NRES 512 TRS - Discussions in NRES - Terrestrial Eco Remote Sensing
Discussion of recent developments and current literature in natural resources and environmental sciences, with a term-long emphasis on a particular aspect of the subject matter. Course Information: Approved for Letter and S/U grading. May be repeated to a maximum of 4 hours.
ADVANCES IN TERRISTRIAL ECOSYSTEM REMOTE SENSING: This is an advanced course applying satellite remote sensing (RS) to terrestrial environmental issues. The course begins March 17, meets weekly for 8 weeks, and follows a lecture and in-class discussion format. Students will gain a deep understanding of the physical mechanisms of remote sensing technology as well as the scientific contexts of how to best utilize remote sensing technology to address questions in natural resources, hydrology, and environmental monitoring. The course does not require prior knowledge of remote sensing.
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Course Level: Graduate