Author: Remote Sensing Biodiversity

RSE call for papers of special issue on ‘Earth Observation for the Sustainable Development Goals’

This special issue in the journal Remote Sensing of Environment welcomes contributions that showcase the application of EO systems to support countries in target setting of the SDGs, including baseline determination, as well as tracking progress of implementation, and informing sustainable development planning and decision making. This includes, but is not limited to: applications of EO in support of sub-national, national and/or regional policy and practice to protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial and marine ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss, assessment of forest and above ground...

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Postdoc position on remote sensing and biodiversity

UW-Madison, SILVIS Lab is offering one postdoc position focused on remote sensing and biodiversity, as part of a new USGS-funded project. The project is a collaboration between UW-Madison (V. Radeloff, A. Pidgeon), and the Humboldt University in Berlin (P. Hostert). The goals of the project are to: a) derive a suite of new remote sensing indices relevant for biodiversity questions from Landsat satellite data, b) test these indices as predictors of bird biodiversity, as represented in the North American Breeding Bird Survey, and c) make predictive maps of bird biodiversity for the conterminous U.S. Positions: We are offering the...

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Short course on integrating environmental data into animal movement analysis

A short course on animal track annotation, visualization & analysis using Movebank and R is offered by Roland Kays at the Natural History Museum, North Carolina, US. This NSF funded workshop on using Movebank and the Env-DATA Track Annotation Service to analyze animal tracking data in combination with environmental data is intended for graduate students or other professionals interested in relating animal tracking data to data about the environment they are moving through. Agenda Items: 1 Movebank basics. 2 How to use Env-DATA to annotate animal tracks and simulated data. 3 How to visually explore movement data and covariates....

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ESA Call for Research Proposals 2018

The European Space Agency (ESA) invites everybody to participate to the Call for Research Proposals of the Living Planet Fellowship 2018. The main objective of this initiative is to support young researchers who have a doctoral degree and who would like to initiate a scientific career in the context of Earth Observation and Earth system science. With this call ESA plans to support up to 10 Post-Doctoral researchers (supported by ESA with a ceiling price of 99KEuro per 2-years under a co-funding scheme) to carry out a research project at a Host Institution in an eligible ESA Member State....

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Lecturer in Remote Sensing, University of St Andrews, Scotland

Lecturer in Remote Sensing, University of St Andrews, Scotland The School of Geography and Sustainable Development at the University of St Andrews is seeking to appoint a suitably-qualified person to a new lectureship in remote sensing, building on recent appointments in physical geography and on-going collaborations with the Scottish Oceans Institute. The person appointed will bring expertise in remote sensing methods and analysis to the School and should have demonstrated expertise in applying remote sensing to physical geography and/or related disciplines. Applicants with experience in using remote sensing in the fields of glaciology/cryospheric science, tropical ecology or ocean science...

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