Traditional and computer lab activities to develop understanding of scale, coordinate systems, geodesy, direction, projections, traditional land surveying techniques, global positioning systems (GPS), remote sensing, geographic information systems (GIS), cartography. Required: Concurrent with GSP101 or Instructor Approval
May 28-July 19, 2019
Class #: 31019
Education Nicolas teaches in the Department of Environmental Sciences at Humboldt State University. He holds an M.S. from Humboldt State University and received his B.A. at California State University - San Bernardino. His research and training has been in GIS, Cartography, Mapping Sciences, and Environmental Science. He has taught GSP 101: Geospatial Concepts; GSP 270: GIS; and GSP 370: Intermediate GIS.
Amy Rock is a professor in the Department of Geography at Humboldt State University. She holds a Ph.D. in geography from Kent State University; an M.A. in geography from Ohio University; and a B.G.S. in architectural history from Ohio University. Her research and training has been in community development, rural development, GIS, cartography, participatory GIS and citizen mapping. She has taught GSP 270: GIS; GSP 316: Cartography; GSP 416: Advanced Cartography; and GSP 426: Cartography Practicum.