NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt Maryland, USA
Deadline: Aug 19, 2019
Must be United States Citizen
- collect and analyze field, airborne, and satellite remote sensing data to assess the role of environmental conditions on vegetation condition and function.
- Integrate remote sensing observations, laboratory studies, and theoretical models to understand vegetation physiology and identify new opportunities for the use of remote sensing for ecosystem studies.
- Use tools (including models of plant metabolism and radiative transfer) to better understand spectral properties of vegetation, and how these spectral properties relate to vegetation physiology, function, and composition.
- Integrates various study and analysis results into comprehensive technical briefings, reports, and technical papers.
- Publish study results in the peer reviewed literature.
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major study in engineering, physical science, mathematics, life sciences, computer science, or other field of science.