GEO 605: Advanced Earth and Environmental Science with Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
6 hours (2, lecture; 4, lab), 4 credits. This course explores earth and environmental sciences using advanced GIS applications and concepts, including environmental modeling and spatial analysis of landslides, earthquakes, soil erosion, stream sedimentation, groundwater flow, ecosystem stability, global climate change, and other earth processes. PREREQ: GEP 505 or equivalent, or Departmental permission.
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