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FANR 3800

Technologies and methods used to collect, manage, analyze, and display spatial information for natural resource management. Applications of geographic information systems, aerial photography, satellite remote sensing, and global positioning systems in forest planning, wildlife management, fisheries management, and water resource management.

Credit hours:
3
Prerequisites or Corequisites:

Not open to students with credit in FORS 3910-3910L

Prerequisite: FORS 3000-3000L or FANR 3000-3000L

Corequisite: FANR 3800L

Course name:
Spatial Analysis of Natural Resources