Certificate in Geographic Information Science (GIS) - GIS Applications to Environmental and Geological Sciences GEOG 4520   GIS Applications to Environmental and Geological Sciences
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Geographic information systems (GIS) provide a rich set of new tools to the geologist and environmental scientist, not only to solve conventional problems, but also to explore transdisciplinary questions not readily answered by other means. This class builds on the fundamentals of GIS taught in ERTH 3500.03 to explore analytical tools that aid in decision-making processes encountered in mineral exploration, hydrogeology, site selection, environmental assessment, and global change analysis. The class concentrates on case studies and problem solving, including those requiring multi-criteria and multi-objective decision making processes.
NOTES: This class is not offered every year. Please consult department in the spring for further information.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Lab

LECTURE HOURS PER WEEK: 3
LAB HOURS PER WEEK: 3
PREREQUISITES: GEOG 3500.03, ENVS 3500, ERTH 3500.03; ERTH 5600, or SCIE 3600.03; STAT 1060.03
CROSS-LISTING: ERTH 4520.03