2012-13 Catalog

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Offering Description

GIS and Spatial Analysis

Fall 2012 quarter

Gregory Stewart fluvial geomorphology, geographic information systems

In this course, we will focus on creating and analyzing spatially-referenced data using ArcGIS. Instruction will be offered through a combination of lecture and lab. Weekly lab assignments are likely to require to use of computing facilities outside of class. By the end of the term, students will have identified and completed a geo-spatial analysis project, which they will present to the class. Students should be well-versed in Microsoft Windows file management, but the course requires no previous experience with ArcGIS.

2012 Syllabus

Faculty Bio:

Greg Stewart is a fluvial geomorphologist who teaches as adjunct faculty in the Evening and Weekend Studies and Masters of Environmental Studies programs. Greg is an applied researcher working on issues related to the interaction between humans and fluvial and ecological systems.  He currently works for the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission.  Greg has various teaching interests including the use of geographic information systems theory and practice, fluvial geomorphology, geology, and statistics. Greg holds a B.S. from The Evergreen State College, an M.S. in Watershed Science from Colorado State University, and a Ph.D. in Geology from Oregon State University.

Advertised Schedule
6-10p Mon
Online Learning
Enhanced Online Learning
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