Job/Research Area: Spatial information systems, GIS, remote sensing
Major Responsibilities/Research Interests: Managing and directing the activity in, and relating to, the Spatial Information Systems Laboratory. Provides research support for academic staff and graduate students in the areas of GIS and remote sensing. Research area revolves around issues of spatial and temporal scale in landscape ecology. Continued interest in lichenology, primordial ontology, and the philosophy of science.
Methods and applications of geographic information systems (GIS), including global positioning systems (GPS), photogrammetry, air photo interpretation and LIDAR, as they relate to natural resource management.
A philosophical and sociological exploration of historical and contemporary perspectives on human-environmental relationships and their implications. Explores these perspectives in a framework of critical thinking and through case studies.
This course is a combination of lecture/lab and directed studies to develop advanced GIS skills. A focus of the course is an individual spatial analysis project. Prerequisite: EAS 221, FOREN 201, or REN R 201.
This course is a combination of lecture/lab and directed studies to develop advanced GIS skills. A focus of the course is an individual spatial analysis project. Not to be taken if credit received for REN R 426 or REN R 712.