|Graduate Course Details|
|Title||Interpretation/Analysis of Remote Sensing Imagery|
|Fall 2016 Classes|
|S1||1035||9/8/16 - 12/22/16||R||6:30pm - 9:00pm||MH-323||Stephen S Young|
The emphasis is on the study of remote sensing systems other than aerial photography. High altitude color-infrared photography - CIR, multi-spectral scanned imagery - MSS, side-looking airborne RADAR - SLAR, and thermal-infrared images - TIR, are investigated. The present and potential uses of these image products is studied with regard to academic and practical applications. Student mastery of the subject is exemplified by a series of detailed interpretive map overlays. Not open to students who have received credit for GGR 909.