The Woods Hole Research Center seeks a Postdoctoral Researcher or Research Associate/Assistant to focus on research projects in the area of active and passive remote sensing of forest structure using optical, lidar and radar data. Projects have an emphasis in Indonesia and Brazil, using optimal integration of field and multi-sensor image data sources, fusion for a range of large-area forest mapping, change detection, and biomass/carbon assessment. The successful candidate will work extensively with satellite and various other geospatial data sets, interacting with the principle investigators, engaged in a highly collaborative environment. This position requires an ability to work on multiple projects and adapt quickly, in order to meet deadlines for research reports, papers and presentations on a range of research topics. The position also offers the opportunity to participate in capacity building and training of government technical personnel.
Permanent/Part Time: One year, with the possibility of extension
Application deadline: May 30, 2012, or until filled
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