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Undergraduate
  • Advanced GIS in Urban and Regional Planning
    (URPN 326) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. Advanced instruction in applications of spatial tools for urban planning, landscape architecture, land development, hazard management, and related problems; GIS applications through review of literature and practice; data quality, uncertainty, the integration of GPS, remote sensing and information technology within the context of urban and regional planning. Prerequisite: URPN 325 or approval of instructor, department majors only.

  • Introduction to GIS in Urban and Regional Planning
    (URPN 325) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 3 Lab Hours. Provides an understanding of GIS fundamentals; basic concepts, principles and functions; essential skills for applying GIS in various fields such as urban planning, landscape architecture, land development, environmental studies, transportation and hazard management; based on learning through class projects. Prerequisite: Upper division College of Architecture; department majors only or approval of instructor.

  • WebGIS
    (GEOG 478) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Investigation of web-based geographic information systems; introduction to server-oriented architectures for web-based applications and services; development of web applications; management of web servers, web services and databases. Prerequisites: GEOG 390 or equivalent, or approval of instructor; junior or senior classification.

  • Terrain Analysis and Mapping
    (GEOG 477) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Geomorphometry for land surface characterization; fundamentals of terrain analysis; theory of land surface dynamics; application of software for digital terrain modeling and analysis. Prerequisites: GEOG 361 and GEOG 390 or equivalents, or approval of instructor; junior or senior classification.

  • GIS Practicum
    (GEOG 476) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Other Hours. Introduction to current topics in Geographic Information Science including ethical and legal issues surrounding spatial technologies, proper GIS management practices and professional certification; development of professional research, technical and communication skills through participation in a coordinated internship or independent research project. Meets writing-intensive course requirements for environmental geosciences, environmental studies and geography majors. Prerequisites: Senior classification and enrollment in Geographic Information Science and Technology or approval of instructor.

  • Advanced Topics in GIS (Geographic Information Systems)
    (GEOG 475) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Advanced Topics in Geographic Information Systems. Topics related to GIS implementation, spatial database design, spatial data analysis, and various advanced GIS applications. Prerequisite: GEOG 390 or equivalent.

  • Digital Image Processing in the Geosciences
    (GEOG 461) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Key remote-sensing digital image processing methods; advanced topics in feature extraction, radiometric calibration, image enhancement, pattern recognition and geoscience applications. Prerequisite: GEOG 361 or equivalent and junior or senior classification.

  • Interpretation of Aerial Photographs
    (398) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 3 Lab Hours. Identification and evaluation of natural and cultural features on aerial photographs; methods for extracting information concerning land use, vegetative cover, surface and structural features, urban/industrial patterns and archaeological sites. Prerequisites: Junior or senior classification or approval of instructor.

  • GIS Programming
    (GEOG 392) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Programming for geographic information science applications; principles of programming syntax and data structures; development of custom GIS programs; integration of programs into commercial GIS platforms. Prerequisites: GEOG 390 and ESSM 465 or equivalents, or approval of instructor; junior or senior classification.

  • Geodatabases
    (GEOG 391) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. GIS data modeling; introductory and advanced spatial SQL (structured query language); spatial database management system (DBMS) server setup, management and maintenance; spatial DBMS design, implementation, tuning, performance analysis and indexing; connecting spatial data services and warehouses to GIS software. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification.

  • Principles of Geographic Information Systems
    (GEOG 390) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Basic concepts of design, planning and implementation of geographic information systems. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification.

  • Remote Sensing in Geosciences
    (GEOG 361) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Introduction to the principles, techniques and applications of remote sensing technology in geosciences including the analysis and interpretation of airborne and spaceborne remote sensing data for studying key earth system processes. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification.

  • GNSS in the Geosciences
    (GEOG 352/GEOL 352) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 3 Lab Hours. Fundamentals of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS); basic geodesy, figure of the earth; frames of reference, map projection, datums, ellipsoids; GPS accuracy and precision; applications in earth resource mapping and database creation; elementary GPS phase data processing. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification or approval of instructor. Cross Listing: GEOL 352/GEOG 352.

  • Cartography and Visualization
    (GEOG 232) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 3 Lab Hours. Introduction to science and art of map production; principles of thematic map compilation and design; history of thematic mapping; map projections; data management and symbolization; common types and styles of thematic maps.

