• Further transdisciplinary and collaborative science to aid the understanding of carbonate-rich Critical Zones.
    • Foster a diverse and inclusive community of students and investigators.



      • Improve understanding of how carbonate and silicate minerals may cause different CZ properties and processes.
      • Identify critical knowledge gaps and develop forward-looking research questions.

Broader impacts

      • Attract and develop an interdisciplinary group of scholars and students.
      • Build capacity in state of the art techniques used to study carbonate Critical Zones.
      • Increase the number of scholars and researchers from underrepresented groups.

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2020 Workshop Report
EOS publication: A New Focus on the Neglected Carbonate Critical Zone
Review Paper: Carbonates in the Critical Zone (Covington et al. 2023)

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