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 growing recognition that synthesis is critical to solving complex problems facing Society. To date, the Center has successfully hosted 36 working groups that have produced 70 pubs, many in top-ranked journals.
The manuscript, “Designing a Suite of Measurements to Understand the Critical Zone,” by Brantley et al., which details the methodology behind scaling up from measuring “everything everywhere” at Shale Hills to measuring “only what we need” over the greater Shavers Creek watershed, is now available for online public discussion at the journal Earth Surface Dynamics. The online discussion is open until November 25 2015, and is available at the following link, along with the manuscript and suppl
I have 1-2 MS positions available on TA (RA pending) for this coming fall on projects related to soil and stream water C dynamics. One project will look at spatial patterns in river corridor C characteristics and another will use a comparison of experiments, field sampling and mining of existing data to investigate CZ controls on stream water C. Some background in geology is required for teaching intro geology courses.
Greetings! We would like to invite you to join us and share your research in the upcoming conference in the Computational Methods in Water Resources (CMWR) at the University of Toronto, Canada, June 20 – 24, 2016 (http://cmwrconference.org/). The abstract submission deadline is November 30, 2015. Please feel free to forward this email to anyone who might be interested.
The Mcknight lab group will be holding a DOM Fluorescence Workshop on November 6th and 7th, followed by a special session on the 8th at University of Colorado at Boulder. The two-day workshop is for students and scientists working on projects involving fluorescence analysis of dissolved organic matter. The special session on Sunday, Nov. 8th Session focuses on how on creating your own PARAFAC model.
The Faculty of Geosciences and Environment (FGSE) at the University of Lausanne invites applications for a Professorship in the Biogeochemistry of the Earth Surface System.
The fall edition of CZNews, the CZO National Office newsletter, is now available at http://criticalzone.org/national/news/story/cznews-fall-2015/. The newsletter features new CZO Program Director Richard Yuretich, CZO partipation at the LTER triennial meeting, results from a workshop on the deep Critical Zone, and more!
The Faculty of Geosciences and Environment at the University of Lausanne invites applications for a Professorship in the Biogeochemistry of the Earth Surface System with a particular focus upon biogeochemical cycles at the Earth’s surface and their relationships with Earth surface processes. We expect the successful applicant to have:
The hydrology research group under the direction of Professor Rafael L. Bras at Georgia Institute of Technology is seeking a post-doctoral researcher in hydrology with experience in ecohydrology, hydro-geomorphology and numerical modeling of the land-atmosphere-bisphere system.