GEOG 608 - Geographic Information Systems IICredits: 3
Advanced principles of and applications for geographic information systems (GIS). Examines the nature and accuracy of geo-referenced data and methods of data capture, storage, retrieval, modeling, and digital map display. Students will use modern GIS software packages and digital geographical data from physical and/or cultural sources to explore software procedures and techniques of spatial analysis, decision support, and geographic visualization.
The course will consist of two hours of lecture and two hours of lab a week.
Prerequisite: GEOG 302 and GEOG 508 or consent of instructor.
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