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We have 67 earth observation PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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High Resolution Thermal Imaging Data for Earth Observation Research and Services

Project Highlights. Develop new algorithm approaches to transform thermal satellite remote sensing. Confront the challenge of big data to explore changes in the temperature and composition of the Earth’s surface. Read more

Characterising Cyclone Damage Using Earth Observation Data

The damage resulting from natural disaster, and the resulting displacement of people is conventionally very difficult to quantify until surveys by experts on the ground are complete, an exercise which can take several months. Read more

Greenness versus greyness: greenspaces in and around cities for hazard mitigation and resilience - SENSE CDT

The overarching aim of this proposal is to increase our resilience to geo- and climatic hazards by assessing the current state and identifying the future potential of greenspaces in and around cities in the Global South to better inform future urban expansion. Read more

Observations of forest carbon / ecosystem services trade-offs in the UK

Project Highlights. Satellite imagery will be used to map forest biomass stocks in the United Kingdom. Using remotely sensed data and models to monitor the status of ecosystem services such as habitat quality, recreation, timber production, biodiversity, scenic beauty, water supply and carbon storage. Read more

Investigating the determinants of woody vegetation encroachment in African drylands

Project Rationale. The African drylands is inhabited by close to 270 million people whose main source of livelihood is subsistence pastoral livestock grazing, which rely on the availability of good quality pasture. Read more

Seeing the Northern Lights at the equator? Predicting the next reversal of Earth’s magnetic field

The geomagnetic field is a fundamental part of planet Earth, existing for at least 3.5 billion years. Yet far from being a constant, the field is very dynamic, exhibiting slow fluctuations and wandering magnetic poles which occasionally fully reverse in polarity. Read more

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