Saturday, February 11, 2012

job: University of New Hampshire

The Earth Systems Research Center, University of New Hampshire (UNH) has an opening for a PhD student position in Remote Sensing and Coupled Natural and Human Systems starting in August 2012 (or as early as May 2012). This position carries a stipend of $23K/yr plus tuition and medical insurance. The PhD student will be responsible for the detection and monitoring of land-cover/land-use change (LCLUC) using satellite data (e.g., Landsat) and the linking of LCLUC data with physical (e.g., ecological, climate, hydrological) and socioeconomic data for the assessment of coupled natural and human systems. The successful candidate will join an interdisciplinary research team at the Earth Systems Research Center (http://www.csrc.sr.unh.edu/), Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space (EOS; http://www.eos.sr.unh.edu) at UNH, and will also have opportunities to work with collaborators at other institutions. Applicants should be enthusiastic, creative, and highly motivated. Experience in remote sensing, particularly image classification and LCLUC detection, is highly desirable.

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