Abstract. Collaborations between biologists and geologists are key to understanding and projecting how landscapes function and change over time. Such collaborations are stimulated by on-going scientific developments, advances in instrumentation and technology, and the growing recognition that environmental problems necessitate interdisciplinary investigation.
Announcement of NSF Funding Opportunity
Proposals for the CZO SAVI International Scholars Program are due March 12, 2018.
Dear CZO colleagues,
For those doing CZO research of interest to the Chesapeake Bay watershed research community, the 2018 Chesapeake Research and Modeling Symposium (ChesRMS 2018) will be held June 12-14 in Annapolis, MD. The abstract deadline and early bird pricing has been extended to March 7th.
Information Technology Specialist (GS-2210-11)
USDA FOREST SERVICE NORTHERN RESEARCH STATION
HUBBARD BROOK EXPERIMENTAL FOREST, WOODSTOCK, NH
About the Position
The LTER Network Communications Office is pleased to announce a new webinar series hosted by the NCO and the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS). This series highlights the progress of the LTER synthesis working groups (https://lternet.edu/synthesis-working-groups). The webinars will cover the latest ideas emerging from LTER synthesis research, as well as insights on the process.
We are seeking a postdoctoral scholar to work on a collaborative study focused on greenhouse gas emissions from California dairy farms. The postdoc will be based in the Silver Lab in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management at U.C. Berkeley and collaborate with Dr. Francesca Hopkins at U.C. Riverside, as well as with a diverse group of scientists at other institutions (UCR, LANL, LBNL, UCI, UCD).
A postdoctoral position on greenhouse gas emissions modeling for California dairy farms is available on a multi-campus project funded by the University of California Office of the President Lab Fees program. The postdoc will be jointly advised by Professor Whendee Silver at UC Berkeley and Professor Francesca Hopkins at UC Riverside, with an option for the individual to be based at either campus (Dept. of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management in Berkeley, CA, or Dept.