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GEOG 246 Airborne Remote Sensing Systems
This course introduces the principles, equipment, and techniques used to obtain and interpret aerial photography. The course examines the use of aerial photography in scientific research and its application to geographic, environmental, and planning problems at the local and regional levels. Students will plan and fly an airborne mission using modern equipment to acquire imagery. Photogrammetric techniques will be used to interpret the photography and study local problems. The class emphasizes the need for being able to think in a spatial context for a variety of environmental applications. Offered irregularly.
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