Remote Sensing: Basic Theory and Image Interpretation
Acquisition, interpretation and applications of imagery obtained from both airborne and satellite platforms. Includes visual interpretation and analysis of airphotos and non-photographic images, such as radar and thermal infrared. Remotely-sensed imagery as a source for mapping and geographic information systems. Prerequisite: GEOG 170 or instructor consent. Misc/Lab: Lecture 2 hours/lab 3 hours.
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