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B012. Chemical Indicators of Pathways in the Water Cycle

Global change is altering the pathways water follows between and within
the atmosphere, shallow lithosphere, and land surface. Understanding the
structure of these inherently spatial fluxes is critical to predicting
impacts and feedbacks of global change. As new technologies and monitoring
networks enhance spatiotemporal hydrochemical data streams (e.g., isotopic
and solute measurements) these provide increasingly powerful tools to
probe current pathways in the water cycle and to detect change therein. We
invite contributions reporting novel applications of natural chemical
tracers to detect spatial and temporal structure in the water cycle,
including atmospheric, land surface, groundwater, and ecohydrological
processes at any scale.

Gabriel J. Bowen
Associate Professor

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Geology & Geophysics
University of Utah
115 S 1460 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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