Resource Description

"Exploring Imagery and Elevation Data in GIS Applications" (GEOG 480) focuses on the use of remotely sensed imagery and elevation data in GIS applications. Students enrolling in GEOG 480 should have a solid conceptual foundation in geospatial information science and technology. GEOG 480 is appropriate for those who are already working in the geospatial profession and wish to use imagery and elevation data in visualization and spatial analysis. Throughout the course, students confront realistic remote sensing problem scenarios that incorporate such skills and concepts as definition of data needs, metadata content standards, data formats and types, and analysis methods.

This resource is part of the following programs: Graduate Certificate in Remote Sensing and Earth Observation, Master of Professional Studies in Homeland Security, Master of Science In Spatial Data Science, Masters of Geographic Information Systems, Postbaccalaureate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems, and Postbaccalaureate Certificate in Geospatial Intelligence Applications.

Course Number

GEOG 480

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CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

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Karen Schuckman

Karen Schuckman is an Assistant Teaching Professor at Penn State University, teaching remote sensing and geospatial technology in the online programs offered by the John A. Dutton e-Education Institute. She has been teaching at Penn State since 2007, prior to which she worked extensively in private industry as a photogrammetrist and GIS consultant. She also serves as a Program Manager for the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS).

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