Geography : A conceptual view of remote sensing and the underlying physical principles. Covers ground-based, aerial, satellite systems, and the electromagnetic spectrum, from visible to microwave. Emphasis on application of remotely sensed data in geography including land cover change and ecological processes.
Terms: Fall 2010
Instructors: Margaret Kalacska (Fall)
- 3 hours and laboratory periods
- Corequisite(s): GEOG 201
- Restriction: Not open to students who have taken ATOC 308