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GEOG1002

Environmental Remote Sensing

Environmental Remote Sensing
Remotely sensed imagery is increasingly important in natural resource planning and management. It has become essential in such applications as land cover change analysis, weather prediction, mineral exploration, and wildlife tracking. In this course it will be our goal to develop a critical understanding of key concepts and techniques in remote sensing for applications in geographical and environmental studies. We will first cover the history of remote sensing and the uses of aerial photography. We will then turn to computer-based satellite image interpretation and analysis. The course is approximately 1/3 lecture and 2/3 lab. (GEOG 0320)
Subject:
Geography
Department:
Geography
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
DED WTR

Sections

Winter 2011

GEOG1002A-W11 Lecture (Hegman)

Winter 2010

GEOG1002A-W10 Lecture (Hegman)

Winter 2007

GEOG1002A-W07 Lecture (Hegman, Horning)