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  •  GEOG 339 - Computer Mapping

SEAN HARTNETT * GEOGRAPHER * UW-EAU CLAIRE * EAU CLAIRE, WI 54701 - hartnesg@uwec.edu

 GEOG 338 -

REMOTE SENSING OF THE ENVIRONMENT

Prof. Sean Hartnett · Offices: P254 and 275 836-5376 hartnesg@uwec.edu

P186 & P275 Wednesday 6-8:40

Text ­ Lillesand & Kiefer Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation 4th Edition

 

Jan 22 COURSE INTRODUCTION

29 Basics of Eloctro-Magnetic Energy

Feb 5 Aerial Photography & Digital Ortho Photos (DOQs)

12 Aerial Photography/DOQ Interpretation

17 DOQ Interpretation/Mapping in ArcMap

26 Basics of Remote Sensing

March 5 More on Remote Sensing

10 Group Presentations on Remote Sensing Platforms

 

April 2 Remote Sensing Processing in ArcMap Image Analysis

9 Remote Sensing Processing in ArcMap Image Analysis

16 Remote Sensing Processing in ArcMap Image Analysis

23 Project work

30 Project Presentations

May 7 Work on Final Portfolio

 

· · · FINAL EXAM Wednesday May 14 at 7 PM · · ·

 

GRADING: DOQ PROJECT 35% · REMOTE SENSING PLATFORM PRESENTATION 15%

· REMOTE SENSING PROJECT 35% · FINAL PORTFOLIO 15%

GEOGRAPHY 199 COMPUTER TECHNIQUES IN GEOGRAPHY

Prof. Sean Hartnett · Offices: P254 and 275 836-5376 hartnesg@uwec.edu

P266a P275 Section AOA: 1 - 3:40 Tuesdays Section BOB: 1 - 3:40 Thursdays

 

ZIP disks are highly recommended for this class - preferably a IBM PC formatted zip disk.

 

This class is focused on acquiring skills in three technologies central to Environmental Science Research, Analysis, and Presentation.

· Geographic Information Systems (GIS) ArcView, ArcMap/Info, Spatial Analyst

· Global Positioning System (GPS) Trimble ProXR, Pathfinder Office, Garmin 176

· PostScript Graphic Software Adobe Illustrator, Adobe PhotoShop

 

Sept.. 3 or 5 COURSE INTRODUCTION

10 or 12 ArcView · Basics

17 or 19 ArcView · Making Maps

24 or 26 ArcView · Problem Solving

Oct. 1 or 3 GPS · Collecting Data with GPS Receivers

8 or 10 GPS · Mapping Data in Pathfinder Office and ArcView

15 or 17 ArcView · Problem Solving Exam

22 or 24 ArcView · Problem Solving Exam

29 or 31 ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR · Point Symbol Map

Nov. 5 or 7 ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR · Choropleth Map

12 or 14 ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR · Drawing Skills

26 or 28 ADOBE Photoshop · Selecting and Editing Skills

Dec. 3 or 5 ADOBE Photoshop · Making PhotoMaps

10 or 12 Work on Final Portfolio

 

· · · FINAL EXAM Friday December 20 at 1 PM · · ·

 

GRADING: ARCVIEW PROJECT 35% · GPS PROJECT 20% · FINAL PROJECTS 45%

 GEOGRAPHY 280 · INTRODUCTORY CARTOGRAPHY

 

LECTURES: 11-11:50 Tuesday and Thursday Prof. Sean Hartnett

LAB: 1-2:50 Wednesdays Offices: P255 and P275

Lectures in P275 -- Lab in P266a 836-5376

TEXT: Robinson, Sale, Morrison, Muehrcke, ELEMENTS OF CARTOGRAPHY

 

Sept 2 COURSE INTRODUCTION Chapter 1

4 WHAT IS A MAP? MAP CONTENT Chapter 2

9 GRAPHIC VARIABLES and TYPES OF MAP MEDIA Chapter 4, 5, 25

11 LOCATIONAL and THEMATIC MAP SYMBOLIZATION Chapter 26

16 MAP LETTERING Chapter 22

18 MAP SCALE, LOCATION SYSTEMS & MAP PROJECTIONS Chapter 4-6

23 MAPPING RELIEF Chapter 27

25 MAP DESIGN and MAP DESIGN Chapter 18

30 · · · FIRST EXAM · · ·

Oct. 2 WORKING WITH BASE MAPS Chapter 13

7 AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY

9 WORKING WITH MAP DATA Chapter 9&16

14 POINT SYMBOL MAPPING Chapter 26

16 CHOROPLETH MAPPING Chapter 26

21 DOT MAPPING Chapter 26

23 · · · SECOND EXAM · · ·

28 COMPUTER ASSISTED MAPPING Chapter 31

30 POSTSCRIPT MAPPING Chapter 30

Nov. 4 DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING

6 COLOR SPECIFICATION Chapter 19-21

11 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS Chapter 17

13 GIS AND GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS

18 GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS

20 MAPPING GPS DATA

Dec. 2 REMOTE SENSING Chapter 8

4 MAPS OF THE YEAR JUDGING

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· · · FINAL EXAM 1PM THURSDAY ­ DEC 18 · · ·

 

GRADING: FIRST EXAM 17% SECOND EXAM 17% FINAL EXAM 17% LAB PROJECTS 51%

The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire baccalaureate degrees have eleven goals. This courses addresses the six goal in bold type. Each student is also required to keep a portfolio of class assignments, projects, and other materials that demonstrate how they have met these goals in all of your course work. Lab projects and exam essays are very appropriate for this portfolio.

The UWEC Academic Goals are

1. an understanding of a liberal education 2. appreciation of the university as a learning community

3. ability to inquire, think, analyze 4. ability to write, read, speak, listen

5. an understanding of numerical data 6. an historical consciousness

7. international and intercultural experiences 8. an understanding of science and the scientific method

9. an appreciation of the arts 10. an understanding of values

11. an understanding of human behavior and human institutions