Application deadline: June 30, 2021
Where: VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT Amsterdam
These vacancies are part of a prestigious Consolidator project funded by the European Research Council (ERC). FireIce is an interdisciplinary project combining field, remote sensing and modelling approaches to study feedbacks between climate warming and fires in the northern high latitudes.
Contact: Sander Veraverbeke: email@example.com
– PhD and publication records in Ecology, Agriculture, Environmental Science, or in a related field
– Expertise in biodiversity indicators, and supporting and regulating ecosystem services
– Expertise spatial analysis (GIS) and in statistical analysis
Starting: 1st June 2021 or per arrangement
Application deadline: 8 April 2021
Please see attached document for more information.
Evapotranspiration (ET) is a crucial component of urban greening initiatives of cities worldwide aimed at mitigating urban heat island effect. However, ET estimation methods in urban areas have so far been limited. The research will focus on heat and vapor fluxes at the soil-vegetation-atmosphere interface. The main objective is to model and to understand the spatial and temporal patterns of ET in urban areas on different scales. Observations will be obtained using drone and satellite based remote sensing, in-situ sensors, and sampling. The effect of different climate scenarios and urban greening strategies on water demand and cooling effects will be investigated by using AI and SCOPE model. The project is part of the DFG Research Training Group Urban Water Interfaces
Venue: Technische Universität Berlin, Geoinformation in Environmental Planning Lab, Berlin, Germany
Application deadline: 01.03.2021
Where: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Plant Sensing Lab and Dryland Tree and Ecosystem Ecology Lab
Contact: prof. José Grünzweig: firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Ittai Herrmann: email@example.com
As part of the EnMAP team you will be responsible for planning and conducting field campaigns in geological study sites and for the further development of software for mineralogical mapping and validation based on imaging spectroscopy data from EnMAP and other satellite missions as well as from airborne campaigns.
Organise and implement field campaigns and collect in-situ data on EnMAP scale in study sites in Greece, Spain and Germany further develop and validate software tools for mineralogical mapping as part of the EnMAP-Box based on PRISMA satellite and airborne imaging spectroscopy data validate the developed tools with EnMAP data after the satellite launch present and publish results at conferences and in international journals
Where: Helmholtz Centre Potsdam (GFZ) German Research Centre for Geosciences, Section 1.4 Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics
Application deadline: 31st January 2021