EMPLOYMENT NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Earth Science Office The Earth Science Office at Marshall Space Flight Center in and a demonstrated ability to effectively translate between earth Huntsville, Alabama, is soliciting statements of interest for full- system science requirements for field and science applications time Ph.D. level civil service scientist positions for early- and and instrument calibration and imaging requirements. mid-career positions in the following areas: Climate Science We seek a scientist with expertise in dynamical modeling and Hydrologic Processes diagnostic analysis of water and energy f lux processes relevant We seek a scientist with expertise in performing basic and ap- to the climate system on regional to global scales and at intra- plied research that uses NASA remote sensing assets of precipi- seasonal to decadal time scales. The successful candidate will tation (e.g., GPM) or land surface (e.g., SMAP, derived MODIS demonstrate a strong background in combining satellite retriev- products, ASTER, Landsat) exclusively or in conjunction with als, reanalysis data, and global/regional modeling perspectives other domestic and international mission sensors for improv- in addressing connections between physical processes and in- ing hydrologic, streamf low, or land surface models. Expertise traseasonal to decadal climate variability. In particular, skill
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