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 (https://icon-science.pnnl.gov).


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.


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.

2020 CZO Webinar Series on Sustainability: Recordings Available

The U.S. CZO Program presents the 2020 CZO Webinar Series to highlight research findings of CZOs and discuss the impact and relevancy of their findings on society and environmental sustainability.

2020 CZO Webinar Series

View the series playlist on our YouTube Channel.

Virtual Opening of the exhibition CRITICAL ZONES in Karlsruhe

On Friday, 22 May 2020 at 6 pm, a weekend commences, which will celebrate the opening of the Critical Zones exhibition with a Streaming Festival. On its website and on the ZKM’s YouTube channel there will be live broadcasts of lectures, films, theater performances, guided tours, and talks with artists. Workshops and podium discussions with the public will also take place. A Telegram channel will offer the ongoing opportunity to ask questions, contribute comments, and discuss.

Cyberseminar on “Growing the Critical Zone Research Network"

Dear Colleagues, We were funded by NSF for a Critical Zone Research Coordination Network this year. As part of our proposal, we’re hoping to increase the diversity, inclusion and access of researchers in “critical zone” science—earth surface sciences including hydrology, geology, atmospheric science, ecology, etc.—to bring in new ideas and new questions. We’re hoping to engage undergrads, grads, postdocs, and early career faculty, in particular!

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