Call for Research

Trace elements analysis of environmental samples with X-rays

Dear Colleagues,


On behalf of the Organizing Committee of the “ICOBTE 2017 - International Conference On the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements” (Zurich, Switzerland, July 16-20, 2017), we would be very pleased to receive your contribution(s) to the Special Symposium "Trace elements analysis of environmental samples with X-rays".

GES-11: Call for papers and Registration

The 11th International Symposium on Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface (GES-11)

Conference title:  Surface-Earth System Sciences: Toward a sustainable Earth
Conference website:
Conference dates:  11 to 16 June, 2017
Conference venue:  Jinyang Hotel, Guanshanhu, Guiyang, Guizhou, China.



Call for Papers

Call for papers on critical zone hydrogeophysics

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.

eLTER offers in-person Transnational Access to 18 well-equipped, long-term ecosystem research sites in Europe.

eLTER offers in-person (physical) Transnational Access (TA) to 18 well-equipped, long-term ecosystem research sites across major European socioeconomic and environmental gradients in 17 countries. 

Supporting Material(s): 

Call for Proposals; USGS Powell Center

The John Wesley Powell Center for Earth System Science Analysis and Synthesis fosters innovative thinking in Earth system science through collaborative synthesis activities. This mission is driven by the growing recognition that synthesis is critical to solving complex problems facing Society. To date, the Center has successfully hosted 36 working groups that have produced 70 pubs, many in top-ranked journals.

B052: Multi-Scale and Integrated Sensing for Watershed Science

American Geophysical Union -- Session ID# 8983 Description: Gaining a predictive understanding of dynamic ecosystem and hydrological processes in watersheds involves complex surface and subsurface hydrology, biogeochemistry, and vegetation dynamics. Heterogeneous properties and responses are needed in sufficiently detailed spatial and temporal resolution. However, properties and responses must be averaged, translated, and/or upscaled to integrate over the entire watershed or watersheds. While there has been some progress towards developing multi-scale approaches to understand and predict watershed-scale behavior, the community still struggles to extrapolate knowledge beyond the point scale. However, advances in technology and interdisciplinary cooperation are changing this trend.