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Registration is Now Open for CUAHSI’s 2017 Conference on Hydroinformatics

Registration is Now Open for CUAHSI’s 2017 Conference on Hydroinformatics:
Swimming in Data Without Drowning in the Deluge

July 25-27, 2017 || The University of Alabama || Tuscaloosa, AL
Early Bird Registration Deadline: June 15th
Regular Registration Deadline: July 10th

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Assistant Professor Position – Soil Physics

The Department of Crop and Soil Sciences at the University of Georgia, Athens, GA is looking to hire an Assistant Professor in Soil Physics.

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CZNews: Spring 2017

The 2017 spring edition of CZNews, the CZO National Office newsletter, is now available at http://criticalzone.org/national/news/story/cznews-spring-2017/. The newsletter features an update on CZO, LTER and NEON collaboration, CZO presence at the 2017 NE-NC GSA Joint Section Meeting, an InTeGrate undergraduate course on CZ science and more. 

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CZO Webinar today! Forecasting of Earth surface processes at 3pm ET

The CZO webinar series continues this Tuesday, April 25 at 3pm ET with Jon Pelletier (University of Arizona) presenting "Possibilities for improved forecasting of Earth surface processes and hazards using CZ science ." 

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Hiring Assistant Professor in Soil Chemistry - Wageningen University

The chair group Soil Chemistry and Chemical Soil Quality invites applications from candidates for the position of Assistant Professor in Soil Chemistry. You will contribute to the group’s educational activities and research. We seek particular strengthening of our “Soil Carbon” research theme, and an educational contribution to soil chemical processes at the introductory level, in relation to soil quality, soil protection, land use functions and climate.

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Continental Scientific Drilling Coordination Office (CSDCO) Science Planning Workshop 2 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Application Deadline: 14 April 2017

Please consider attending the planning workshop or give your input about future science plans via the survey or by submitting a white paper/abstract.

WORKSHOP APPLICATION DEADLINE: 14 April 2017

WEBSITE: https://csdco.umn.edu/about/science-planning/workshop-may-2017

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CZO webinar tomorrow: Drought resilience and water security — April 11 at 3pm ET

Join us as Roger Bales (University of California-Merced) presents "Drought resilience and water security" on Tuesday, April 11 at 3pm ET.

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Goldschmidt Session 09b: Carbonate Weathering Impacts on Critical Zone Evolution: Rapid Transformations of Structure and Function on Decade to Millennial Timescales

The Goldschmidt deadline is drawing near! Please consider submitting an abstract to Session 09b: Carbonate Weathering Impacts on Critical Zone Evolution: Rapid Transformations of Structure and Function on Decade to Millennial Timescales
Session chairs: Pamela Sullivan (Univ Kansas) and Heather Buss (Univ Bristol), Keynote speaker: Jerome Gaillardet, Invited speaker: Lixin Jin

2017 Catchment Science Gordon Research Conference and Seminar

Registration is now open for the 2017 (June 25-30) Gordon Research Conference (GRC) held at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine on Catchment Science: Interactions of Hydrology, Biology & Geochemistry. The theme of this GRC is “Crossing Boundaries and Seeking Synthesis in the Catchment Sciences.” A full program is available now at https://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=12331. Please check it out and planning on attending!  

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Register for the 2017 Arlington Meeting for Critical Zone Science by April 1

CRITICAL ZONE SCIENCE: CURRENT ADVANCES AND FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES
Sunday June 4 - Tuesday June 6, 2017
Hilton Hotel, Arlington, Virginia (near NSF)

The US NSF Critical Zone Observatories Program (CZO) would like you to participate in this meeting.  Together, we will learn about the latest Critical Zone science results from the CZO network and elsewhere, and we will discuss how Critical Zone science can be moved forward into the future.