GEOG 2500 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems Credits: 4
Course introduces students to the interdisciplinary uses, knowledge, and skill sets of geographic information systems (GIS) for scientific and decision-making arenas. Topics include: datums, coordinate systems and projections; vector and raster models; data acquisition, accuracy, and uncertainty; geodatabases; cartography; data sources; geocoding and geoprocessing; and legal, economic, and ethical issues associated with geographic information.
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