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CEREO December 2015

Two Graduate Research Assistantships (PhD.)

The School of Forest Resources at the University of Maine currently has two open graduate research assistantship position, representing an exciting opportunity for a skilled and motivated student to gain experience in – and contribute to – high level science addressing the responses and feedbacks of arctic and boreal terrestrial ecosystems to climate change.
daniel.j.hayes@maine.edu

To apply, send (electronically) a 2-page CV and unofficial college transcripts, along with a cover letter, to: Daniel Hayes, Assistant Professor of Geospatial Analysis & Remote Sensing
Arctic-Boreal Ecosystem Modeling
Multi-scale Carbon Cycle Science

Summer Short Course in Runoff predictions in ungauged basins (PUB)

Fort Collins, Colorado — June 6-10, 2016
USGS John Wesley Powell Center for Analysis and Synthesis
This five-day course is based on the Cambridge University Press book with hands-on sessions using R statistics software and catchments from the United States.

$400 per participant before April 1
$500 per participant after April 1
*Does not include travel or meals. Limited travel support may be available for competitive applicants.

For more information contact Stacey Archfield (sarch@usgs.gov)
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Postdoc – Software Development Framework Connecting Models, Remote Sensing Data, and Field Measurements

NASA/JPL invites applications for a postdoctoral research position from candidates with backgrounds combining a foundation in Computer Science/Software Engineering and an application to Earth’s environment. The project will support a remote sensing–modeling–field data integration framework for the Arctic/Boreal Region. For More Info

Please contact Josh Fisher Joshua.B.Fisher@jpl.nasa.gov if you’re interested

 

 

2016 Sustainable City Year Conference

This conference is intended for a range of audiences interested in the Sustainable City Year (SCY) program model: those higher education institutions with already established programs, those considering establishing an SCY program in the future, and potential partner communities that want to learn more about the model.

Registration fees:

  • Early Bird: $395 until 1/15/2016
  • Regular: $495 until 2/26/2016
  • Late: $595 until 3/11/2016
  • Group discount: $50 discount per registrant when 2 or more from the same institution register together

Register for the conference via this link, or copy and paste this URL into your browser: https://epicn2016scy.eventbrite.com Visit the 2016 SCY Conference website for more information!

Funding Opportunity from the Northwest CSC for Ecological Drought Research

Will fund projects that develop innovative tools or adaptations intended to lessen the ecological impacts of drought (or ecological drought) as they relate to climate change.
Deadline for submission of Statements of Interest …………………………………………… January 20, 2016
Applicants notified and Full Proposals invited ………………………………………………….. February 29, 2016
Deadline for invited Full Proposals …………………………………………………………………… April 13, 2016
Applicants notified of Intent to Award……………………………………………………………… June 1, 2016
More information and Statement of Interest guidelines can be found here.

Advances and Challenges in Food-Energy-Water Nexus

252nd American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition – www.acs.org/meetings
“Chemistry of the People, by the People, and for the People”
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
August 21-25, 2016
Abstract Deadline: March 21, 2016 – https://maps.acs.org
Contact Indranil Chowdhury (indranil.chowdhury@wsu.edu) or Yuehe Lin (yuehe.lin@wsu.edu) for more information about their session