The summer research intern will assist with a variety of research projects concentrating on Arctic sea ice dynamics and permafrost remote sensing. Projects include soil moisture detection with Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) and detection and classification of nearshore sea ice. This position will involve a combination of office work and field work in Interior Alaska. The ideal candidate will have experience with GPR processing and field collection, remote sensing image processing with Python, and knowledge of database management.

Applications must be submitted via email to and include a resume and a short answer to the question:

  • What is your experience and/or interest in geophysical and remote sensing applications for environmental science?

All interested individuals are encouraged to apply.

Application deadline: 18 February 2024

For more information, contact:

Gary Larsen