AGU 2019 session: "Critical Zone: from natural to social sciences"

Dear colleagues, For the next AGU, in San Fransisco, December 9-13, we are pleased to announce that our session "Critical Zone: from natural to social sciences" has been accepted. This is the first time AGU is encouraging a session in which geological and ecological sciences will exchange with social sciences on the object "Critical Zone".

Job opening at UC Merced (Assistant Specialist, Sierra Nevada Research Institute))

Full description and application link for this position:

Questions about this open position should be sent to Professor Martha Conklin:


Job # JPF00836


AGU Session: Interdisciplinary Research and Applications in Earth Science

Dear colleagues,

We would like to invite you to submit an abstract to our AGU session on interdisciplinary research and applications. We are convening this session for the second year, after a fruitful discussion in 2018 and amazing turnout.  
once again, we are looking for a diverse set of works on interdisciplinary research and applications, which will also serve as the foundation of a thematic number planned to be published after the meeting.

Post-doc position: carbon and greenhouse gas cycling in a tropical watershed

Post-doc position: Carbon and greenhouse gas cycling in a tropical watershed: contribution of soil and vegetation organic matter and hydrology.

Aim:  tracking carbon in all reservoirs in a tropical watershed (groundwater, rivers, sediments, soil and vegetation) in order to establish of carbon mass balance of the Nyong river basin


GSA session T16: Building Bridges between Modern and Deep-Time Critical Zones, deadline June 25

The deadline to submit an abstract for this year's GSA conference in Phoenix is tomorrow, June 25th! 

We invite contributions to a GSA session T16: Building Bridges between Modern and Deep-Time Critical Zones. 

NEON Science Summit

Earth Lab will be hosting the NEON Science Summit in Boulder, Colorado on October 15-17, 2019. This meeting will convene current and prospective users of data from the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) to explore major questions that can be addressed at continental scales. At this workshop you will further your understanding of NEON data products and their potential use, build a network of NEON data users, and help drive questions in ecology and environmental science.