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I currently teach at Ohio University

 

GEOG 201 Environmental Geography  -Geographic survey of environmental changes caused by human activities. Focus on resource availability and use, pollution of air, water, and biosphere, energy problems, interactions of humans with plant and animal communities. Click here for a copy of the course syllabus

GEOG 353/553 Environmental Planning -An introduction to the development, implementation, and operation of activities to guide landscape development. Emphasis on interaction between natural and social systems, methods of environmental analysis,
and the evolution of environmental planning strategies.
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GEOG 358 Environmental Risk Assessment  - Systematic introduction to the concepts, problems, and methods that guide the identification and assessment of environmental risk with emphasis on natural hazards and their geophysical dimensions. Click here for a copy of the course syllabus

GEOG 440/540 Environmental Impact Analysis  - Introduction to analytic techniques, legal responsibilities, and administrative procedures in evaluating environmental impacts of land use change. Practice in the production of environmental impact statements and in documenting scientific research. Click here for a copy of the course syllabus

GEOG 466/566 Remote Sensing - Application of computer-based statistical pattern recognition techniques to the digital analysis and classification of remotely-sensed imagery. Includes lab. Click here for a copy of the course syllabus

GEOG 467/567 Remote Sensing Applications In depth examination of advanced remote sensing methodologies and applications including advanced image processing, hyper-spectral analysis, soft image classification, and sensor fusion focused on their use in the environmental geo-sciences. Click here for a copy of the course syllabus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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