Participant recruitment: Predicting optimal forensic remote sensing and near-surface detection methods

Megan Quick is a PhD student at Liverpool John Moores University, her present research is “Predicting optimal forensic remote sensing and near-surface detection methods”. She is seeking expert surveyors who have experience and knowledge in remote sensing and near-surface detection methods who would be willing to provide their expert opinion and knowledge about the subject.

Please read the attached participant information sheet and if you are happy to participate could you contact Megan on m.i.quick [at] 2015.ljmu.ac.uk at your earliest convenience. Participation should take no longer than 1 hour, and the interview will be conducted at a mutually convenient time via skype or in person.

Megan would also be looking to conduct some operational research by observing experts in the field using detection methods in the search for buried targets. If this is something you would be interested in assisting her with, please contact Megan on m.i.quick [at] 2015.ljmu.ac.uk at your earliest convenience.

Please note, there is no obligation to participate. For more information or if you have any questions then please get in touch via the above email address.

This study has received full, unconditional ethical approval from Liverpool John Moores Research Ethics Committee – Ref 17/NSP/002 on 26th January 2017.

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