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Remote Sensing Ph.D. position at UNB

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The thesis objective is to explore the potential of a variety of satellite images as forest fuel moisture mapping tool over Canadian boreal forests or for mapping crop drought over Canadian Prairies. The images tested in the thesis will be NOAA-AVHRR, MODIS, RADARSAT-1 and RADARSAT-2. One of the thesis objectives will be to build an analytical model to estimate evapotranspiration from these satellite data.

The ideal candidate should be highly motivated and should have a good background in image processing and in remote sensing physics.

The thesis should begin as soon as possible.

The interested students should email a letter of motivation, their curriculum vitae (including their list of publications), transcripts and arrange to have three letters of reference sent to

Prof. Dr. Brigitte Leblon
U. New Brunswick
Faculty of Forestry
28 Dinneen
Fredericton (NB)
E3B 6C2

Email: bleblon@unb.ca

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