[unav_all] InSAR/remote-sensing job opportunity - New Zealand

John Beavan J.Beavan at gns.cri.nz
Mon Oct 16 19:56:41 MDT 2006

GNS Science is seeking a scientist to undertake research to 
understand surface deformation and surface change processes 
in New Zealand using interferometric radar and other 
techniques, and to develop remote sensing techniques for 
rapid assessment of surface change immediately following 
natural disasters. The successful candidate will provide 
scientific leadership in satellite and airborne remote 
sensing techniques.

The successful applicant will have a PhD in earth sciences 
in the field of remote sensing, geophysics or tectonic 
deformation, and preferably relevant post-doctoral 
experience in application of remote sensing techniques 
to measure surface deformation and change detection.

Closing date: 1 December 2006

See our website (www.gns.cri.nz) or contact Andrea McLiver 
(careers at gns.cri.nz) for further information. 

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