A MS graduate assistantship in lidar remote sensing and geospatial analysis for assessing forest biophysical parameters, is available beginning Spring 2021, with Dr. Lana Narine in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University. Dr. Narine’s research focuses on remote sensing applications in natural resources and forestry, including the use of lidar data from airborne and spaceborne platforms, to characterize forest ecosystems.
- B.S. in forestry, ecology, geography, natural resources or closely related fields
-Strong communication skills in oral and written English
- Coursework in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and/or remote sensing
Interested individuals should contact Dr. Lana Narine at email@example.com. Please state “Graduate Student Position” in the email subject line and include: (i) your research interests/desired research projects, (ii) your motivation for going to graduate school, (iii) GRE and/or TOFEL scores and attach your CV. Review of applicants will begin immediately.
Candidates should be able to start as early as Spring 2021 or soon thereafter.