UW Remote Sensing & Geospatial Analysis Laboratory
The Research Laboratory of Dr. L. M. Moskal at the University of Washington
 
   
 
Understanding high spatiotemporal resolution multidimensional ecosystem process, function, monitoring and applications through geospatial techniques
 
 

UW

Currently, there are no open positions in RSGAL. However, inquiries are welcomed from perspective students who meet the criteria below.

APPLYING FOR GRADUATE SCHOOL SFR-UW (RSGAL)

To pursue a graduate degree or post-doctoral research with RSGAL, contact, you will also need to submit a formal application to the UW-SFR graduate program.

RSGAL application evaluation begins in the Summer to Fall each year. However, University of Washington graduate school application deadlines are:

  • International: early November
  • Domestic: late December

Notifications of acceptance are sent in the Spring & graduate programs begins in September.

 
REMOTELY SENSED DATA LINKS
UW Libraries Aerial Photographs
King County GIS Orthophotography
WA Imagery Portal
WAGDA - Washington State Geospatial Data Archive
RTI - Rural Technology Initiative
Pack Forest GIS data
ESS - PRISM Spatial Data Servers
USGS EarthExplorer (not all data is free)
USGS Seamless Data Source - free geospatial data sets, DOQQ, DEMs, national & global
USGS National Map Viewer - similar to above
USGS LiDAR - find & download free LiDAR data
Puget Sound LiDAR Consortium - same as above but for Puget Sound
Old USGS Global Visualization Viewer

New USGS Search Map WIST linked

Global Land Cover Facility (GLCF)
USDA Geospatial Data Gateway

NASA WIST Data Search

Phenology Data for USA
AVHRR Data

 

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RSGAL strives to provide students with an opportunity to develop their independent critical thinking skills & research ideas in the areas of multiscale dynamics of landscape change through the application of remote sensing & GIS.

The qualities we seek in a RSGAL team member

    • Sincere dedication to your research
    • Aptitude for problem solving
    • Self-motivation
    • Independent critical thinking
    • Collaborative spirit

You are encouraged to contact students & alumni of RSGAL to learn first-hand perspectives what you can expect from RSGAL & vise versa. If you would like to schedule a visit please contact Dr. Moskal.

RSGAL ESRM UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH CAPSTONE
To discuss an internship or capstone project make an appointment with Dr. Moskal All RSGAL undergraduate interns are expected to present the project they are working on at the Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium.
 
GRADUATE STUDENT FUNDING OPPERTUNITIES
POST-DOC OPPERTUNITIES
GOOD ADVICE FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
ACADEMIC AND GEOSPATIAL JOBS
 
 
University of Washington, College of the Environment, School of Forest Resources  
Anderson Hall 302, Box 352100
Fax: 206.685.0790
Seattle, WA 98195-2100  
email: rsgal at uw.edu