EAEE E4009 Geographic information systems (GIS) for resource, environmental and infrastructure management. 3 points.
Prerequisites: Instructor's permission.
Basic concepts of geomatics, spatial data representation and organization, and analytical tools that comprise GIS are introduced and applied to a variety of problems including watershed protection, environmental risk assessment, material mass balance, flooding, asset management, and emergency response to natural or man-made hazards. Technical content includes geography and map projections, spatial statistics, database design and use, interpolation and visualization of spatial surfaces and volumes from irregularly spaced data, and decision analysis in an applied setting. Taught in a laboratory setting using ArcGIS. Access to New York City and other standard databases. Term projects emphasize information synthesis towards the solution of a specific problem.
Spring 2019: EAEE E4009
|Course Number||Section/Call Number||Times/Location||Instructor||Points||Enrollment|
|EAEE 4009||001/28210||M 7:10pm - 8:25pm
|EAEE 4009||B01/26548||T 8:40pm - 9:55pm
252 Engineering Terrace