Collaborative Opportunity

Invitation to Discuss WHONDRS ICON-ModEx: Crowdsourcing, AI/ML, Remote Sensing Integration

If you’re interested in rivers, crowdsourcing, artificial intelligence, remote sensing, and/or open science please join us on June 09, 2023 8:00-9:00 am PT to discuss the WHONDRS ICON-ModEx project that puts all these elements together ( The science goal is understanding riverbed sediment biogeochemistry through continental-scale iteration between models and data.

Invitation to engage in river corridor crowdsourced science and engage about benefits to your classroom

Are you interested in river corridors, watersheds, biogeochemistry, or open science? Are you an educator looking for opportunities for your students to engage in active research studies? Are you looking for researchers who can engage with your students? Are you a student interested in these topics? 

Crowdsourced sampling of rivers

Interested in river corridors, watersheds, biogeochemistry, and/or open science? If so, consider joining a new crowdsourced sampling campaign across the U.S. The samples focus on river  water and sediment. We cover the costs of materials, shipping, and data generation, and you provide the samples. All data will be public and their use is unlimited (e.g., proposals, manuscripts, classroom exercises).

More transferable, open, and equitable science via ICON (AGU town hall this Thursday)

Interested in open science, transferability of research, scientific equity, and magnifying the impact of your work? Please join us December 9th at 9:15-10:15 am PST for a virtual AGU Fall Meeting town hall about the ICON Science Cooperative (


Learn about the ICON principles and how the Cooperative can help you use these principles to benefit your science and the science of those around you.


Invitation to join discussion on WHONDRS river sediment crowdsourced sampling campaign to maximize mutual benefit

Interested in river corridors, watersheds, biogeochemistry, or open science? We’re looking for your guidance on @WHONDRS ( crowdsourced sampling. The sampling is informed by artificial intelligence models developed by Parallel Works ( using open data from WHONDRS and other community resources.

WHONDRS Crowdsourced Manuscript Collection

We are researchers working to advance open science, using an investigation of organic matter in river corridors to further develop open science methods. We are seeking participants to join us in generating a globally crowdsourced effort that uses ecological principles to better understand organic matter chemistry in rivers.

Carbonate CZ Research Coordination Network invites scholars to join working groups

The NSF-funded Carbonate Critical Zone Research Coordination Network is inviting scholars from all backgrounds and disciplines to join one of its four Working Groups and contribute to the development of review papers and participate in our upcoming workshops and trainings.