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remote sensing training

  • GEM 403- Environmental Remote Sensing

    This course introduces the student to the basics of using remote sensing data for environmental management. The first part of the course will cover the principles of remote sensing and techniques to acquire, enhance, interpret and analyze remote sensing imagery using visual and computer-based methods. The second part of the course deals with the ...

    By School of the Environment-University of Toronto based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA).

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    EGSS is conducting tailor made fast track training programs Remote Sensing and GIS software, use of Environmental software for specific projects like plume modeling, noise modeling, air modeling, wind rose diagrams, Health, Safety and Environment to various clients in India.

    By Environmental & Geo Spatial Solutions (EGSS) based in Chennai, INDIA.

  • GEM 401- Advanced GIS For Environmental Management

    This course builds on GEM 400 and covers advanced topics in spatial analysis and data modeling using geographic information systems for environmental management. Students learn how to interpret remotely sensed data including multispectral satellite imagery and high resolution aerial photography to map and analyze land cover patterns, such as ...

    By School of the Environment-University of Toronto based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • GEM 402- Geospatial Technologies For Environmental Mapping With GIS

    This course outlines the fundamentals of geographic coordinate systems and projections, content and layout topographic maps, map reading, interpretation and measurement, as well as using topographic maps as a base for thematic mapping. Aerial photographs, widely used in many environmental applications, are also discussed in detail. The course ...

    By School of the Environment-University of Toronto based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • The Ecological Significance of High Flows on Alluvial Rivers

    This dynamic and hands-on course provides an introduction to the science of flood dynamics and why they are important to stream and river ecology. High flows flush organic matter from the channel, maintain channel geometry by transporting sediment, form new channels by geomorphic processes, and provide essential conditions for fish migration and ...

    By Northwest Environmental Training Center (NWETC) based in Issaquah, WASHINGTON (USA). from Water Training line

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