GEOG 380
GEOG 580
Remote Sensing: Principles and Applications

Fundamentals of satellite remote sensing and image analysis. Topics include physical principles of remote sensing from the ultraviolet to the microwave, sensors and sensor technology, and environmental applications of remote sensing through image analysis.
Offered: Fall (in-person), Winter (Ecampus)
GEOG 423/523
Snow Hydrology

Fundamentals of snow hydrology. Physical principles of snow formation, snowpack accumulation, energy balance, snowcover-climate interactions, snow metamorphism, snowpack ablation, snowpack/snowmelt chemistry, remote sensing of snow, avalanches, field methods, snowmelt/runoff modeling techniques, and watershed processes.
Offered: Winter (in-person)
GEOG 424/524
Hydrology for Water Resources Management

Fundamentals of watershed hydrology in the context of water resources management. Examines conceptual, quantitative, and geographic analyses of the hydrologic cycle. Explores historical and enduring challenges of watershed management for water extremes, water use, and climate.
Offered: Winter (in-person)

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