  • Principles of Crop Production
    (SCSC 311) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. Review of plant physiology and crop adaptation to mesoclimates; crop management factors of planting, pest control, plant nutrition, irrigation, GIS, and harvesting techniques; special units on organic farming, conservation agriculture, farming in low-rainfall climates, and bioenergy crops; influence of markets, government policies, and the global economy on cropping strategies. Prerequisites: SCSC 307, junior or senior classification, or approval of instructor.

  • Spatial Project Management
    (ESSM 464) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Integration of key components of spatial project management to ensure a successful project implementation using life-cycle methodology and spatial project management; strategy and planning, requirements analysis, design, development, deployment, and operations and maintenance; term project working with real world data to develop and manage a spatial project for practical applications. Prerequisites: ESSM 351/RENR 405 and ESSM 444, junior or senior classification or approval of instructor.

  • Advanced GIS Analysis for Natural Resource Management
    (ESSM 462/GEOG 462) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Advanced topics in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to solve natural resource problems; manipulation of raster data types; three-dimensional modeling; emphasis on geoprocessing as it relates to applied projects, particularly with habitat suitability models; field and lab use of Global Positioning Systems (GPS); internet-based GIS modeling. Prerequisites: ESSM 351/RENR 405 or AGSM 461/SPSC 461 or equivalent or approval of instructor; junior or senior classification. Cross Listing: GEOG 462/ESSM 462.

  • Spatial Databases for Data Storage, Manipulation and Analysis
    (ESSM 461) Read More

    Credits 3. 1 Lecture Hour. 4 Lab Hours. Relational databases and advanced geodatabase capabilities; types of geodatabases; Structured Query Language including join-types and subqueries; ArcGIS Desktop Advanced. Prerequisites: ESSM 459; junior or senior classification or approval of instructor.

  • Programming for Spatial Data Applications
    (ESSM 459) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 3 Lab Hours. Programming for spatial data applications in general and for natural resources application in particular; basic programming concepts and constructs for the creation and manipulation of spatial data; automating of processes; programming behind spreadsheet and GIS applications. Prerequisites: ESSM 351/RENR 405 or equivalent, junior or senior classification or approval of instructor.

  • Geographic Information Systems and Resource Management
    (ESSM 351/RENR 405) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) approach to solving spatial problems and managing natural resources, including the acquisition, management, manipulation, analysis, and mapping of spatial and non-spatial databases; identification of natural and relevant features from various data sources; integration of relevant technologies and data; extensive use of GIS software to solve real-world problems. Only one of the following will satisfy the requirements for a degree: ESSM 351/RENR 405, RENR 405/ESSM 351, ESSM 651, BAEN 651/ESSM 651 and RENR 651. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification or approval of instructor. Cross Listing: RENR 405/ESSM 351.

  • Geographic Information Systems for Resource Management
    (AGSM 461/SPSC 461) Read More

    Geographic Information System (GIS) approach to the integration of spatial and attribute data to study the capture, analysis, manipulation and portrayal of natural resource data; examination of data types/formats; integration of GIS with remote sensing and Global Positioning System; lab use of GIS applications to conduct analyses of topics in natural resources. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification or approval of instructor. Cross-listed with FRSC 461.

  • Geomatics for Civil Engineering
    (CVEN-423) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 3 Lab Hours. Use of GIS, GPS, Survey and Remotely-sensed data integrated with predictive models for infrastructure management systems. Prerequisite: CVEN 303 or approval of instructor.

  • Principles of Geocomputation
    (GEOG 479) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Geocomputation including geospatial technologies, computational techniques and algorithms utilizing high-performance computing; fundamental geocomputation principles, artificial and computational intelligence. Prerequisites: GEOG 361, GEOG 390, GEOG 475; CSCE 110 or CSCE 111.

  • Terrain Analysis and Mapping
    (GEOG 477) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Geomorphometry for land surface characterization; fundamentals of terrain analysis; theory of land surface dynamics; application of software for digital terrain modeling and analysis. Prerequisites: GEOG 361 and GEOG 390 or equivalents, or approval of instructor; junior or senior classification.

  • GIS Practicum
    (GEOG 476) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Other Hours. Introduction to current topics in Geographic Information Science including ethical and legal issues surrounding spatial technologies, proper GIS management practices and professional certification; development of professional research, technical and communication skills through participation in a coordinated internship or independent research project. Meets writing-intensive course requirements for environmental geosciences, environmental studies and geography majors. Prerequisites: Senior classification and enrollment in Geographic Information Science and Technology or approval of instructor.

