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GIS Explorations - Environ 309

GIS (Geographic Information Systems) is making a huge difference on our planet and people every day, supporting key decisions about wildlife habitat, renewable energy, human health, climate change, sustainable cities, and more.

In this course you will learn the basic concepts and functions of GIS – data capture, editing, processing, and display. You will use it both for analysis -- to discover trends and outliers in your data -- as well as for presenting data visually in mapping format in ways that deliver actionable insights for decision-making. Course will take advantage of its location at the Station by collecting data in the field and working with other classes to identify interesting research questions.

Join the Station’s inaugural GIS class in the summer of 2017!

 

5 credits

Prerequisites: None

Meets: Wednesdays and Saturdays

Instructor:

Mamadou Coulibaly