Monthly Archives: July 2012

A grad student’s perspective on a trip to Xinjiang, China

[by Giancarlo Sadoti] Tom and I recently returned from a week-long trip to Urumqi in the Xinjiang Province of China where we attended the International Symposium on Invasive Plants and Global Change. The meeting was organized by the Xinjiang Institute … Continue reading

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Seeking Postdoctoral Collaborator: Remote sensing, surface temperature modeling, and climate change ecology

I anticipate hiring a postdoctoral collaborator on NASA-funded research investigating temperature regimes, climate change, and ecological consequences in complex terrain using remote sensing, sensor networks, geospatial modeling, and climate modeling. Start date could be as early as this Fall or as … Continue reading

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