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Mon, 2015/01/26 - 12:46pm

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is recruiting volunteers to help with gopher tortoise conservation. Volunteering with the FWC is a great way for citizens to help with species conservation, and now there are three new opportunities to get involved.

glacier
Tue, 2015/01/20 - 3:48pm

As the Earth warms and glaciers all over the world begin to melt, researchers and public policy experts have focused largely on how all of that extra water will contribute to sea level rise.

But another impact lurking in that inevitable scenario is carbon.

More specifically, what happens to all of the organic carbon found in those glaciers when they melt?

Tue, 2015/01/20 - 3:01pm

We will be hosting 10 undergraduate researchers this summer at Georgia Tech in our REU program focused in Aquatic Chemical Ecology.  Our program website is http://www.biology.gatech.edu/reu/ including program details, application process, and contact information.
  

Tue, 2015/01/06 - 10:09am

Geoscience Graduate & Ph.D. Students: There are 92 grants available in 2015 for graduate geoscience students.

Thu, 2014/12/18 - 10:08am

The American Meteorological Society is recognizing several FSU Meteorology alums.

Fri, 2014/12/12 - 1:59pm

Jesse Enloe (MS, 2002) and Scott Applequist (Ph.D. 1999) have been awarded the NOAA 2015 Bronze Medal and Distinguished Career Awards

Tue, 2014/12/09 - 12:31pm

The Northwest Florida Water Management District has an opening for an OPS Hydrogeology Aide in their Midway, FL headquarters.  This is a part-time position entailing directed work in the areas of hydrogeology, hydrology, planning, engineering and environmental science.

Tue, 2014/12/02 - 12:08pm

Seasons in Space: Cycles of Variability of Sun-Planet Systems

July 28 - August 4, 2015

Boulder, CO

Deadline:  27 February 2015

Tue, 2014/12/02 - 11:39am

The Florida Division of Emergency Management is currently accepting submissions for the 2015 Spring Semester Internship Program.

Dr. Munir Humayun in the Sahara desert near Erfoud, Morocco
Wed, 2014/11/26 - 4:06pm

Black Beauty, a shiny, scaly-skinned, 4.4 billion year old rock from Mars, has captivated interest around the world. EOAS professor Dr. Munir Humayun led the team that documented Black Beauty’s age.

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