Spatial Thinking with GIS
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Spatial Thinking with Geographic Information Systems
This course applies spatial thinking (integrating spatial concepts, spatial representations, and spatial reasoning) using geographic information systems (computer systems for processing location-based data). Students will learn to frame and solve a sequence of applied problems with GIS across a wide range of topics, including environmental planning, biogeography and conservation biology, environmental justice, political geography, and urban geography. Fundamental concepts and methods of GIS will include raster and vector data structures and operations, geographic frameworks, error and uncertainty, and principles of cartographic design. (First semester first year students and second semester seniors by waiver) 3 hrs. lect./3 hrs. lab.
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ENVS 0120

All Sections in Fall 2017

Fall 2017

ENVS0120A-F17 Lecture (Howarth, Dreiss)
ENVS0120W-F17 Lab (Howarth)
ENVS0120X-F17 Lab (Howarth)
ENVS0120Y-F17 Lab (Dreiss, Howarth)
ENVS0120Z-F17 Lab (Dreiss, Howarth)