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Environmental Geomatics Certificate (19 credits)
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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Cook College Programs of Study Certificate Programs Environmental Geomatics Certificate (19 credits)  

Environmental Geomatics Certificate (19 credits)

The regional and global scope of environmental problems is now well established. Satellite remote sensing provides the only feasible means of monitoring large regions of the earth and its land and water resources in a timely fashion. Remotely sensed data can be combined with other resource data in a computerized geographic information system (GIS). The GIS provides a powerful set of tools to store, integrate, analyze, and graphically display vast amounts of environmental data. The Environmental Geomatics Certificate is designed to give students, regardless of major, an understanding and working knowledge of remote sensing and GIS technology and its application to environmental resource monitoring and management.

The certificate is administered through the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources. For further information, contact Dr. Richard Lathrop in the Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences Building, Room 129, 932-1580, or lathrop@crssa.rutgers.edu.

11:372:232 Fundamentals of Environmental Geomatics (3)

11:372:233 Fundamentals of Geomatics Laboratory (1)

11:372:362 Intermediate Environmental Geomatics (3)

11:372:369 Analytical Methods for Environmental Geomatics (3)

11:372:371 Air-Photo Interpretation (3)

11:372:462 Advanced Environmental Geomatics (3) or11: 372:474 Advanced Remote Sensing (3)

01:960:401 Basic Statistics for Research (3) orequivalent


 
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