Location: Flexible - Cambridge preferred, Scotland Headquarters (Edinburgh) considered

We are looking for a conservation scientist to work on a collaborative project to estimate the emissions-reduction potential of a proposed biodiversity restoration goal and the biodiversity consequences of contrasting nature-based climate solutions. Experience in processing large volumes of spatial data is essential, including the use of GIS, whether ArcMap and Python, or R. A demonstrated ability to use Google Earth Engine using JavaScript is also needed. You must have an attention to detail, and be a quick learner. You will be the lead analyst on the project, responsible for spatial data analysis, day to day running of the project, and leading on production of manuscr

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