  • Advanced Geographic Information Science
    (GEOG 475) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Advanced Topics in Geographic Information Systems. Topics related to GIS implementation, spatial database design, spatial data analysis, and various advanced GIS applications. Prerequisite: GEOG 390 or equivalent.

  • Dynamic Modeling of Earth and Environment Systems
    (GEOG 467) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Dynamical systems modeling; key concepts and processes in earth and environmental systems; human impact on these systems; model building and testing; system behavior over time; model validation and sensitivity; examples from the applications in earth and environmental sciences. Prerequisite: GEOG 203 or approval of instructor.

  • Hydrology and the Environment
    (GEOG 434) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Examination of hydrologic processes in relation to climate, soils, vegetation, land use practices, and human impacts; natural scientific perspectives emphasized; field and laboratory included. Prerequisite: GEOG 203 or equivalent.

  • Principles of Geographic Information Systems
    (GEOG 390) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Basic concepts of design, planning and implementation of geographic information systems. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification.

  • Workshop in Environmental Studies
    (GEOG 380) Read More

    Credits 2 to 6. 2 to 6 Lab Hours. The study, understanding and solution of human environment problems based on principles learned in the classroom; library, laboratory and field work carried out by individuals and in groups; reports on work accomplished. May be repeated for credit as many as three times. Prerequisite: GEOG 330.

  • Remote Sensing in Geosciences
    (GEOG 361) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Introduction to the principles, techniques and applications of remote sensing technology in geosciences including the analysis and interpretation of airborne and spaceborne remote sensing data for studying key earth system processes. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification.

  • Natural Hazards
    (GEOG 360) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. Introduction to the types and causes of natural events that pose risk to society; an examination of prevailing concepts and theories of human response and vulnerability; characteristics of natural events; natural hazard paradigms; case studies. Prerequisites: GEOG 203 or GEOL 101; junior or senior classification.

  • Remote Sensing of the Environment
    (ESSM 444) Read More

    (2-3). Credit 3. Principles and techniques necessary for applying remote sensing to diverse issues in studying and mapping land uses and land covers of the terrestrial environment; emphasizes a hands-on learning approach with theoretical foundations and applications in both aerial and satellite remote sensing, using optical and lidar datasets. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification or approval of instructor.

Graduate
  • Advanced GIS in Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning
    (PLAN 626) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Continuation of GIS in Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning PLAN 625; topics include advanced spatial analysis technology: emphasis on urban planning, landscape architecture, land development, hazard management and related applications to issues. Prerequisite: PLAN 625.

  • Geographical Information Systems in Landscape and Urban Planning
    (PLAN 625) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Provides an understanding of GIS fundamentals; basic concepts, principles and functions; essential skills for applying GIS in various fields such as urban planning, landscape architecture, land development, environment studies, transportation and hazard management; based on learning through class projects. Prerequisite: Graduate classification.

  • Geomorphology and Remote Sensing
    (GEOG 696) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. Application of remote sensing to study landforms, imagery, includes, aerial photography; LANDSAT; SPOT, TM and shuttle photography. Prerequisite: GEOG 203 or approval of instructor.

  • Frontiers in Geographic Information Science
    (GEOG 695) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. Theoretical foundations and the latest development of geographic information science (GIScience); topics related to representations of space and time, geocomputation, spatially integrated social sciences, and social informatics. Prerequisite: Introductory GIS.

  • GIS-Based Spatial Analysis and Modeling
    (GEOG 665) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. Investigates methodology of integrating various spatial analysis and modeling techniques with GIS for environmental/socio-economic applications; practical applications; theoretical/technical aspects of related issues in detail. Prerequisite: GEOG 660 or equivalent or approval of instructor.

  • GIS in Land and Property Management
    (GEOG 662) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. Introduction to concepts of design, planning and implementation of geographic information systems (GISs) for land and property management applications; rural land and agricultural property; urban and residential land uses; cadastral surveying. Prerequisite: GEOG 604 or equivalent or approval of instructor.

  • Digital Image Processing and Analysis
    (GEOG 661) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. Principles of georectifying, processing, manipulating and interpreting data collected by nonphotographic sensors concentrating on solid earth resources. Prerequisite: GEOG 651 or equivalent or approval of instructor.

