Liberal Arts > Geography

General Information

I. Catalog Course Description

Introduces geotechnology, the technological advances used to describe, assimilate, or analyze spatial information. Emphasis is on GIS with discussions on GPS, remotely sensed imagery, Google Earth and other applications. The importation and joining of various datasets is described highlighting how a variety of data sources may be used for analysis of spatial features. Laboratory assignments will demonstrate real world applications derived from the lectures using ArcGIS desktop.

Scheduled GEOG-210 classes:

Fall 2019

There are currently no GEOG-210 classes scheduled for this term.