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Summer 2021 IBM Remote Sensing Research Intern

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Your Role and Responsibilities

IBM is seeking an intern to work on the analysis of remotely-sensed imagery as part of The Jefferson Project at Lake George, a collaborative research effort with Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and The FUND for Lake George. The project focuses on advances in environmental monitoring, management and prediction, especially related to water resources. Further information is available at . An important element of this work is understanding the formation and impact of harmful algal blooms (HABs). Current work has focused on in situ measurement and ecological modelling. The project team is beginning to explore the complementary role of remotely sensed data (e.g., from orbit) that can be calibrated with the on-going approach to precision in situ observations and coupled to predictive models to enable identification, characterization and prediction of HABs.
Salary Range
$76,000.00 - 127,000.00
per Year
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Savannah, GA 31401, US