Abstract submission for "Role of Soils in Mediating the Critical Zone" at the 2019 Soil Science Society of America meeting is now open!
The upcoming Soil Science Society of America 2019 'Soils across latitudes' meeting in San Diego, California will include a topical session on Legacy N: Biogeochemical, Hydrologic and Environmental Perspectives. Legacy nitrogen in soils, sediment and surface/groundwaterbodies is increasingly recognized as an impediment to water quality goals, and remains difficult to quantify at a variety of scales.
Greetings to the Community,
Please consider submitting an abstract to the 2018 AGU session listed below. Abstracts will be accepted from 13 June 2018 thru 1 August 2018 for the Fall Conference 10 December - 14 December in Washington, D.C.
Sincerely - The Conveners
Data Science and Geochemistry: Applying Data-driven Approach in Geochemistry-centric Studies
Abstract deadline extended until June 22nd.
The TERENO Network (www.tereno.net) will conduct the 2nd TERENO International Conference from Oct 8-12, 2018 in Berlin (Germany).
For more information on the event, for abstract submission and registration please see http://www.ufz.de/tereno2018/.
For those who plan to attend the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting and are interested in the role of plant on CZO processes, please consider to come to participate the following session: EP044. Tree, Water, Regolith and Rock: The Role of Roots and Plant Hydraulics in Critical Zone Processes (#49955) The abstract submission site will open on Wednesday, 13 June. The deadline for all submissions is Wednesday, 1 August 23:59 EDT. Abstracts will not be accepted for review after this date.
The Department of Geosciences at Boise State University is hiring a full-time permanent Remote Sensing Research Associate. Please see attached or here for the position announcement.
The Hydrology Research Group at Duke University is looking for highly motivated PhD students in the field of hydrological processes, data analytics, optimization and modeling. Projects in the research group seek to provide information on the interaction between climate, vegetation, land use, topography and hydro-geology on the spatio-temporal variability of surface and subsurface hydrologic processes.
A postdoctoral research position is available at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University in reactive transport modeling of transient biogeochemical processes in variably saturated alluvial aquifers that impact water quality.