The John Wesley Powell Center for Earth System Science Analysis and Synthesis fosters innovative thinking in Earth system science through collaborative synthesis activities. This mission is driven by the recognition that synthesis is critical to solving complex problems facing Society.
The Clay Science Society (Turkey) and The Clay Minerals Society (USA) will be co-hosting the 17th International Clay Conference 2021 (17th ICC 2021) in İstanbul, Turkey. The scientific program of the 17th ICC 2021 will bring together, as it does every four years, scientists from different disciplines related to clays and clay minerals. The program will consist of technical sessions of oral and poster presentations and keynote speakers.
The Bedrock Critical Zone Network (CZN) team seeks graduate students to work on a new, NSF-funded project focused on understanding linkages between subsurface weathering, surface processes, and ecosystems across a network of sites in the coterminous United States. This is transdisciplinary work at the interface between water, rock, and life and involves collaboration with top scientists at eight institutions across the country.
In October, Eos highlights the importance of critical zone science, the research that is moving it forward, and the role it will play in connecting people across various communities.
The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), in association with Boise State University, and the U.S.D.A. Agricultural Research Service (ARS), is recruiting a postdoctoral researcher to work on a recently funded National Science Foundation 'Critical Zone Thematic Cluster' grant to study carbon fluxes, ecohydrology, and nutrient availability in the carbonate-dominated soils of dryland ecosystems. The project has sites in Texas, New Mexico, and Idaho.
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.
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University of Kansas
The Aquatic Intermittency effects on Microbiomes in Streams (AIMS) team is seeking three graduate students to begin Fall 2021 studying the hydrology and hydrogeology of intermittent streams in the Southeastern Forest, Mountain West, and Great Plains ecosystems.
Universidad de O'Higgins (Rancagua, Chile) has just opened new academic positions in multiple areas (Engineering, Health, Agriculture, Social and Education sciences). Details can be found in the attached pdf and on www.uoh.cl/#concurso-academico. The application deadline is November 30.
The Institute of Applied Geosciences (IAG) at the Department of Materials and Geosciences of Darmstadt University of Technology is located in Darmstadt, Germany. IAG is focusing on the research topics water – energy – environment and looking for dedicated and experienced scientists with a research profile that fits into the profile of the institute and strengthens its development. They invite applications for two positions: