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Applied Remote Sensing

This course includes lectures, seminars and projects covering the application of remote sensing to geological, land cover and water quality mapping. Projects are chosen from within these fields where data sets are available and are structured to address issues specific to the particular application, as well as general remote sensing issues such as atmospheric correction, statistical vs. biophysical modelling approaches, and multi data-type integration. PREREQ: GEOG 3037, a statistics course, and GEOL 1007, or permission of the department. (lec 3, lab 3) cr 3.

Earth Sciences