The Department of Geosciences at the University of Massachusetts invites applications for a tenure track position in Aqueous and Environmental Geochemistry at the Assistant Professor level starting Fall 2016. We are seeking talented applicants qualified for an assistant professor position. Under exceptional circumstances, highly qualified candidates at other ranks may receive consideration.
In preparation of the fall China CZO workshop, please find attached 2 zip files which will provide context for the field sites.
*Update: Discussion extended to Nov. 8, 2015
CMS - Clays in the Critical Zone Field Trip - June 8-9, 2016
Trip Leaders: Paul A. Schroeder, Jay Austin, and Daniel deB. Richter
The Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus–Senftenberg (Germany, State of Brandenburg) offers as soon as possible a position at the Research Center Landscape Development and Mining Landscapes (FZLB) in Cottbus as an academic assistant (post-doc) preliminary limited for 5 years (options for extension will be c
The Role of Runoff and Erosion on Soil Carbon Stocks: From Soilscapes to Landscape Workshop, October 20-21, 2015 at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana
Spots are still available, register by September 27, 2015!
Description: We invite applications for two postdoc positions across diverse skillsets that intersect with soil biogeochemistry. The successful candidates will conduct research into the role of iron redox processes on soil carbon mineralization in humid forests within the Luquillo Critical Zone Observatory, Puerto Rico.
Wednesday 19th August 17:00-19:00
Location: Club E
This event is for the geomicrobiology community to discuss the conclusions of two recent workshops held in Chicago, USA, and Beijing, China. The Chicago workshop was convened to review advances made in the last 15 years, infrastructure that has made these advances possible, emerging approaches that hold promise to yield major breakthroughs, and grand challenges ahead in the field. The China workshop focused on current understandings of microbial extracellular electron transfer with minerals as electron sources and sinks (MEETS) and key science questions and hypotheses for MEETS research. This town hall meeting will begin with two presentations summarizing the workshops, followed by time for comments and discussion on conclusions and the potential for international research collaborations.
Understanding ecosystem transitions is more important than ever and critical zone observatories shall contribute to this issue. The Symposium "Observing Ecosystem Transition" (28 - 29 September 2015) will discuss regime shifts during ecosystem succession and the role of critical zone observatories. The conference will take place at the Brandenburg University of Technology in Cottbus (Germany) and includes an excursion to the Chicken Creek critical zone observatory.