  • Applications in GIS
    (GEOG 660) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. Basic concepts of design, planning, and implementation of geographic information systems. Prerequisite: Graduate classification.

  • Geodatabases
    (GEOG 659) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. GIS data modeling; introductory and advanced spatial SQL (structured query language); spatial database management system (DBMS) server setup, management and maintenance; spatial DBMS design, implementation, tuning, performance analysis and indexing; connecting spatial data services and warehouses to GIS software.

  • Remote Sensing for Geographical Analysis
    (GEOG 651) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. Provides and introduction to remote sensing fundamentals. Discussion of past, present and planned earth observing sensors as well as technical issues involved in the collection, processing and interpretation of remote sensing images with emphasis on application to geographic problems, including geomorphology, hydrology and coastal oceanography. Prerequisite: Graduate classification.

  • WebGIS
    (GEOG 678) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. Internet architectures; setup, management and maintenance of web-based Geographic Information System (WebGIS) servers, data and services; use of WebGIS data an services in the creation of custom web-based maps; analysis of WebGIS system architecture, design and implementation. Prerequisite: Graduate classification.

  • GIS Programming
    (GEOG 676) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. Automation of GIS software; integration of custom code as extensions into GIS software; programmatic manipulation of GIS data. Prerequisite: Graduate classification.

  • Spatial Epidemiology
    (PHEB 618) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. This course provides a broad introduction to the principles and methods of spatial epidemiology, with particular emphasis on the use and applications of Geographical Information Systems (GIS), and spatial analysis methods in health research and public health practice.

  • Computer Programming for Natural Resource Applications
    (ESSM 665) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. An introduction to programming concepts and applications; elements of Visual Basic programming including data types, control and program structure; introduction to objects and object-oriented programming; macro and applications development; automation of GIS programming through the use of macros. Prerequisites: Approval of instructor.

  • Applied Spatial Statistics
    (ESSM 663/SCSC 663) Read More

    Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. An introduction to the theory and practice of spatial statistics as applied to the natural resources. Spatial analyses focusing primarily on ordinary kriging, point processes, and lattice data. Prerequisites: MATH 141, MATH 142; STAT 651; or equivalents; ESSM 651 preferred. Cross Listing: SCSC 663/ESSM 663.

  • Landscape Analysis and Modeling
    (ESSM 660) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Introduction to quantitative methods of landscape analysis and modeling for applications in natural resource conservation and management; quantification of landscape composition and configuration; spatial statistical methods for characterizing landscape pattern; methods for hypothesis testing with spatial data; landscape modeling approaches and applications; current literature and software. Prerequisite: Approval of instructor.

  • Advanced Remote Sensing
    (ESSM 656) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. Advanced techniques for information extraction using airborne and satellite imagery; active and passive sensors characteristics; customizing and developing image processing tools for remote sensing applications for a broad range of sensors and applications. Prerequisites: ESSM 655, RENR 444, GEOG 651, GEOG 661.

  • Remote Sensing of the Environment
    (ESSM 655) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. Remote sensing for the management of renewable natural resources; use of aerial photography and satellite imagery to detect, identify and monitor forest, range and agricultural resources; utilize remotely sensed data as input to computerized information management systems. Prerequisite: Graduate classification.

  • Advanced Topics in GIS
    (ESSM 652) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Advanced GIS topics with a focus on modeling actual GIS applications including relational and database theory, design and implementation and its connection to GIS; surface analysis with digital terrain models; and an introduction to spatial statistics. Prerequisite: ESSM 651 or BAEN 651/ESSM 651.

  • Modeling Small Watersheds
    (BAEN 673) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. Transport of water and chemicals in small agricultural watersheds; simulation using hydrologic models coupled with geographical information systems (GIS); impact of land use on the quality of surface water and groundwater evaluated. Prerequisites: Basic hydrology course, BAEN 651/ESSM 651 or equivalent GIS course, and graduate classification.

  • Advanced Topics in Geographic Information Systems
    (BAEN 652) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 3 Lab Hours. Advanced GIS topics with a focus on modeling actual GIS applications including relational and database theory, design and implementation and its connection to GIS; surface analysis with digital terrain models; and an introduction to spatial statistics. Prerequisite: BAEN 651/ESSM 651.

