We invite you to join an interactive discussion on the spatiotemporal scales, process representation, and motivating science questions by modelers involved in the CZO, LTER, ISMC, and NEON communities.
The 2018 Geological Society of America (GSA) Northeastern Section Meeting will be held in in Burlington, VT on March 18-20th.
Abstract submission deadline is December 12th, 2017.
Please consider submitting an abstract to theme session T5: “Critical Zone Processes, Function, and Resiliency: Challenges and Opportunities”.
Organizers: Julia Perdrial (University of Vermont) and Tim White (Penn State University)
Tim White and I are organizing a session on “Critical Zone Processes, Function, and Resiliency: Challenges and Opportunities” (Theme #5), please consider submitting an abstract!
NE-GSA is in Burlington, VT, March 18-20th 2018. Abstract submission deadline is December 12th 2017.
The 22nd CMWR conference (Computational Methods in Water Resources) will place a special emphasis on the link between data and models, in particular in the context of critical zone systems. The conference will take place in the coastal city of Saint Malo (France) from June 3 to 7 2018. The deadline for abstract submission is November 22 2017.
The session most closely related to the critical zone are the following:
The Landscape Hydrology Lab at Johns Hopkins University is looking to recruit two new PhD students interested in a variety of topics in hydrologic science.
The College of Charleston Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences (http://geology.cofc.edu) is accepting applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Geology. The candidate will hold a Ph.D. in Geosciences with research and teaching interests in geology. The department is seeking a field-oriented geoscientist who has a proven record of success teaching introductory geology courses.
CZEN members going to American Association of Geographers (AGG) next spring on April 10-14, 2018 in New Orleans should be interested in this special session. We have room for a couple more papers.
Session Id: 11879
Tenure-stream faculty position in Hydrology and Water Resources
Assistant or Associate Professor of Geoscience, University of Nevada Las Vegas.
We systematically investigated six soil profiles developed on a climosequence of gray shale to constrain the mobility and fractionation of rare earth elements (REE) during chemical weathering processes. In addition, one site developed on black shale (Marcellus Formation) was included to document REE behaviors in organic-rich versus organic-poor shale end members under the same environmental conditions.