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2014-2015 Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Catalog FINAL VERSION - Closed for Revisions

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GEOG 686 - GIS and GPS Applications in Forestry Management


Description:
Design and implementation of silviculture spatial databases using GIS tools. Acquisition and capture of forestry data using global positioning systems (GPS) differential techniques. Use of GIS in forest stewardship assessment, tree stand management and recreational appraisal.

Prerequisites:
GEOG 279 GEOG 676  or cons instr.

2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab. Field Trip/Fee: Field trips are required.

3 cr.

Available for undergraduate credit as GEOG 486 .



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