GIS IN WATER RESOURCES
2017 Fall Term
The course focuses on the use of GIS to develop solutions to problems associated with water resources. Practical applications will include using GIS to spatially and temporally examine the relationship of watershed characteristics on soil erosion, wetlands, water quality, streamflow, and in-stream habitat. The course combines traditional lectures with computer time in labs equipped with the latest GIS software. Grading is heavily based on completion of projects/technical reports and the quality of GIS outputs.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: GEOGRPY 270, GEOGRPY 370, AND (GEOGRPY 210 OR GEOGRPY 323)
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