ICYA-3605 Sistemas de Información Geográfica y Planificación Ambiental
Geographic information management is essential in any project related to natural resources planning. Good management and planning of these phenomena or resources requires locating and monitoring them, allowing the arrangement or interpretation of their changes. This course intends to provide the theoretical and practical elements necessary to formulate appropriate solutions to the different problems that appear in environmental management. Using Geographic Information Systems, students will develop the ability to manage and analyze geographic information, simulate and model impacts that solve and help decision-making by the generation of spatial knowledge for environmental planning. It will allow the understanding of basic cartography concepts, remote perception and Global Positioning System –GPS-, allowing the development of spatial analysis abilities, through multicriteria and multiobjective assessment.
InstructorPerez Arteaga Pedro
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