Natural Environment Research Council

Deadline: 14/12/2001
September 29, 2003

In 1999, NERC introduced a new programme in support of Earth observation. An important component of the new programme is the maintenance and further development of centres of excellence for the pursuit of Earth observation in support of environmental science.

Successful centres must build on the existing strengths in the NERC science community, maintain and enhance connections to the wider community, particularly in the mathematical and physical sciences, provide skills for the detailed understanding of measurement errors and provide support for specialist instrument teams.

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Contact: Stephanie Henson
Telephone: 01793 411781

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