Postdoc Position at Saint Louis University

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in Remote Sensing and Earth System Modeling

The Center for Sustainability seeks a postdoctoral research fellow with expertise in remote sensing and earth system modeling whose experience and career goals connect to themes broadly defined as climate change and food security, drought and agricultural productivity. The position is anticipated to be a two year appointment. The individual selected should have strong technical remote sensing and modeling skills and the ability to bridge modeling and remote sensing to study climate change effects (drought, ozone) on Midwestern United States agriculture. The fellow is expected to have a strong desire and ability for publication and funded research proposal submission. The fellow will work on the Missouri Transect project with a team of trans-disciplinary researchers whose research overlaps in the areas of climate change, agricultural productivity, hyperspectral remote sensing, and/or regional water quality. Responsibilities include conducting remote sensing research, submit research proposals, and publish research results.

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