The New York State GIS Association is committed to sharing educational opportunities with GIS Professionals statewide.  Our friends at the NEARC shared an upcoming opportunity from the University of Southern Maine for online GIS Courses in Remote Sensing.

Another great course offering from University of Southern Maine for current students and others looking to learn more about how broad scale satellite data are collected and processed.

Learn to analyze and interpret satellite imagery!

Apply this cutting-edge technology to solve problems in land use and environmental planning, geography, environmental science & policy, anthropology, biology, and more.

See course description below. Register now through MaineStreet Student Self-Service or contact Registration Services, (telephone (207) 780-5230)

Open registration began on Monday, Nov 27. Claim your spot soon!

GEO 305 (undergraduate) or GEO 605 (graduate) Remote Sensing
– Theory and techniques of image processing and analysis for remotely sensed digital data acquired from airplane and satellite platforms. Topics include image enhancement and classifications, spectral analysis, and landscape change detection techniques. Practical applications of natural and built landscapes are considered using remotely sensed datasets and techniques.

Online with in-person meetings on USM Portland campus or possible remote attendance.

Dr. Firooza Pavri, Environmental Geographer and Remote Sensing Researcher