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Riebe Lab - Funding

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Current

Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory
    September 2013 – August 2018; National Science Foundation (EAR 1331939)

Collaborative Research: Spatial variability in eroded sediment size and geomorphic processes inferred from detrital thermochronometry and cosmogenic nuclides
    July 2013 – June 2015; collaborative research grant with L. Sklar, D. Shuster, & C. Krugh
    National Science Foundation (EAR 1325033)

Wyoming Center for Environmental Hydrology and Geophysics
    July 2012 – June 2017; EPSCoR Track 1 Research Grant
    National Science Foundation (EPS 1208909)

Beryllium-10 in detrital magnetite as a new tool in erosion and weathering studies
    June 2012 – May 2014; collaborative research grant with D. Granger
    National Science Foundation (EAR 1148224)

Drilling, sampling and imaging the depths of the critical zone
    May 2013 – April 2014; NSF Workshop, with co-PI J. Chorover
    National Science Foundation (EAR 1242284)

Previous

Upper Santa Clara River watershed geomorphology assessment
    April 2010 – October 2010; subcontract from Stillwater Sciences

Systematic quantification of upper particle-size limits of salmon spawning gravel
    September 2009 – August 2011; single PI grant
    National Science Foundation (EAR 0956289)

Critical Zone Observatory: Snowline processes in the southern Sierra Nevada.
    April 2009 – August 2013; multi-institution grant and 1 year renewal
    National Science Foundation (EAR 0725097 and EAR 1239521)

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