Environmental Monitoring and Modelling

Environmental Monitoring and Modelling

Mon, 04/11/2013 - 08:00 to Fri, 08/11/2013 - 17:00

Dr Karen Joyce has been working in the field of remote sensing for fourteen years in academic, industry, government, and military roles.

She has a strong history of applied remote sensing research, with a particular interest incorporating remote sensing into the disaster management cycle to create informed decision support tools.

She is currently the remote sensing and earth sciences lecturer at Charles Darwin University, and is responsible for the education in this discipline for more than one hundred undergraduate and postgraduate students each year.




Charles Darwin University
Ellengowan Drive
Casuarina NT 0810

This course provides intensive training in image processing and spatial analysis techniques using remote sensing and GIS.

We look specifically at analysis procedures that can be applied to generate land cover and habitat maps of both a thematic and quantitative nature, and will explore spatial pattern analysis techniques to quantify patterns present in the landscape. Participants are exposed to a variety of industry standard software programs and gain both theory and practical knowledge applicable in a wide variety of environments.

If you are interested in learning more about how remote sensing and spatial analysis tools can assist with environmental mapping and monitoring, then this course is for you!

Deadline for enrolments: Monday 28 October, 2013

For more information please contact Karen Joyce: karen.joyce@cdu.edu.au

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