CEE 498 B/CEWA 599 A&D / SEFS 521 C- Advanced Remote Sensing and
Earth Observation SPRING Quarter 2019
- Time: T & Thur 8:30-10:20,
- Friday in class Laboratory: 9:00-11:30 TBA
- Instructor: Prof. David Butman
Are you interested in the theory and application of satellite remote
sensing as a tool for environmental science?
Are you curious about measuring atmospheric trace gasses, and cloud temperatures from space?
Want to know the fundamentals of electromagnetic radiation, reflection and absorption, black body radiation, use of the Plank Function, satellite and sensor technology, map projections, integration of GIS data, and digital image
Want to quantitatively measure land cover change across landscapes?
Interested to learn ENVI image processing software? Or willing to explore R/Google Earth Engine as a new tool for remote sensing?
This is an amazing course that is offered to both upper-level undergraduate students and graduate students (no pre-requisites but physics and GIS are helpful). Contact David Butman with question about eligibility. (firstname.lastname@example.org)