Collaborative Opportunity

Critical Zone Network-of-Networks Monthly Webinar announcement

Dear Colleagues,


We are hosting the 2nd International Early Career AGU Workshop on “Toward an International Critical Zone Network-of-Networks for the Next Generation through Shared Science, Tools, Data and Philosophy”. The workshop will be held virtually on Monday, December 14th, 2020.


Belmont Forum Announces Collaborative Research Call on Soils

The Belmont Forum is pleased to announce the launch of a collaborative research call on the theme: Towards Sustainability of Soils and Groundwater for Society. The goal of this CRA is to produce the necessary knowledge and propose solutions to maintain well-functioning soils and groundwater systems in the Critical Zone, or rehabilitate them where degraded, through:

Now Hiring: Postdoctoral Research Associate in Urban Ecohydrology and/or Global Environmental Change

A new postdoctoral researcher position is available at Washington State University in Vancouver, WA, in Urban Ecohydrology, Global Environmental Change, or a related field such as Urban Environmental Biophysics/Ecophysiology, Urban Environmental Modeling, or Remote Sensing Data Analytics. (This is in addition to the first such position, previously advertised in 2019.)

Carbonate Critical Zone RCN is accepting applications to First Field Workshop

The National Science Foundation funded Carbonate Critical Zone Research Coordination Network is accepting applications to participate in the Pennsylvania Field Workshop which will be held August 2-5, 2020 at Temple University in Philadelphia with a field trip to Central PA.  During the field trip we will examine recent and historic monitoring in the well-known karst springs described in Shuster and White (1971) and visit with resea

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Sept 30, 2019 webinar for Critical Zone Research Coordination Network and upcoming conference

Dear Colleagues, We would like to advertise our NSF-funded Research Coordination Network “Building capacity to deepen the critical zone: expanding boundaries and exploring gradients through data-model synergy.” Our mission is to enhance the diversity of participants and ideas in the critical zone (CZ) community, integrating scientists with broad interests in biology, hydrology, geology, atmospheric science, and computational sciences with the scientific goal of understanding the struc