Graduate student opportunities in critical zone science at University of Connecticut

The Critical Zone Geoscience Lab in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Connecticut is recruiting graduate students at the MS or Ph.D. level. The lab is led by Dr. Russell Callahan and research projects in the lab will focus on understanding connections between subsurface weathering, hydrology, ecosystems, and surface processes. Research methods will include measurements of subsurface weathering from geophysical surveys, excavations, and boreholes.

Utah State University Asst. Professor in Critical Zone Geosciences

The Department of Geosciences and the Ecology Center at Utah State University (USU), Logan, invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in interdisciplinary Critical Zone Geosciences, anticipated to begin August 2024. We seek candidates who conduct innovative, interdisciplinary, and quantitative investigations across a broad range of critical zone (CZ) processes linked to societal importance.

Recruiting a Watershed Modeller in BC, Canada

Research Scientist Position in Watershed Modelling

We are recruiting a research scientist to work on watershed modelling problems at the Hakai Institute. The first objective is a stream temperature modelling study in collaboration with Dr. Dan Moore of University of British Columbia and Dr. Jordan Benner of the Nanwakolas Council

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Post-doctoral Researcher in Detrital Zircon Geochronology

The Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (EOAS) is seeking a post-doctoral researcher in detrital zircon geochronology. The successful candidate will undertake a project relating the isotopic and geochemical compositions of minerals in modern rivers to the geology exposed in their catchments.  The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated ability to integrate geological concepts related to sediment transportation within a source-to-sink system and detrital geochronology.

Taiwan 2023 World Rivers Day - Sunday, September 17 in Pinglin, New Taipei City, Taiwan

The Taiwan 2023 World Rivers Day will be hosted this Sunday, September 17, 2023 in Pinglin, New Taipei City, Taiwan.

Taiwan World Rivers Day Series
Whether you reside in the upstream catchment area of Taipei Feitsui Reservoir, or are one of the Taipei metropolitan residents benefiting from the reservoir downstream, "water" greatly influences our lives. How can we coexist between protecting water sources and sustaining livelihoods?

Variably Inundated Ecosystems AGU Session

If you’re working on any kind of system that experiences variable inundation at any spatiotemporal scale (e.g., non-perennial streams, coastal systems, wetlands, temporary ponds, etc.), please consider submitting your work to the following AGU session.


H096 - Non-perennial and Variably Inundated Waterways: Integrating Hydrological, Geochemical, Ecological, and Social Perspectives