[unav_all] Remote-sensing/geodetic position available in New Zealand

John Beavan J.Beavan at gns.cri.nz
Tue Jan 17 16:15:01 MST 2006


GNS is seeking a scientist to undertake research into volcanic, 
tectonic and other surface change processes using remote-sensing 
and geodetic techniques. 

We are looking for someone to (1) provide scientific leadership 
in satellite and airborne remote sensing techniques and 
applications including delivery of appropriately derived 
information during a natural hazard emergency, and (2) to 
participate in the interpretation of geodetic and remote 
sensing data from volcanic and other regions.

The successful applicant will have a PhD in remote-sensing, 
geodesy, or geophysics, and experience in satellite and/or 
airborne remote sensing techniques.  Experience in one or 
more of the following areas would be an advantage: modelling 
and interpretation of volcano deformation; processing, use 
and interpretation of GPS data; GIS; finite-element methods. 
Relevant post-PhD experience could be an advantage. 
 
Closing date for applications: 8th February 2006
 
Additional information is available at:
www.gns.cri.nz/news/vacancies/remote_sensing_geodetic.html

For technical questions on the position please contact John
Beavan (j.beavan at gns.cri.nz).  For other questions please
contact careers at gns.cri.nz. 

For information on GNS see www.gns.cri.nz and www.geonet.org.nz 
 


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