GEOL 507 A - GIS for Geology
Common applications of geographic information science in geology including examples involving environmental geology, geomorphology, water quality, natural hazards, and structural geology. Develops practical skills using industry-standard GIS software. Case studies requiring GIS analyses will be completed to produce written reports, maps and oral presentations for a range of audiences. Course Information: 4 graduate hours. No professional credit. Prerequisite: GEOL 401, GEOL 411, and GEOL 470, or consent of the instructor. Restricted to undergraduate majors with permission of instructor and M.S. and Ph.D. students in SESE (Geology, GGIS, and Atmospheric Science) only.
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Course Level: Graduate