Middlebury

 

Jennifer Immich

Teaching Fellow in Geography

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Office Hours: Tuesdays 11:00 am - 12:00 pm, Fridays 9:00 - 11:00 am
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GEOG 0120 - Fundamentals of GIS      

Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems
This course introduces fundamental concepts and methods of geographic information systems (GIS): computer systems for processing location-based data. Through a sequence of applied problems, students will practice how to conceive, gather, manage, analyze, and visualize geographic datasets. Major topics will include raster and vector data structures and operations, geographic frameworks, and principles of cartographic design. (First semester first year students and second semester seniors by waiver) 3 hrs. lect./3 hrs. lab.

DED SOC

Spring 2015

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GEOG 0329 - GIS Historic Landscape Study      

GIS for Historical Landscape Studies
This project and laboratory based course connects the classroom, GIS models, and field methods to study and share stories of post-settlement land-use and landscape change in New England. Drawing on case studies and literature, we will use GIS to explore the complex histories of landscape change. We will study the theoretical foundations of historical geography, as well as landscape analysis using advanced GIS tools (spatial statistics, cost surfaces, viewsheds). Then we move into the field-based component focusing on Addison County, Vermont, learning hands-on surveying techniques used to create GIS data. A web-mapping based project will conclude the course. (GEOG 0120 or GEOG 0320, or by waiver)

DED NOR

Spring 2015

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Teaching Fellow in Geography