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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18


GEOG 59 Environmental Applications of GIS

This course focuses on the uses of GIS techniques in solving practical environmental problems. The ideas of how GIS can be applied to various fields of environmental studies and applications will be presented, and this is achieved through examining real application examples concerning soils, watershed hydrology, vegetation, land use/land cover, climate, pollutions, landscape ecology, and natural hazards. The students will also learn fundamental knowledge and techniques required in application projects for solving environmental problems, including the methodology of starting and running such projects, and spatial analytical techniques that are frequently used in such projects. The course is made of three components: the lectures, the lab exercises, and the term project. The software packages used for the lab exercises include ArcGIS and IDRISI.

Instructor

Chipman

Cross Listed Courses

EARS 77

Prerequisite

GEOG 50 or GEOG 51/EARS 65, or permission of the instructor.

Distributive and/or World Culture

TLA

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Offered

18W: 9L