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This site from SERC's Starting Point encourages the user to recognize relationships between modern GIS and traditional geoscience spatial analysis methods. Links to example GIS exercises and exercises and visualizations...
Step-by-step instructions walk users through working with data from a seismic wave model in a freely available GIS (geographic information system) program, ESRI's ArcVoyager SE. Users generate and examine maps and...
This starting point site explains that Geographic Information Systems (GIS) represent a quantitative means to collect, analyze and present spatial information on paper or in computer format. At the introductory level,...
In this exercise, students get experience with image classification. Images are an increasingly important source of information about land cover and land use over time because comparisons of historic and current images...
This document provides a brief summary for a 102 level GIS course. A course description, the general purpose of the course, the course's objectives and major topics are included in the document. Topics include remote...
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