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NASA Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology Summer Program

The Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology Summer Program provides students enrolled in undergraduate programs the opportunity to engage in Earth science and atmospheric physics research. Students are matched with a NASA Goddard Space Flight Center researcher and/or UMBC faculty member and work on a research project at the UMBC campus in Baltimore or at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Facility in Greenbelt, MD. All areas of Earth Sciences projects are available including: Hydrology, Vegetation and Ecosystem Monitoring, Tropical Precipitation & Storm Systems, Volcanic Hazards and Climate Impacts, Coastal Processes/Sea Level Rise, Global Climate Analysis and Modeling, Remote Sensing of Earth (atmospheric aerosols, clouds, land, sea, ice), Remote Sensing of Planetary Atmosphere, Space Geodesy, Geophysics, GPS, Orbits

The program is open to all US Citizens and students holding the appropriate visa. Students are required to present a poster.

$4000 Stipend, local housing, and the cost of roundtrip travel to Baltimore is provided. Application deadline: February 22, 2007

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