ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES 3700 Introduction to Spatial Information for Environment and Natural Resources. (2 Credit Hours) Semester Syllabus

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1 ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES 3700 Introduction to Spatial Information for Environment and Natural Resources COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Kris Jaeger Assistant Professor 359 Kottman Hall (Mondays and Tuesdays) 132 Williams Hall, Wooster (2 Credit Hours) Semester Syllabus Office Hours: M 12:00-3:00 PM, or by appointment ( is best), 359 Kottman Hall Teaching Assistants: Jared Shaffer, Paul Soltesz, TIMES AND LOCATION: Lecture: M 3:00-3:55 PM, Parker Food Sciences Building 118 Laboratory: 4 Lab Meeting Groups, Kottman Hall Room 231 Lab Group 1: M 5:15PM - 7:15PM Lab Group 2: T 11:10AM - 1:10PM Lab Group 3: T 3:00PM - 5:00PM Lab Group 4: W 1:50PM - 3:55PM STUDENT LEARNING GOALS: Students gain an understanding of the principles, theories, and methods of geospatial information, the development and application of technologies for spatial data acquisition, organization and applications (including Geographic Information Systems GIS, Remote Sensing RI, and Geographic Positioning Systems GPS), the implications of readily available spatial information and the potential of science and technology to address problems of the contemporary world. EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES: 1. Students understand the basic facts, principles, theories and methods of spatial information management, specifically GIS, RS and GPS technologies. 2. Students learn key events in the history of spatial data acquisition, organization and use. 3. Students explore examples of the interdependence of scientific and technological developments and management of the Earth s resources. 4. Students discuss social and philosophical implications of scientific discoveries and understand the potential of science and technology to address problems of the contemporary world, particularly environmental issues, food security, and human health. ENR 3700 Spring 2013 Syllabus - 1

2 SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES: 1. Understand the nature of spatial information of the environment. 2. Explore various technologies for data acquisition and organization. 3. Learn about important spatial information forms and representations. 4. Examine the role of spatial information and systems in understanding and managing natural resources 5. Learn about methods for assessing environmental change. Learning goals and objectives will be satisfied through a sequence of lectures, computer lab exercises and demonstrations, in-class discussions, quizzes, individual feedback, assigned readings and written projects. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This introductory course in spatial information for natural resources and environment presents the basic concepts and vocabulary of spatial information systems and geospatial technologies, particularly in the context of environmental management. During the course we will examine spatial information systems, remote sensing and aerial imagery, GPS systems for spatial location, spatial modeling, and methods for assessment of temporal change in natural and managed ecosystems. Students will learn how to access and use a variety of spatial data including map data, digital aerial photography and high-resolution satellite imagery in conjunction with geographic information systems (GIS), digital elevation models (DEMs), and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) to solve problems in the natural resources. There will be a basic introduction to traditional paper-based maps and aerial photos. However, the emphasis is on computer-based interpretation, measurement, and analysis of digital vertical imagery, and integration with other spatial data. The central goal is to teach students how to use a wide range of data in GIS software, as would be expected for many jobs (private and public) in natural resources management. Basic geographic and cartographic principles such as resolution, distortion, and map scale will be introduced. Students will learn to make professional quality maps for presentations and reports using GIS. An introduction to basic non-digital interpretation techniques using paper aerial photographs will be provided. We will learn techniques to capture and analyze information from digital imagery for use in modern GIS software. An introduction to the wide range of problems in the natural and environmental resources where spatial data are useful will be discussed. Applications of spatial information in a variety of natural resource management scenarios including agriculture, forestry, wildlife, wetlands and aquatic systems, urban and other highly disturbed systems will be introduced. Students will learn how to identify a wide range of natural and anthropogenic features in aerial imagery and to make basic measurements for natural resources inventory and land use change. The basic skills needed to use air photos, multi-band satellite imagery, and digital elevation models within geographic information systems (ArcGIS, Google Earth) will be practiced. In addition, students will be introduced to public sources for free digital vertical imagery to use in this class and future work. ENR 3700 Spring 2013 Syllabus - 2

