Join the U.S. Critical Zone Observatory program for food, drink and discussion during the 2018 Goldschmidt Conference in Boston. This meeting is open to the greater CZ community to discuss ongoing CZO network-level initiatives including data management, common measurements, and potential new cross-site initiatives in anticipation of a new CZO solicitation.
Less than a week left to submit abstracts to GSA 2018! Abstract submission deadline is 14 August 2018, 11:59 PM PDT. https://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2018AM/cfp.epl
Please consider submitting an abstract to CZ-related sessions! Thank you.
T172. Critical Zone Science—Bio-Geo Interactions across Environmental Gradients and Time
U.S. Army Engineer Research & Development Center (ERDC)
Soil & Sediment Geochemistry Team
Post-doctoral Fellowship Notice
Post-doctoral opportunity available working with the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Environmental Laboratory, Soil & Sediment Geochemistry Team in environmental soil/geochemical processes.
Teagasc (Ireland) is currently recruiting a soil researcher to work within the Agricultural Catchments Program.
To contribute, as part of the Agricultural Catchments Programme (ACP) team, to the evaluation of the effectiveness of the measures contained in the Nitrates Action Programme under the Nitrates Directive with particular emphasis on:
Abstract deadline for Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting 2019 – (San Diego, California. January 6th-9th) is approaching!
Please consider submitting to Legacy N: Biogeochemical, Hydrologic and Environmental Perspectives. This is an interdisciplinary session and a critical zone approach is encouraged.
Abstract Deadline – August 7th 2018
Don’t just present your research at the AGU meeting, take the challenge to present it in a lightning talk in language the public and policy decision makers can understand.
If you have already submitted an abstract, you can still submit one to public affairs. Please consider submitting an abstract to PA027 “How Does Your Geoscience Research Matter, and Can You Explain How It Matters to Other Scientists and the Public?”