TENURE TRACK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR POSITION (FACULTY) Lehigh University invites applications for a tenure track position in earth and environmental sciences at the assistant professor level.
The Neoproterozoic, an interval extending from about 1000 to 540 millions years ago, saw profound changes that set the stage for our modern planet Earth. The time span saw the extreme global
Subduction Top to Bottom 2 (ST2B-2) Taking Shape in GEOSPHERE Subduction zones are where lithosphere is recycled into Earth’s mantle along ~55,000 km length of convergent plate margins (at
Hydrothermal vents at the sea floor offer clues to the origins of life on earth, and beyond. Before life on earth, what was there? To be alive is to ponder that question and, perhaps, its natural
Armed with GPS-enabled iPads and infrared surface temperature thermometers, students in an urban high school in Pennsylvania fan out on their school property to take temperature readings of grass,
River systems support industry, agriculture, and the infrastructure that helps drive modern society. The world’s regional climates are influenced by water, and local responses to climate change are
The Earth’s climate has changed throughout history. Most of these changes are attributed to very small variations in Earth’s orbit that change the amount of solar energy our planet receives. Yet,
Geologist David Anastasio, together with a team of Lehigh students, traveled last fall to northern Spain to examine rock formations as part of an effort to better understand the time-based variation

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