[unav_all] InSAR Applications in Tectonics and Ground Deformation - Research Position at GNS Science, New Zealand

John Beavan J.Beavan at gns.cri.nz
Tue Jun 12 23:09:41 MDT 2012

GNS Science has a permanent position available for a scientist who will 
provide leadership in the application and development of InSAR and related 
remote-sensing techniques for tectonic, volcanological, localised 
ground-movement (e.g. landslide, geothermal), natural hazards, and 
disaster monitoring research. 

We are looking to hire at the level of a recent PhD or post-doc. 
Experience with advanced differential InSAR processing package(s) and 
InSAR time series techniques is required. In addition, experience with GIS 
and remote-sensing packages (e.g. ArcGIS, ENVI, ERDAS Imagine) and 
sub-pixel correlation software (e.g. COSI-Corr) will be an advantage. 

The appointee will work in a cross-disciplinary way with researchers in 
tectonics, geodesy, volcanology, active faulting, seismology, landslides, 
remote sensing and numerical modelling. 

More information is available at:  

Please send in applications by 15 July 2012. 

Dr John Beavan, GNS Science - Te Pu Ao, 
1 Fairway Drive, PO Box 30368, Lower Hutt, New Zealand
Tel: +64 4 570 4641  Fax: +64 4 570 1440  Mob: 027 221 8861
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