An international interdisciplinary conference "CRITICAL ZONE" which will take place in Hamburg, Germany on 21-22 February 2019. Inspired by the works of Bruno Latour the conference seeks to explore the image-theoretical implications of the critical zone concept, asking i.e.
If you work in cold places, submit an abstract to the Fall 2018 AGU session...
EP047: When rock meets water and ice: Geomorphic and hydrologic response in periglacial Critical Zones
Please consider submitting to our session at the annual GSA meeting in Indianapolis, and invite others who could be interested! We have made a concerted effort to have our invited speakers be from the emerging-star-scientists category. Full session title is: "Measuring and modeling fluxes across the surface water/groundwater interface".
Two three-year PhD assistantships in Hydrology/Geophysics are available at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. The students will combine hydrological and geophysical field observations with numerical modeling to study snowmelt-driven streamflow generation at the hillslope and small-watershed scales as part of a NSF-funded project titled “Subsurface structure and flow regime for Rocky Mountain hillslopes with different geologies”. The intended starting date is Sep. 2018 or Jan. 2019.
We would like to invite you, a group you represent, or others in your network to submit an abstract to our AGU session
Consider submitting an abstract to the following AGU 2018 session. Abstracts are due 1 August 2018 23:59 EDT.
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Please consider submitting an abstract to one of these two sessions at the AGU Fall Meeting. The abstract deadline is August 1. Submit here: https://fallmeeting.agu.org/2018/abstract-submissions/.
Please consider submitting an abstract to our 2018 AGU Fall Meeting session EP014 “Evaluating the influence of geomorphology on carbon cycling”. This session aims to explore all aspects of the interplay between geomorphic processes and carbon cycling. Please pass along to any colleagues that may also be interested in this session.