20 Nov 2018 - NSF Crosscutting CNH2: Dynamics of Integrated Socio-Environmental Systems (CNH2) Solicitation 19-528 DUE DATES Letter of Intent Deadline...
19 Nov 2018 - The 2018 AGU Fall Meeting will be held December 10-14 in Washington, D.C.
14 Nov 2018 - Say 'Hello!' to biogeochemist Morgan Barnes! Morgan specializes in the study of soil nutrient biogeochemistry, focusing on phosphorus in the Sierras
24 Oct 2018 - Meet forest ecologist Jeff Lauder! Lauder's research focuses on Sierra Nevada Conifers and how they have been responding to stress during drought!
12 Sep 2018 - Two postdoctoral scholar positions and multiple MS or PhD research assistantships are currently available at the University of California, Merced....
23 May 2018 - Meet ecohydrologist Ryan Bart! Ryan studies the interactions between water and ecosystems within the Sierra Nevada and other regions.
13 Mar 2018 - Meet the minds behind the data! Caitlin specializes in modeling water fluxes from drop to catchment scale, tracking water through the Critical Zone.
01 Jan 2018 - A 15-week semester-long upper-level undergraduate course curriculum entitled “Introduction to Critical Zone Science” is now available free online.
28 Mar 2017 - A team of researchers found that dust provides a much greater amount of nutrients to vegetation in the Sierra Nevada than previously thought.
05 Feb 2016 - Open to undergraduates at any UC campus! SSCZO seeks an undergraduate intern to assist with field and laboratory research and equipment maintenance.
07 Aug 2014 - PhD assistantship opportunity with Department of Geology & Geophysics, Univ of Wyoming
07 Aug 2014 - Apply now for the SSCZO Field Manager position! We are hiring a Staff Research Associate III. Position closes August 12, 2014 Position...
17 Oct 2012 - SSCZO multidisciplinary opportunities for research collaborators and graduate students
Interested in other graduate and undergraduate student opportunities? Our researchers and staff may have a position for you. Contact Michelle Gilmore to learn more.
The list of people working with Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory is growing, and we want you to join us! We invite researchers of all levels to join the Southern Sierra CZO team.
We have a wealth of data and infrastructure available to the research community. To discuss potential collaborations, schedule a field visit, or utilize existing data and infrastructure at SSCZO, please contact Michelle Gilmore.
Looking to add to the instrumentation or collect samples at our sites? Please contact Field Manager Erin Stacy for more information on site infrastructure, field logistics, and permitting.