GEO 111 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems3 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.
This course addresses the fundamental principles of geography by utilizing geographic information systems (GIS) software. GIS is a spatial analysis system designed to improve environmental decision-making. Major topics include the examination of how digital earth resources data are collected, stored, analyzed and displayed while emphasizing natural resource problems. In addition, the use of other geographic technologies will be examined such as mapping, aerial photography, remote sensing and global positioning systems and their relationship to GIS.
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