eLTER offers in-person (physical) Transnational Access (TA) to 18 well-equipped, long-term ecosystem research sites across major European socioeconomic and environmental gradients in 17 countries.
Dear All, please can you circulate the following advert for a fully funded (for UK or EU students) PhD studentship at the University of Bristol? We would like to have student start as soon as possible (even this spring) so please instruct any interested students to contact us as soon as possible. Many thanks, Heather
Determination of the nature and origins of riverine phosphorus in catchments underlain by Upper Greensand
In recognition of the global nature of Critical Zone (CZ) science, the NSF has provided funding to the CZ Observatory (CZO) Science Across Virtual Institutes (SAVI) program to enable travel to CZ sites or pre-eminent laboratories overseas to further the investigation of the CZ. This announcement is an open solicitation for applications by graduate students or postgraduates (US citizens or green card holders at US universities only) to receive funds for international travel during 2016.
Northwestern University seeks a postdoctoral scholar to integrate Urban Water, Food, Energy, and Ecosystems Data (Urban Water FEED) to improve urban systems efficiency and resiliency, reduce hazards, and support infrastructure planning and land and water management.
Multiple sessions involve Critical Zone science, including:
Goldschmidt 2016 in Japan
Abstract Submission deadline is Feb. 26th, 2016 (Friday).
11a: Weathering and erosion: quantifying and elucidating Earth surface processes in the Critical Zone and the sedimentary records
Lin Ma, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX 79968, USA. Email: email@example.com
Abstract submission is open for the Goldschmidt conference in Yokohama (deadline is February 26th) and we wanted to draw you attention to our CZ related session “Towards international Critical Zone research in the Anthropocene: the biogeochemistry of ecosystem services”, listed under Weathering and Erosion (11g).
Here is the description that goes with it, please consider submitting an abstract:
Position Summary: The pedologist will join a faculty of plant, soil and environmental scientists in a multidisciplinary department that teaches courses in support of BS, MS, and PhD degree programs. Teaching and advising at the graduate and undergraduate levels must be viewed as a vital career component.
Associate/Professor of Soil or Environmental Science
Participants are invited to submit abstracts for the session Organic Matter Dynamics As Controlled by Erosion and Deposition at the 2016 Goldschmidt Conference in Yokohama Japan (June 26 – July 1). The description of the session is below. Abstract submission deadline is February 26.
13g: Organic Matter Dynamics As Controlled by Erosion and Deposition