulch and Green Lakes Valley
Boulder Creek CZO unviels a web page flash app where you can view frames from our time lapse camera.

Time Lapse Camera >>

8/19/2010: Boulder Creek CZO Online Tour
Boulder Creek CZO creates an online tour using Google earth and GIS technologies.

2009

7/8/2009:
We would like to welcome two new grad students and one new post doc.

4/13/2009:
News Source: Daily Camera, University of Colorado Boulder Press release, Diane McKnight

In 2002, Colorado's Front Range was suffering through a historic drought, the worst it had seen in a century. A large snowpack the following year, however, filled the reservoirs and returned life-giving water to streams like Boulder Creek, along with something else local fisherman and environmentalists weren't expecting -- "rock snot."

2007

Nov 26, 2007:
News Source: National Science Foundation

The National Science Foundation today announced the formation of three Critical Zone Observatories.

 


Past:
2011

Fall 2011 Cyberseminars with Suzanne Anderson
PowerPoint presentation
over the web, October 28, 2011; 3:00pm ET
Title: Boulder Creek CZO: Natural experiments to study Critical Zone evolution and function

March 2011:NSF National CZO Review

2010

Dec 11th-17th 2010:AGU Fall 2010
(For more information, click here)

Sept 13th-15th 2010:3rd Annual National CZO Meeting
Location: Boulder, CO
(For more information, click here)
(For presentations from this meeting, click here)

Aug 10th 2010: 2010 Boulder Creek Summer Meeting
Location: Mountain Research Station

May 19-20th 2010: CZO Data Management Meeting
Location:INSTAAR (University of Colorado, Boulder)
(For presentations from this meeting, click here)

2009

August 11 2009: Boulder Creek CZO Annual Meeting
Location:At the Mountain Research Station Aug 11

Event Leader: Meeting Chair Bob Anderson Fellow of INSTAAR; Professor of Geological Sciences, Univ. of Colorado at Boulder.

All hands should plan on attending.

Sept 14th and 15th 2009: all-CZO National CZO Meeting at Penn State.

2008

August 11-12 2008: Boulder Creek CZO Annual Meeting
Location:At the Mountain Research Station Aug 11

Event Leader: Meeting Chair Bob Anderson Fellow of INSTAAR; Professor of Geological Sciences, Univ. of Colorado at Boulder.

Jul 16, 2008: David Dethier and the KECK students arrive

Jun 03, 2008: Abstracts Due: GSA, SSSA June Meeting
Location:George R. Brown Convention Center Houston Texas

joint meeting between The Geological Society of America (GSA), Soil Science Society of America (SSSA), American Society of Agronomy (ASA), Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), and the Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies with the Gulf Coast Section of SEPM (GCAGS

The Geological Society of America (GSA), Soil Science Society of America (SSSA)
You have the opportunity to present your research to a unique, larger audience this year, drawing from a diversity of disciplines from the sponsoring societies.