Author: Remote Sensing Biodiversity

PhD on evaluating the coastal protection services of coastal ecosystems in Southeastern Australia

PhD position to study the coastal protection services provided by coastal ecosystems in south eastern Australia This project will: 1) employ field techniques to estimate and monitor wave and erosion reduction through vegetated coastal ecosystems, and 2) incorporate remote sensing and land use data to quantify and map the avoided erosion and storm surge reduction services of these ecosystems in south eastern Australia. This project will provide key information for industry project partners and coastal zone managers in coastal risk assessment and management in south eastern Australia. The project will have both heavy field and desk-based (remote sensing) components,...

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Summer School on Animal Movement and Remote Sensing 2018

Animal Movement Analysis summer school is offered as a two-week professional training course, that targets students, researchers and conservation practitioners that have collected animal relocation data and want to learn how to analyze these data. Course participants will have the opportunity to apply learned techniques to their own data during the course. Animal movement is critical for maintenance of ecosystem services and biodiversity. The study of complex movement patterns and of the factors that control such patterns is essential to inform conservation research and environmental management. Technological advances have greatly increased our ability to track, study, and manage animal...

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Summer School on SAR – July 2018

One of Europe’s most renowned radar institutes Fraunhofer FHR organizes again their International Summer School on Radar / SAR in July 2018. They offer the unique opportunity to gain an in-depth education on radar and synthetic aperture radar (SAR) techniques by distinguished international lecturers. The programme covers a wide range from radar fundamentals over state-of-the-art Radar/SAR systems to sophisticated radar signal processing techniques and their applications in remote sensing. The courses (45 students) are accompanied by workshops, which will manifest the just learned theory, excursions as well as cultural and social events, introducing you to UNESCO’s World Heritage, the...

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PostDoc position quantitative ecologist on spatial analyses

The Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW) in the Forschungsverbund Berlin e. V. (www.izw-berlin.de) together with the Freie Universität Berlin, the Technical University of Berlin, the University of Potsdam, and the other partners in the Berlin-Brandenburg Institute for Advanced Biodiversity Research (BBIB, www.bbib.org) have formed a consortium to implement a major new interdisciplinary research initiative, the “Bridging in Biodiversity Science” (http://www.bbib.org/bridging-in-biodiversity-science.html) project funded by the Federal Ministry of Research and Education (BMBF). Within the work package “Rural-urban coupling”, the IZW, together with its partner, the Technical University Berlin (TUB), seek to fill the following position: 1 ecological...

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PostDoc: biodiversity and earth observation

A postdoc position for 3 years is available in the Biogeography and Macroecology (BIOMAC) lab at the University of Amsterdam. They are looking for a candidate with exceptionally strong quantitative skills in computer modelling, analysis of large biodiversity datasets, and/or solid experience in handling Earth observation and remote sensing data. Background in species distribution modelling, ecological network analysis, functional trait analysis and/or spatial ecological statistics is advantageous. The deadline for application is December 10th 2017. More information is found on the following link:...

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