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The MAUPP project (Modelling and forecasting African Urban Population Patterns for vulnerability and health assessments) is a four-year research project (2014-2018) funded by the STEREO-III program of the Belgian Science Policy (BELSPO). A free conference and a workshop will be organized in Nairobi, Kenya, both to present and discuss the scientific results of the project and to demonstrate the potentialities of the developed datasets.
The Senior Programme Officer (Regional Coordinator, Science) will coordinate UN Environment’s regional science-related work; building strategic partnerships within the scientific community; and ensuring that UN Environment’s North America Office activities and priorities are well-coordinated with the Science Division and the Office of the Chief Scientist.
The SCIENCE FOR NATURE AND PEOPLE PARTNERSHIP (SNAPP) seeks a postdoctoral fellow to collaborate on a new, two-year project titled “Landscape-scale forest assessments to support zero-deforestation supply chains.” The fellow will work closely with GLP Members Dr. Robert Heilmayr and Dr. Kimberly Carlson.
The Department of Global Ecology at the Carnegie Institution for Science (CIS) is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate to contribute to a project funded by NASA that aims to leverage new theory and observations in land, atmosphere and space-based research to accurately partition global carbon fluxes between terrestrial ecosystems and the atmosphere at high spatial and temporal resolution.
Wageningen University is lookinig for an innovative and dynamic scholar to lead the Land Use Planning Chair Group (0.8 - 1.0 fte) at Wageningen University & Research.
The GLP working group on co-production held its fourth webinar, on co-designing sustainable land systems with spatial analysis and mapping tools in the field of land-system science, in December. View a recording of the full webinar, download copies of the presentations, and more.
The NASA Applied Remote Sensing Training Program (ARSET) is offering a free online training series to introduce participants to the use of satellite data for conservation and biodiversity applications. The series will highlight specific projects that have successfully used satellite data. Examples include monitoring chimpanzee habitat loss, decreasing whale mortality, detecting penguins, monitoring wildfires, and biodiversity observation networks.
This Tenure Track position at the University of Twente addresses the challenge of modelling, measuring and monitoring the resilience of food systems, especially in developing countries.
This position at the University of Twente will focus on developing spatial and temporal models for key EBVs, including Species Populations, Species Traits, Ecosystem Structure and Ecosystem Function, using remote sensing.