Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Course Details

Course Number
NUTR 231

Course Description

Many problems in agriculture, food and nutrition are inherently geographic in nature. For example, livestock production is increasingly concentrated in large feeding operations, leading to new spatial patterns of water and air pollution or foodborne illness. Spatial clustering is equally important for food consumption, nutrition and public health, as in hunger hotspots, food deserts and disease corridors. This course will equip students with the skills needed to capture, analyze and communicate spatial data in geographic information systems (GIS), using a variety of examples from agriculture, food and nutrition.

Class meets in the Sackler Computer Lab, Room 514, except on September 7, October 19, and November 30. 

Syllabus: 

Prerequisites

Graduate standing or instructor consent. 

Terms Offered

Semester/Term SIS Number Meeting Time Location Instructors
Fall 2018 81406 Friday 9:00am - 12:00pm Sackler Computer Lab, Room 514 (unless otherwise note in syllabus) Paul Cote
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