GEOL 0222

Remote Sensing in Geoscience

Remote Sensing in Environmental Science
In this course we will discuss fundamentals of air- and space-based remote sensing applied to geological and environmental problems. The core goal is to understand how different wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation interact with Earth's surface, and how images collected in these different wavelengths can be used to address questions in the Earth sciences. Lectures will present theory and basics of data collection as well as applications in hydrology, vegetation analysis, glaciology, tectonics, meteorology, oceanography, planetary exploration, and resource exploration. Labs will focus on commonly-used imagery and software to learn techniques for digital image processing, analysis and interpretation in Earth science. (A geology course or by waiver) 3 hrs. lect., 3 hrs lab
Natural Sciences
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Fall 2018

GEOL0222A-F18 Lecture (Amidon)
GEOL0222Z-F18 Lab (Amidon)

Spring 2017

GEOL0222A-S17 Lecture (Amidon)
GEOL0222Z-S17 Lab (Amidon)

Spring 2016

GEOL0222A-S16 Lecture (Amidon)
GEOL0222Z-S16 Lab (Amidon)

Spring 2014

GEOL0222A-S14 Lecture (Amidon)
GEOL0222Z-S14 Lab (Amidon)

Spring 2013

GEOL0222A-S13 Lecture (Amidon)
GEOL0222Z-S13 Lab (Amidon)

Spring 2011

GEOL0222A-S11 Lecture (Amidon)
GEOL0222Z-S11 Lab (Amidon)