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Course Details - Introduction to Remote Sensing

This course introduces students to the principles and techniques necessary for applying remote sensing to diverse issues within environmental science. The course emphasizes a hands-on learning environment with theoretical and conceptual aspects of satellite remote sensing. Topics include digital image interpretation, analysis, and processing within a GIS environment. Prerequisite: SC 36000 or instructor permission. Offered Fall.

Course Information

Course ID: SC 36300 S01 Department: Environmental Science
Course Name: Introduction to Remote Sensing Level: Undergraduate
Term: 2021 FALL (Session) Campus: MAIN
Credits: 4 Instructor: Geck, Jason Edward
Seats Remaining: 0 Total Lab Fees: none
Start Date: 09/22/2021 End Date: 12/10/2021
    Census Date: 10/01/2021
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Teaching Schedule

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Instructor Room Start Date End Date Days Start Time End Time 
Geck, Jason EdwardGH-30809/22/202112/10/2021TR10:30 AM12:50 PM

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