PhD and MSc opportunities in remote sensing
The SAEON Fynbos and Ndlovu Nodes have developed a collaboration with researchers at SEEC and Rhodes University, and provincial conservation agencies to develop rapid and repeatable tools for monitoring and mitigating global change impacts on natural resources using open science and reproducible research principles. We seek suitably qualified and enthusiastic candidates to appoint to posts for one PhD and two MSc students in the following projects:
1. Developing repeatable methods for classification of alien and native vegetation in montane grasslands
2. Detection and mapping of invasive alien plants in the Western Cape Water Supply System (WCWSS)
3. Near-real time change detection in the Thicket Biome
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