UNEP-WCMC is seeking a remote sensing scientist who will work within UNEP-WCMC’s Science Programme. The main purpose of the job is to provide remote sensing expertise, modelling and spatial analysis skills to support a range of projects and project development opportunities. Projects may focus on marine, freshwater and/or terrestrial environments, and may include the temporal or spatial analysis of biodiversity/ecosystem services data.

According to the job description, the scientist should have experience in developing, applying and understanding analyses of space and air-borne remote sensing data and modelling approaches. Further, experience with any of the following is essential: process based models/ecosystem models, model-data integration, mixed effects analyses, integrated assessment models, SSPs/RCPs, climate models, hydrological models, and ecosystem service models.

This is a permanent, full-time positionsalary £26,000 – £37,000 depending on experience. Closing date: 5th July 2020.

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