3 COURSE MATERIALS: The following textbooks are useful, but not required: GIS Fundamentals: A First Text on Geographic Information Systems Author: Paul Bolstad Paperback: 620 pages Publisher: Eider Press; Third Edition (2007) ISBN-13: Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation Authors: Thomas Lillesand, Ralph W. Kiefer, Jonathan Chipman Publisher: Wiley; 6 edition (2007) ISBN-13: Other readings and media required or recommended for the course will be posted on Carmen. PREREQUISITES: Not open to students with credit for ENR 324. COURSE CONTENT: Reading assignments from textbooks and online sources are intended to complement lecture material presented in class, and will be referenced on the Carmen page for the course. Most lectures will be directly related to assigned readings. The objective of the lectures will be to present and clarify important concepts and provide some supplemental material. Students are responsible for subject matter covered in lecture, assigned readings, and any handouts. Handout pages of all lectures will be provided on the course web page on Carmen. ASSESSMENT FORMAT: The course will be assessed using performance on 4 quizzes, a midterm exam, 9 laboratory assignments, and a final group project. The lowest quiz score and lowest lab score for each student will be dropped. The quizzes will be given in-class approximately every three weeks on the previous three weeks lecture and laboratory materials. Most lab sessions will involve an assignment to complete and turn in at the end of lab or a later lab session; most will be turned in to a Carmen drop box. Attendance at both the lecture and laboratory is mandatory. Each student will be allowed to make up one EXCUSED absence (sickness, death in family etc.). Please note there will be no lecture on Jan 21 in observance of Martin Luther King Day. There will also be no lab meeting for this week, but the lab will be substituted with a short assignment to be submitted through Carmen. The midterm exam will be held during the 7th week lecture (Feb 25, 2013). The midterm will cover all material from lectures 1-6 and all labs completed up to this point. Exams will not involve computer work. The final is comprehensive, but post midterm material will be emphasized. ENR 3700 Spring 2013 Syllabus - 3

4 TASK Points % of Grade Quizzes (3 of 4) Weekly Laboratory (8 of 9) Midterm Exam Final Exam TOTAL The grading scale is A=90%, B=80%, C=70%, D=60%, E less than 50%. COURSE OUTLINE AND SCHEDULE: Please note that the lecture and laboratory topics are subject to change depending on our progress through the lecture material and the laboratory exercises. In particular, some laboratory exercises may take more than 1 session to complete. Tentative Lecture Schedule Session Date Topic 1 1/7/2013 Introduction to Spatial Concepts 2 1/14/2013 Representing Spatial Information 1/21/2013 MLK No Class 3 1/28/2013 Projections 4 2/4/2013 Geographic Orientation 5 2/11/2013 Using GIS, GIS Analysis 6 2/18/2013 Introduction to Remote Sensing 7 2/25/2013 Mid-Term Exam 8 3/4/2013 Geomorphometry and Terrain analysis 3/11/2013 Spring Break No Class 9 3/18/2013 Aerial Imagery and Mapping 10 3/25/2013 Introduction to Global Positioning Systems (GPS) 11 4/1/2013 Introduction to LiDAR 12 4/8/2013 Applications: Vegetation 13 4/15/2013 Applications: Water Resources 14 4/22/2013 Final Review Tentative Laboratory Schedule 1 - Integrated Analysis of Imagery Google Earth and Web Soil Survey 2 - Introduction to ArcGIS: ArcCatalog and ArcMap 3 - Accessing Federal Sources of Image and GIS Data, Introduction to ArcMap 4 - Using Google Earth as a GIS and Image Viewer 5 - Using Imagery from Google Earth in ArcGIS - Georeferencing 6 - Terrain Analysis, Watershed Delineation 7 - Using Remote Sensed Data: Imagery to asses Lake Erie water quality 8 - Importing GPS into GIS 9 - LiDAR in Forestry ENR 3700 Spring 2013 Syllabus - 4

5 ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT: It is the responsibility of the Committee on Academic Misconduct to investigate or establish procedures for the investigation of all reported cases of student academic misconduct. The term academic misconduct includes all forms of student academic misconduct wherever committed; illustrated by, but not limited to, cases of plagiarism and dishonest practices in connection with examinations. Instructors shall report all instances of alleged academic misconduct to the committee (Faculty Rule ). For additional information, see the Code of Student Conduct ( DISABILITY SERVICES Students with disabilities that have been certified by the Office for Disability Services will be appropriately accommodated, and should inform the instructor as soon as possible of their needs. The Office for Disability Services is located in 150 Pomerene Hall, 1760 Neil Avenue; telephone , TDD ; ENR 3700 Spring 2013 Syllabus - 5

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