Iron Snow in Planetary Cores
Dr C Davies, Dr A Walker
7 January 2019
Planetary magnetic fields exhibit remarkable variability in their intensity and spatio-temporal properties. These fields are generated in metallic cores and thus provide a unique probe into the dynamics and evolution of planetary interiors.
Linking impacts of climate change on snow and water resources
Dr J Larsen
21 January 2019
Rising temperatures are having impacts on many natural environmental systems around the world. High latitude and high elevation areas of the earth are experiencing particularly rapid temperature increases, resulting in changes in vegetation, carbon cycling, and many other ecosystem functions.
Spatial capture-recapture methods for snow leopards
Prof D Borchers, Dr R Glennie, Dr K Sharma
Applications accepted all year round
We do not know how many snow leopards are left in the world. Snow leopard range country governments and scientists have launched an ambitious initiative to develop a robust assessment of the global snow leopard population within the next five years, and monitoring efforts will continue after that.
PhD student in Electronics, Metrology and Multispectral Image Analysis
Dr B Thörnberg
31 December 2018
Mid Sweden University, the department of Electronic Design and the research centre STC (Sensible Things that Communicate, www.miun.se/stc) announces an open position for a PhD student in the MiLo project – Environment in the control loop.