Department of Geography

Summer 2014 Field Course

GTECH 351/751
Field Techniques in Geography

Acadia National Park
Mt. Desert Island, Maine

Saturday May 24th to Saturday May 31st

Information Meeting Wednesday March 5th at 1:00pm and 5:30pm in room 1004N
Contact Tom Walter if you can't attend the meeting.

There will be one 3-hour meeting in late April/early May to prepare for the trip and a wrap-up meeting after we return.

Summer course registration begins March 11th and ends April 16th. There will be no late registration.

Registration begins March 11, 2014.
A deposit of $600 and individual data form is required
before permission to registered can be granted.
Read the detailed syllabus (below) for more information.

 

 Preference will be given to undergraduate geography and environmental studies majors and minors. Masterís students in geography will be considered. GIS Certificate students can use this course towards their degree requirements. PhD students can not use this course towards their degree requirements.

Detailed Syllabus and Information

Ground-Truth Data

Course Final Write Up Guidelines

Point-Centered Quarter Sampling

Remote Sensing

Earth Coordinates Systems ****New: 7/14/14****
Unsupervised Classification Map with Legend

CUNY Waiver Form

GPS & Maps

Individual Data Form

Maine Course Overview ppt

Geology of Acadia NP

Required Reading


Cadillac Mt.


South Trail, Cadillac Mt.


Catherine with a "C"


Mariya, Gil, Reva &
"Too Cool" Dani


Kirin & Eric


Lila & Dom


Reva

 


Glenn


Gil & Mariya


Cliff Demonstrating Various Angles of Repose

 


Leave Me Alone!


Lila Contacting the Mother Ship


Scat-Man Dom


Jasper Beach


On Top of Lubek Bay Bog


Our Home

 


Kimi


Lila & Tom


Give Me Serenity!


Playing in the Clay


Lubek Bay Peat Bog


Lunch On The Trail
Check out Cliff...


Mariya & Gil

 

Kathryn with a "K" skipping rocks!

Tom at Delorme Mapping