Research Associate Position in Polar Remote Sensing, Researching Sea Level Variations, Bristol Glaciology Centre, University of Bristol, UK
The primary aim of this project is to determine the factors influencing sea level rise, including glacio-isostatic adjustment, during the satellite era and eventually, for the 20th Century by combining a range of satellite and ground-based observations within a statistical inference model.
The major theme of the course is calibration and validation of ocean color remote sensing.
The 2017 International Ocean Colour Science meeting (IOCS-2017) will take place from 15-18 May 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal. Two training courses are offered following the meeting (Friday 19 May 2017) and will run concurrently: i) the Copernicus marine data stream and ii) SeaDAS updates and future directions.
The SCAR Visiting Professor Scheme is designed to encourage the active involvement of scientists and academics in Antarctic research, and to strengthen international capacity and cooperation in Antarctic research.
Deadline for applications: 31 May 2017. More Information