If you’re interested in river corridors, open science, and free access to high resolution data for your field system, join the global WHONDRS consortium (https://whondrs.pnnl.gov) integrating p
Dear Colleagues, Two postdoctoral positions are available for collaborative research in - a) soil organic matter dynamics and b) aqueous geochemistry of metals in rivers that is to be conducted in the Arequipa region of Peru. Purdue University and the Universidad Nacional de San Agustin (UNSA) in Arequipa, Peru have partnered to form the Arequipa Nexus Institute for Food, Energy, Water, and the Environment (Nexus Institute), which, over the course of this multi-year, multi-disciplinary partn
POSITION OF PROFESSOR IN SURFACE GEOLOGY AND GEOCHEMISTRY
The Powell Center seeks projects that address development and testing of important Earth system science ideas and theories using existing data, cutting-edge analysis of Earth system information, and use of sound science in policy and management decisions. Proposals that consider and address National Science Foundation Big Ideas are also welcome. Proposals are evaluated for scientific merit, novel approaches, and rationale for conducting investigative activities at the Powell Center.
Nature Communications is are hiring two associate or senior editors to join their Earth team to work out of offices in either London, Shanghai, New York, or Berlin. Editorial experience is not required, and while postdoctoral research experience is preferred it is not essential. A thorough understanding of the fundamentals of the subject is key and an interest in areas beyond your speciality is required.
The National Science Foundation is seeking qualified candidate for a Program Director position in the Hydrologic Sciences (HS) Program, within the Division of Earth Sciences (EAR), Directorate for Geosciences (GEO), Alexandria, VA.
The job announcement can be found at: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/517246600?org=NSF
The position is open during: 11/19/2018 to 01/02/2019
Dear Fellow Critical Zone Explorers!
We would like to ask for your views on the current challenges facing soil organic carbon research.
The Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory (SSHCZO) was established to investigate the form, function, and dynamics of the critical zone developed on sedimentary rocks in the Appalachian Mountains in central Pennsylvania. When first established, the SSHCZO encompassed only the Shale Hills catchment, a 0.08-km2 subcatchment within Shaver’s Creek watershed. The SSHCZO has now grown to include 120 km2 of the Shaver’s Creek watershed.
The University of Florida Water Institute Graduate Fellows Program (WIGF) is offering 5 to 6 PhD fellowships for interdisciplinary collaborative studies in hydrology, hydrogeology, geochemistry, microbial ecology, botany, ecosystem ecology, and coastal hydrodynamics of glaciers, pro-glacial landscapes, and coastal systems in Greenland. Fellows will form a cohort and will benefit from integrative activities to enhance interdisciplinary skills as well as expertise in environmental civics (i.e.
Exploring the functioning of soil-plant interactions: data and models
Convenors: Frédéric Gérard (INRA), K Ulrich Mayer (UBC), Chiara Pistocchi (SupAgro), Federica Tamburini (ETH)
Proposed keynote speaker: Sascha Oswald (Univ Potsdam)