This course is intended to be taken with, or after, the introductory remote sensing class, FNRM 3262/5262. It builds on the introductory course by providing a field context to the remote sensing discipline. We will focus on field methods and associated analyses that are typical in using and applying imagery and other spatial data. We will use a variety of remote sensing imagery, maps, field data collection tools, and software. Students will learn in an active, hands-on, way through multiple small-group field exercises. This course includes two eight-hour weekend field sessions.
- FNRM 3262 (undergraduate students)
- FNRM 5262 (graduate students)