The thin veneer of Earth's surface that stretches from the top of the forest canopy to the base of bedrock is known as the "critical zone." It's where fresh water flows, rock turns to soil, and life flourishes.
The Alaska Coastal Rainforest Center at the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) is seeking a postdoctoral scholar to work with members of the Coastal Rainforest Margins Research Network to develop a regional carbon flux model for the north Pacific temperate rainforest region. The position will be located in Juneau, Alaska, with opportunity to travel and work with team members at other institutions as needed.
Established in 2010, MiCom is a unique conference organized by PhD students of the JSMC and AquaDiva graduate schools that fosters interdisciplinary discussion between accomplished researchers and young scientists in the field of microbial communication.
Middle Susquehanna Riverkeeper is pleased to announce that the organization has been approved to host a Community Stewards VISTA member for a one-year assignment starting 1/30/2017. Applications are now being accepted and interviews are tentatively scheduled for December 6-9, 2016.
A full description of the program is available online, and interested candidates must apply through the My AmeriCorps portal.
Four faculty positions at the University of Exeter, in the Camborne School of Mines Earth Science department based in Cornwall. The research considered is quite broad and highlighted in bold where people might have significant expertise.
1. Professor in Applied Geoscience or Sustainable Mining
The Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS) is excited to announce that SAGEEP 2017 will be co-located with the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) spring meeting March 20 & 21. This opportunity will bring together a diverse audience from a wide range of backgrounds. All technical sessions will be open to both SAGEEP and NGWA attendees.