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LSC 315 Land-Use Planning part of Courses
An introduction to GIS applications and software use.

Introduction to GIS part of Courses
This is an introduction to using ArcGIS software. Basic techniques are covered, as well as background information on cartography and geodesy.

Hydrogeology part of Courses
Hydrogeology is intended for upper level undergraduates who have already completed a physical geology class with lab. The course provides a broad overview of surface and subsurface water, and the relationships to ...

Cartography part of Courses
GEO 301 is designed as an introduction to maps and their uses, in particular, as tools for communicating spatial information. Although it is an "introduction", the content of the course and the amount of ...

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems part of Courses
This course offers an introduction to the concepts, principles, and theories behind Geographic Information Systems and Science (GIS), with emphasis on the nature of geographic information, data models and ...

Surface Processes and Geomorphology part of Courses
This is a process-oriented geomorphology course with substantial "interactive lecture", lab, field, and GIS components. In addition to an emphasis on geomorphic processes and methods particular to their ...

Remote sensing and image interpretation part of Courses
This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of remote sensing. Class lectures will focus on a range of concepts and techniques key to understanding how remote sensing data are acquired, displayed, ...

Geographic Information Systems part of Courses
Geographic Information Systems describes a computer-based system that aids in the collection, analysis, storage, and distribution of spatial data. Today GIS is used for a wide variety of place-based data sets that ...

GIS and GPS Applications in Earth Sciences part of Courses
Theory and practice of geographic information system (GIS) and Global Positioning System (GPS) technologies and their applications to problems in earth sciences. Laboratories and field trips provide hands-on ...

Hydrometeorology part of Courses
The main objective of this course is to familiarize the student with scientific issues related to local and global distribution of freshwater. Conceptualizations of the water balance/budget are developed using ...

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems part of Courses
This is course is an introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) using ArcGIS as the primary software platform.

Geospatial Methods part of Courses
The class introduces concepts, theories, and techniques in geospatial methods, and principles of spatial analysis, and data mining with integration of GIS, remote sensing and GPS. Varies applications of the ...

Introduction to GIS: Focus on Earth part of Courses
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ES/GE 217 Mapping and GIS part of Courses
This course focuses on learning the principles of GIS through extensive computer use of ArcGIS via examples from geology and environmental science. Lectures will supplement the laboratory component of the course. ...

GEOG 104: Geographic Information Science and Spatial Reasoning part of Courses
This course will introduce fundamental concepts of geographic information science (GIScience), including geographic information systems (GIS), global positioning systems (GPS), cartography, remote sensing, and ...

GIS and Remote Sensing in the Geosciences part of Courses
A broad introduction to the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) within the geosciences. The relationships between geography, geology, and society will be pursued. Students will be exposed to both pertinent ...

Advanced GIS part of Courses

Introduction to Computer Mapping and GIS part of Courses
An introduction to the study and design of maps, primarily through the application of a specialized computer mapping software program known as GIS.

GIS for Geoscientists I part of Courses
GIS for Geoscientists I is an introduction to GIS operations and analyses of vector data in a geoscience context and will prepare students for more advanced GIS courses (such as its follow-up course, GIS for ...