University of Calgary

GEOG 699.33 - Remote Sensing & Image Proc Geog - Fall 2005

This course is designed to introduce the applications of remote sensing and techniques of digital image processing. Emphasis is on the use of satellite remote sensing data and methods in practical applications, including image transformations and classification for identifying vegetation, geomorphic, geologic, and cultural features. Remote sensing is an increasingly useful information resource for managers and scientists, but data sources are becoming more varied and analysis techniques more complex. Thsi course will provide a solid background in the application of image processing techniques in lecture, laboratory and project settings.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • H(3-0)


This course will be offered next in Summer 2017.
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