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.┬áStart date could be as early as this Fall or as … Continue reading

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