Whiting School of Engineering. Jump to: About Education Ph.D. 2011, University of Illinois M.S. 2007, University of Illinois B.A. 2003, University of Western Australia Other Bachelor's Degree (B.Eng.) 2003, University of Western Australia Research Areas.
Eleaf - feed the world. TU Delft: Bastiaanssen, W.G.M. Prof.
Dr. Wim G.M. Bastiaanssen is a Professor at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences at the Delft University of Technology in the topic Water Resources Management and Remote Sensing on a part time basis since 2007. National Snow and Ice Data Center. Scientists from around the world use data housed at NSIDC to support their research.
Some of these scientists work here at NSIDC (see list below), providing both context and input concerning our data management activities. NSIDC also works with a network of affiliated scientists. Through their research, our scientists help further understanding of the many changes that our planet is undergoing. National Great Rivers Research and Education Center. EOWAVE - Earth Observation of Water and Vegetation: Job opportunity for PhD-student, TU Wien. The Remote Sensing Research Group at the Department of Geodesy of the Vienna University of Technology invites applications for a PhD-student in Earth Observation of Water and Vegetation The candidate will work within the EO-WAVE project ( which aims at improving our understanding of the role of soil moisture in driving global vegetation and carbon cycle dynamics.
The project will use novel long-term remote sensing datasets of the water cycle, land, atmosphere, climate, and vegetation to 1) assess the impacts of climate change on the global water cycle and 2) quantify the effects of changes in the global water cycle, in particular changes in drought occurrence and severity, on vegetation and carbon sequestration. This new knowledge will be used to benchmark and improve ecohydrological processes in state-of-the-art Dynamic Global Vegetation and Earth System Models in cooperation with international land surface modelling groups.
Qualifications: What we offer: How to apply: Multi-Scale Land Surface Hydrology @ Washington State University. Research Interests Catchment hydrology, with a focus on hydrological modeling and hydrological similarity.
Climate change impacts on water resources. Education. Terrestrial Hydrology Research Group @ Princeton University. Our research for this falls under several projects: Developing consistent Earth System Data Records for the global terrestrial water cycleDevelopment and diagnostic analysis of a multi-decadal global evaporation product for NEWSEstablishing a Global Soil Moisture Earth System Data Record Developing consistent Earth System Data Records for the global terrestrial water cycle We are developing consistent, long-term Earth System Data Records (ESDRs) for the major components (storages and fluxes) of the terrestrial water cycle at a spatial resolution of 0.5 degrees (lat-long) and for the period 1950 to near-present.
The resulting ESDRs are intended to provide a consistent basis for estimating the mean state and variability of the land surface water cycle at the spatial scale of the major global river basins. This project is in conjunction with Dr. Geology, Geoscience and Earth Science Departments, Societies, Professional Bodies Courses and Jobs for Undergraduates, Graduates and Postgraduates and Faculty. Jobs in Hydrology : Water : Earthworks : Hydrological modelling and data assimilation - Snow Model Development - Saskatoon, SK, Canada - University of Saskatchewan. The Global Institute for Water Security (GIWS) at the University of Saskatchewan (UofS) is leading Canada's Changing Cold Regions Network (CCRN).
CCRN aims to understand, diagnose and predict interactions amongst the cryospheric, ecological, hydrological and climate components of the changing Earth system at multiple scales. With a focus on Western Canada's rapidly changing cold interior, this major initiative links 8 Canadian universities, 4 government agencies and 15 international academic collaborators. Job Details. Research Specialist I (School of Engineering & Technology) Field of study Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systmes Field of Study Remark:
Bodo Bookhagen - UCSB Geography. View from the upper Baspa Valley towards the east (NW Himalaya, India) Earth Surface Processes This is my third year at UCSB and I'm thrilled to initiate a new geomorphology program within the Geography Department.
I'm applying a combination of remote sensing, field, laboratory, and numerical methods to understand and quantify climatic and geomorphic processes. More specifically, I rely on optical, active and passive radar satellite imagery to quantify climatic parameters (precipitation, snowcover) and I identify their variability through time. In the field, I identify geomorphic processes and determine some of their rates in the laboratory through cosmogenic nuclide (10Be, 21Ne, 26Al, 36Cl) measurements. I am currently looking for graduate students - please email if you are interested in working with me. New: I have completed processing a nearly global, 12-year TRMM 2B31 rainfall timeseries. Careers. Hydrology Research. SEI at a glance. SEI is an independent international research institute.
We have been engaged in environment and development issues at local, national, regional and global policy levels for more than 25 years. SEI was formally established in 1989 by the Swedish Government and celebrated its 25th anniversary in October 2014. Our goal is to bring about change for sustainable development by bridging science and policy. We do this by providing integrated analysis that supports decision-makers. The institute has built a reputation for rigorous and objective scientific analysis in the field of environment and development. Our vision A sustainable, prosperous future for all. DHI Worldwide. About us « FutureWater. Deltares - Enabling Delta Life. Department of Hydrology and Water Resources. Staff Profile. Golam Rasul, Theme Leader, Livelihoods Abid Hussain, Food Security Economist. Water Institute. Terrestrial Hydrology Research Group @ Princeton University.
Stanford University: Hydrogeology and Water Resources Program. Mountain Hydrology Group. Alumna Danielle Perrot Begins Position at the City of Greeley Water Dept. September 15, 2014. Congratulations to Danielle Perrot who is now a Water Resource Analyst at the City of Greeley Water and Sewer Department in Greeley, Colorado. She will be using biogeochemistry to do decreed water accounting which is required for the administration of our water supply here in Colorado. Adrian Harpold Accepts Professorship at U of Nevada, Reno September 15, 2014. Taylor Winchell Joins the Mountain Hydrology Group August 13, 2014. Keith Jennings Joins the Mountain Hydrology Group August 13, 2014. Dominik Schneider Wins 3 Year NASA Fellowship May 28, 2014. Brooke Stamper Joins the Mountain Hydrology Group February 3, 2014. Study Finds Climate Link to Atmospheric-River Storms.