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GEOG 4/6460

Field Methods in Remote Sensing
Credit Hours:

A field-based remote sensing course that teaches students the theory and practical applications of field spectroscopy or proximal sensing (non-imaging systems). The field exercises will include experiment design and data collection using in situ sensors, model calibration, and validation to quantify environmental biophysical parameters.

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GEOG 4350/6350-4350L/6350L or permission of department
Semester Offered:

Instructors of this Course

Merle C. Prunty, Jr. Professor and Associate Head

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