OCEAN 497b,Winter, 2009: Coastal Remote Sensing and Pattern Analysis
Applied Spatial Analysis, Remote Sensing and Geostatistics


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This course is focused on the Application of Remotely Sensed data and Geostatistics in Coastal Earth Science Research. The course is ideally suited for those students who seek to develop more in-depth skills and an advanced understanding of the concepts behind modern tools for detecting, describing, and estimating spatial patterns and trends in earth observing satellite data.  The course specifically addresses ways of investigating the spatial continuity that is an essential feature of natural phenomena.

WHEN:   Monday & Wednesday: 1:30-2:50

  Ocean Science Building, Room 111
  The Spatial Analysis Lab.

  Dr. Miles G. Logsdon; mlog@u.washington.edu
  Dr. Stefanie Kirschke; stkirsch@u.washington.edu
  Dr. Seelye Martin; (guest lecturer)
  Dr. Brandon Sackmann (guest lecturer)