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Geodesy Teaching Materials

The GETSI project is developing modules featuring geodetic data applied to societally important issues (climate change, natural hazards, water resources, etc.) The final modules will be published here when they have completed the development, testing, and revision process.

Materials for Introductory Level Courses:

Changing Ice Mass and Sea Level - in testing
Authored by Becca Walker (San Antonio College) and Leigh Stearns (University of Kansas)

Surface Process Hazards - in development
Authored by Becca Walker (San Antonio College) and Sarah Hall (College of the Atlantic)



Materials for Majors Level Courses:

Imaging Active Tectonics with InSAR and LiDAR data - in testing
Authored by Bruce Douglas (Indiana University) and Gareth Funning (University of California-Riverside)

Geodesy and Water Resources - in development
Authored by Bruce Douglas (Indiana University) and Eric Small Tilton (University of Colorado)

GPS, Strain, and Earthquakes - in transfer and testing (beta-version available from UNAVCO)
Authored by Vince Cronin (Baylor University) and Phil Resor (Wesleyan University)