  • Geographic Information Systems for Resource Management
    (BAEN 651/ESSM 651) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Geographic Information System (GIS) approach to the integration of spatial and attribute data to study the capture, analysis, manipulation and portrayal of natural resource data; examination of data types/formats, as well as the integration of GIS with remote sensing and Global Positioning System; laboratory includes extensive use of GIS applications to conduct analyses of topics in natural resources. Prerequisites: Graduate classification. Cross Listing: ESSM 651.

  • Skills in Maritime Archaeology
    (ANTH 608) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. Themes and tools of maritime archaeology; topics include remote sensing and mapping as wells as interpreting, recording and storing data used in maritime archaeological surveys. Prerequisites: Graduate classification; approval of instructor.

  • Civil Engineering Applications of GIS
    (CVEN-658) Read More

    Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 2 Lab Hours. Use of geographic information system (GIS) concepts and methods to solve civil engineering problems; emphasis on different areas of civil engineering. Class presentations and laboratory sessions used to familiarize students with computer software. Prerequisite: Graduate classification.

  • Stochastic Mechanics
    (CVEN 650) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. Introduction to the use of Bayesian inference methods to solve mechanical inverse problems with varying evidence conditions; experimental observations, model complexity and expert beliefs; representation of the probabilistic calibration of models with varying parameters in space and time, in the form of boundary conditions, material properties, and even numerical parameters; improves the scientific and engineering inferences stemmed from research practice. Prerequisite: STAT 201.

  • Structural Reliability
    (CVEN-655) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. Uncertainties in structural mechanics; probabilistic models for load and resistance variables, fundamentals of structural reliability theory, advanced first-order second moment methods and reliability of complex structural systems; applications to selected structures. Prerequisites: CVEN 345 and CVEN 421.

  • Frontiers in Geographic Information Science
    (GEOG 695) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. Theoretical foundations and the latest development of geographic information science (GIScience); topics related to representations of space and time, geocomputation, spatially integrated social sciences, and social informatics. Prerequisite: Introductory GIS.

  • GIS-Based Spatial Analysis and Modeling
    (GEOG 665) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. Investigates methodology of integrating various spatial analysis and modeling techniques with GIS for environmental/socio-economic applications; practical applications; theoretical/technical aspects of related issues in detail. Prerequisite: GEOG 660 or equivalent or approval of instructor.

  • Digital Image Processing and Analysis
    (GEOG 661) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. Principles of georectifying, processing, manipulating and interpreting data collected by nonphotographic sensors concentrating on solid earth resources. Prerequisite: GEOG 651 or equivalent or approval of instructor.

  • Remote Sensing for Geographical Analysis
    (GEOG 651) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour. Provides and introduction to remote sensing fundamentals. Discussion of past, present and planned earth observing sensors as well as technical issues involved in the collection, processing and interpretation of remote sensing images with emphasis on application to geographic problems, including geomorphology, hydrology and coastal oceanography. Prerequisite: Graduate classification.

  • Fluvial Geomorphology
    (GEOG 626) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. Concepts and methods applicable to the fluvial systems; components affecting rivers and drainage basin and analysis geomorphology; analytical treatment of problems arising from fluvial changes. Prerequisite: GEOG 203 or approval of instructor.

  • Advanced Remote Sensing
    (ESSM 656) Read More

    Sensing. (2-2). Credit 3. Advanced techniques for information extraction using air- borne and satellite imagery; active and passive sensors characteristics; customizing and developing image processing tools for remote sensing applications for a broad range of sensors and applications. Prerequisites: ESSM 655, ESSM 444, GEOG 651, GEOG 661.

  • Hydrology and the Environment
    (GEOG 634) Read More

    Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours. Examination of hydrologic processes affecting surface and groundwater resources; impact of climate, soils, vegetation, land-use practices, and human effects on hydrologic processes; natural-scientific perspectives emphasized. Prerequisite: Graduate classification. Cross Listing: WMHS 601/GEOG 634.

  • Remote Sensing for Natural Resource Management
    (ESSM 655) Read More

    (2-2). Credit 3. Remote sensing for the management of renewable natural resources; use of aerial photography and satellite imagery to detect, identify and monitor forest, range and agricultural resources; utilize remotely sensed data as input to computerized information management systems. Prerequisite: Graduate classification.

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