California Water Data Summit (Sept 7-8)
Join the California Water Data Consortium at the CA Water Data Summit on Sept. 7–8 at Stanford University. Tara Moran, Consortium CEO, will be moderating a panel on Tools and Science for Sustainable Groundwater Management.
Jumpstart Your Sustainability Plan (due Sept 8, Sept 12-14)
Jumpstart offers practical and effective steps for developing a sustainability strategy. This free mini-course offers research professionals, PIs of research and teaching-focused gateways, and project teams the perfect way to kick off sustainability planning, from new grants to mature projects. Apply by Sept 8 for the mini-course Sept 12-14.
Energy, Fire, and Changing Landscapes – Satellite Applications (Sept 21-22)
Join the two-day Energy, Fire, and a Changing Landscape: Satellite Applications in partnership with National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and Howard University, in Boulder, CO, running September 21-22.
Project Phoenix is a new community science project to study how wildfire smoke impacts birds in California. Open to birders of all levels of experience, volunteers help monitor birds by conducting weekly, ten-minute surveys of birds at a location of their choosing, beginning now through the end of October. Project Phoenix is a joint partnership between the UCLA La Kretz Center for California Conservation Science and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
Applications for the Philip Lee Phillips Society Fellowships (Sept 15)
Conduct research at the Library of Congress in the largest and most comprehensive cartographic collection in the world. The eight-week residency includes an $11,500 stipend with the possibility of an additional $2,000 honorarium for a lecture and publication. Apply by September 15.
2024 NCEAS Environmental Data Science Summit Application
The second Environmental Data Science (EDS) Summit takes place in Santa Barbara on Feb 6-7, 2024 to discuss communication and translation of environmental data to broad and diverse audiences. Applications to attend the EDS are now open and selected participants (about 100 people) will be notified this fall. There is funding to cover full travel for up to 60 individuals. Learn more through the UC Santa Barbara’s National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) website.