Detail-oriented students interested in GIS data exploration, analysis, and documentation can apply by September 24.
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New high-resolution population data will help us understand better how people are distributed in many countries throughout the world—as part of Facebook’s goal to connect people everywhere to the Internet.
This year’s Open House attracted more than 3,000 visitors and, just like research at Lamont, covered a vast range of subjects and regions, from under the sea to the surface of the moon.
An index created by a student would measure how well cities are encouraging bicycling through infrastructure, safety, and clean air.
Intern Dorothee Grant is using daytime and nighttime lights satellite data to help map urban areas at large spatial scales.
This installment takes you into the world of population modeling at CIESIN, where data rules supreme.
A variety of undergraduate, graduate and PhD positions are available in various departments and research centers. Apply by April 14, 2019.
High-resolution data on impervious surfaces and urban extents can shed new light on patterns of urban and rural development.
On every continent and every ocean, Earth Institute researchers are studying climate, geology, natural hazards and other dynamics of the planet. Here is a list of projects in rough chronological order for the coming year and beyond.
Every year, CIESIN’s Joe Schumacher sets up an elaborate parade of figurines in the Geosciences lobby to brighten spirits during the holidays.