Please pass this job advertisement to your colleagues.
The Environmental Sciences Department of the Natural Resources Institute,
University of Greenwich (UK), is seeking a research student to assist the
investigation and development of approaches using remote sensing data and
GIS tools for the identification and monitoring of habitat and habitat
changes linked to various disease (human or animal) vectors and/or pests,
for forecasting and applications in the developing world.
The successful candidate is likely to have experience (but not
necessarily main background) in remote sensing and time series analysis,
and to have strong interest in real applications. He/she will be an
innovative and enthusiastic researcher, motivated by the challenge of
working as part of an interdisciplinary research team.
The studentship will be effective as soon as an appropriate candidate is
found, and for a period of 3 years. The grant is tax free 7,000 British
Please send a letter of motivation and CV including 2 professional
references, by 23 December 1997 to
Dr. Stephane Flasse
Environmental Sciences Department
Natural Resources Institute
Kent ME4 4TB
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