[unav_all] Seismologist - GNS Science, New Zealand

Rob McCaffrey mccafr at rpi.edu
Thu Jun 21 04:05:46 MDT 2007


Seismologist - GNS Science, New Zealand

GNS Science in New Zealand is looking for someone to undertake
seismological research using the New Zealand GeoNet Project
( http://www.geonet.org.nz ) earthquake data to improve knowledge of New
Zealand's 3D crustal structure and spatial and temporal distribution of
seismicity. The research will contribute to the understanding of New
Zealand tectonics and will be used for seismic hazard assessment
projects as appropriate. 

To be successful you will have: 

- A PhD in seismology
- Experience in using modern earthquake relocation methods
- Experience in using tomographic techniques to improve models of
crustal structure
- Experience in modelling stress interactions between earthquakes
- Extensive experience in computer programming (preferably also in
parallel computing).

Further information on GNS Science, this position and an application
form can be obtained from our website ( http://www.gns.cri.nz/ ) or by
phoning or emailing Andrea McLiver, Human Resources ( +64-4-570 4759; 
a.mcliver at gns.cri.nz ). Please forward a covering letter, CV and 
completed application form to Human Resources or email
careers at gns.cri.nz 

Closing date: 3 July 2007.

GNS Science, Te Pu-Ao, is a Crown Research Institute. Our core purpose
is to understand earth systems and physics-based technologies and to
transform this knowledge into economic and social benefits for New
Zealand.

 
GNS Science
PO Box 30 368
Lower Hutt,New Zealand
Phone: +64-04-570-1444
Fax: +64-04-570-4748
www.gns.cri.nz/careers


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