GGY 322 - Introduction to Remote Sensing
Theory and application of remote sensing techniques and software applications for environmental sciences, geography, earth sciences, hydrology, archaeology, forestry, and public health. Includes satellite data collection, digital image processing, multispectral image analysis, introduction to thermal infrared and microwave data through laboratory exercises. Students work in small groups to apply remote sensing concepts to solve complex problems. Two lecture and two laboratory hours each week.
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisite Courses: GGY 130 or GGY 215 or GLY 101 or GLY 120 or OCN 150 or EVS 195 or consent of instructor.
Additional Restrictions/Requirements: Prerequisite course or consent of instructor.
Course Repeatablility: Course may not be repeated. Maximum Repeatable Hours: 3
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