The Geosciences Lab of the University of Rennes (France) looks for 1 PhD and 1 PostDoctoral research associate in the domain of experimental river mechanics and reactive transport (see attached document). The project, starting in Spring 2020, lasts for 4 years and is entirely founded by a French National Grant (ANR).
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, WA is seeking a highly motivated post-masters research associate with a strong background centered around riverbed sediments, surface waters, or soils in terms of (1) detailed molecular properties of organic matter (e.g., assayed via mass spec, NMR, or other high resolution methods), (2) aerobic and anaerobic biogeochemistry, (3) integration of multi-omic data (e.g., metagenomics, metatranscriptomics, metametabolomics) with metabolic m
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, WA is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral research associate with a strong background centered around riverbed sediments, surface waters, or soils in terms of (1) detailed molecular properties of organic matter (e.g., assayed via mass spec, NMR, or other high resolution methods), (2) aerobic and anaerobic biogeochemistry, (3) integration of multi-omic data (e.g., metagenomics, metatranscriptomics, metametabolomics) with metabolic m
The Sierra Nevada Research Institute (SNRI) at UC Merced (http://snri.ucmerced.edu) is seeking two full-time researchers in the specialist track.
Recruitment Period through Monday, Jul 29, 2019 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time)
Associate Specialist (https://aprecruit.ucmerced.edu/JPF00820; $58,000+ salaried)
Pacific Northwest National Lab has an exciting opportunity for a post-masters intern to work with an interdisciplinary team, with a focus on biogeochemistry, microbiology, and hydrology. Part of this position will contribute to the global WHONDRS consortium (whondrs.pnnl.gov).
This position closes soon, March 28th, so please apply today!
Link to the job ad: https://t.co/XobPGiCXpk
We look forward to working with you,
Abstract deadline for Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting 2019 – (San Diego, California. January 6th-9th) is approaching!
Please consider submitting to Legacy N: Biogeochemical, Hydrologic and Environmental Perspectives. This is an interdisciplinary session and a critical zone approach is encouraged.
Abstract Deadline – August 7th 2018
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.
POSTDOCTORAL SCHOLAR POSITION OPENING (HYDROLOGY)
Apply: https://aprecruit.ucmerced.edu/apply/JPF00555. All application materials must be submitted through this website.
Open October 25th, 2017 through December 29th, 2017
Review begins December 29. Position will remain open until filled.
A Postdoctoral Research Associate is sought to conduct research spanning the Critical Zone Observatory network (http://www.criticalzone.org/ ). This network of nine heavily instrumented landscapes is generating large datasets and deep insights into the nature of the water and energy fluxes through Earth’s living terrestrial surface. The successful applicant will be supervised by Noah Molotch (CU Boulder) and Ciaran Harman (Johns Hopkins University) to work with a team of scientists from across the network. They will synthesize these data, and answer two fundamental questions about the relationship between critical zone architecture and hydrologic function: 1) How does critical zone structure influence hydrologic processes and functions? 2) Do hydrologic processes and critical zone structures co-evolve? They will address these questions through an inter-comparison of 1) perceptual models (in the sense of a model based on words, description, diagrams, etc.) of each CZO, capturing what is understood about their internal structure and hydrologic processes, and 2) quantitative hydrologic signatures that capture essential differences in the CZOs’ hydrologic functions. The initial position is for one year, with the possibility of extension.
STATION NAME AND OWNER
Finse Alpine Research Centre is owned by the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of the University of Oslo. Even though the University of Oslo is the offi cial owner, state funding for building the station was provided on the condition that the Universities of Bergen and Oslo have equal rights to the use of the station for research and education. The station is managed by the Department of Biology, University of Oslo.
The Alpine Research Center is located 1.5 km east of the Finse railway station on the north-western corner of the Hardangervidda mountain plateau in south central Norway (60°36’ N, 30’ E). The closest town is Geilo, about 50 km to the east. Finse lies in the low alpine zone at 1200 meters a.s.l. and about 250 meters above the tree line. The snow-free period is normally between mid-July and October. The station is located just outside Hallingskarvet National Park to the north and east and Skaupsjøen-Hardangerjøkulen landscape protection area to the south and west. The Hardangerjøkulen glacier is 4 km south of the station.