I am a recent graduate of Cornell University (Spring, 2007) with a B.A. in Science of Earth Systems, concentrating in Ocean Sciences. I have
extensive experience with satellite remote sensing including:
* Experience with SeaDAS and batch processing SeaWiFS and MODIS-Aqua data.
* Experience with IDL programming and the analysis of Level 3 satellite-derived products including chlorophyll, sst, wind, and altimetry data.
* During my junior and senior years I conducted research on multiple projects, including an honors thesis, using satellite remote sensing.
* In 2005 I took the course Satellite Remote Sensing in Biological Oceanography (http://www.geo.cornell.edu/ocean/satellite/index.html
) taught by Dr. Bruce Monger at Cornell University. In 2006 and 2007 I helped teach the computer lab component of the course, as well as create and edit course documents.
I would like to become involved with projects that will utilize my broad background in environmental science, as well as my experience with
satellite remote sensing. My future plans include graduate school, but I am currently taking some time off while I reflect on my long-term career
goals and options. As a result, I am willing to commit to projects of up to two years in length.
*****Depending on your needs, I can either fill a position at your home institution, or work remotely on individual projects.*****
If you are conducting research that would benefit with the addition of satellite remote sensing please contact Mike Brown at email@example.com
for more information. References and resume are available upon request.