Goldschmidt Session 09h: Geobiological Controls on Weathering, Past and Present

Hello all,

Please consider submitting an abstract to our Goldschmidt 2019 Session 09h, ‘Geobiological Controls on Weathering, Past and Present’. Our keynote speaker is Dr. Tim Lenton. The full description can be accessed here (https://bit.ly/2U4bypS), and abstracts are due 3/29.

Best,

Dr.'s Matthew Winnick and Kimberly Lau

2019 Italy Summer School on Critical Zone and Ecosystem Dynamics

Summer Course on Critical Zone and Ecosystem Dynamics
Ceresole Reale, Gran Paradiso National Park, Piedmont, Italy
8-17 July 2019
Deadline for applications: 15 May 2019

Find out how to apply at www.to.isac.cnr.it/gpss

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Postdoctoral Research Associate in Critical Zone Science and STEM Education/Outreach, University of Nebraska – Omaha

A postdoctoral research associate position is available in the Department of Geography/Geology at the University of Nebraska – Omaha in the field of Critical Zone Science and STEM education. The position is 75% research and 25% percent teaching/outreach.  The research associate will focus primarily on advancing critical zone science at UNO’s Glacier Creek Preserve, a 400 ha watershed in Omaha investigating land use influences on critical zone structure and function.

Goldschmidt 2019 - 09b: Understanding the CZ w/ particles, solutes, & gases in rivers

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Please conisder submitting abstracts to our Goldschmidt session (09b) entitled, "Understanding the Critical Zone Using the Composition of Particles, Solutes, and Gases Transported by Rivers." The keynote will be delivered by Dr. Hella Wittmann-Oelze (GFZ Potsdam). Abstracts are due 3/29.

-Drs. Mark Torres (Rice) and Jotautas Baronas (Cambridge)

LECTURER IN ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCE

The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis invites applications for a 9-month lectureship for the 2019-2020 academic year. The selected applicant will support the department's undergraduate programs. Duties will include teaching two existing courses on Soil Science (Fall 2019) and Biogeochemistry (Spring 2020) plus two additional courses selected in consultation with the department, and additional duties such as assistance with labs or field trips.