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In this lesson students will find cities in the United States that are of similar size to Eugene, OR (their hometown) and compare attributes such as crime rate, land area, etc. using box and whisker plots. Prior to the...
This lesson from iGETT will contribute to remote sensing curriculum. This particular unit uses ENVI software to extract data on cultivated land from Landsat 7 imagery. The materials include a learning unit summary,...
This lesson from iGETT utilizes Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) data for Darfur; students will analyze the data and examine it along with rainfall totals to determine if a water shortage occurred during a...
This lesson from iGETT asks students to develop a model to examine the relationship between land use and sediment loading. Data from the Chesapeake Bay region will be utilized. Remote sensing imagery will be analyzed...
From Foothill College and the Using a Web-Based GIS to Teach Problem-Based Science in High School and College project, this module introduces students to maps, geographic information systems, their applications, web...
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