Brazilian Critical Zone Symposium

The Brazilian Critical Zone Symposium (BCZS) is an interdisciplinary event promoted by the Soil and Plant Nutrition Graduate Program with the support of the Department of Soil Science of the Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture of University of São Paulo (ESALQ/USP). The event is scheduled to take place on April 15 – 17th at ESALQ/USP Campus, located in the city of Piracicaba, State of São Paulo, Brazil.

Hydrologist - US Forest Service, Grand Rapids, MN

Hydrologist (GS-1315-11)

USDA FOREST SERVICE NORTHERN RESEARCH STATION

About the Position
The Northern Research Station is announcing an upcoming vacancy for a Hydrologist (GS-1315-11) position that will provide science support to the Center for Research on Ecosystem Change in the Northern Research Station.  The position is a permanent appointment with a full-time tour of duty, stationed near Grand Rapids, MN at the Marcell Experimental Forest.

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Ecologist - US Forest Service, Grand Rapids, MN or Durham, NH

Ecologist (GS-0408-11)

USDA FOREST SERVICE NORTHERN RESEARCH STATION

About the Position
The Northern Research Station is announcing an upcoming vacancy for an Ecologist (GS-0408-11) position that will provide science support to the Center for Research on Ecosystem Change in the Northern Research Station.  The position is a permanent appointment with a full-time tour of duty, stationed in either Grand Rapids, MN or Durham, NH.

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Postdoctoral research fellow in « Hydrology and biogeochemistry of ponds : pesticide transfers »

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in « Hydrology and biogeochemistry of ponds : pesticide transfers »

at EcoLab-CNRS within the framework of the ANR Project « PESTIPOND »

OFFER TITLE : Role of ponds in input/output pesticide transfers and concentrations in the different compartments

DETAIL of the OFFER : http://bit.ly/2FOQ88x

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Goldschmidt Session 09i: Quantifying the impact of plants on rates of weathering and erosion

Dear colleagues, 

The abstract submission deadline for the Goldschimdt 2019 (Barcelona, Spain Aug 18-23) is rapidly approaching. Please consider submitting an abstract to session 09i "Quantifying the impact of plants on rates of weathering and erosion” within Theme 9: “Weathering, Erosion, and the Critical Zone.”  Kate Maher (Stanford) will be our keynote speaker. 

Session Title: Quantifying the impact of plants on rates of weathering and erosion

Closing Soon: Post-Master Intern in Biogeochemistry at Pacific Northwest National Lab

Pacific Northwest National Lab has an exciting opportunity for a post-masters intern to work with an interdisciplinary team, with a focus on biogeochemistry, microbiology, and hydrology. Part of this position will contribute to the global WHONDRS consortium (whondrs.pnnl.gov).

This position closes soon, March 28th, so please apply today!

Link to the job ad:  https://t.co/XobPGiCXpk

We look forward to working with you,

Goldschmidt Session 09h: Geobiological Controls on Weathering, Past and Present

Hello all,

Please consider submitting an abstract to our Goldschmidt 2019 Session 09h, ‘Geobiological Controls on Weathering, Past and Present’. Our keynote speaker is Dr. Tim Lenton. The full description can be accessed here (https://bit.ly/2U4bypS), and abstracts are due 3/29.

Best,

Dr.'s Matthew Winnick and Kimberly Lau