Remote Sensing of the Environment

Geo 324v



This course presents the technical and methodological skills needed to interpret various types of aerial images as a source of information in a variety of applications, including geography, forestry, urban planning, recreation management, crop and soil science, among many others. Lab exercises utilize an extensive set of digital aerial images displaying a wide variety of environments (urban, rural, residential, agricultural, et cetera) where students can practice the interpretation skills discussed in the online lessons and apply them to decision-making scenarios across a variety of disciplines.

Offered: At least one section of Remote Sensing of the Environment is offered once a year, mostly during the spring semester. See the Schedule of Courses for course availability.

Course Description: via Registrar

Course Authors(s): David P. Lusch, Ph.D., GISP; Bob Goodwin, M.A., GISP; Grant Gunn, Ph.D.; Erin Bunting, Ph.D.

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