I teach a GIS class most Fall semesters, and sometimes in the Spring. I also point you to the workshops in the GIF, which are terrific short-format classes across a range of geospatial technologies.

ESPM233: GIS for Environmental Sciences & Management

Fall 2007, 2009, 2010-2014, : Wednesdays 9am-12noon, 124 Mulford The objectives of the course are 1) review the GIS basics (data, analysis and product generation) with special reference to data used in managing California environments, 2) to understand the issues surrounding, and algorithms used in a particular GIS application, and 3) to develop an operational GIS project in a chosen area.

ESPM9: Case Studies in Environmental Research- GIS and Health

Spring 2010, 2009, 2008. Team taught with Kevin Koy, Mark O'Connor
Wednesdays 5 - 8pm

ESPM290: Applications in Remote Sensing

Spring 2009: Tuesdays 3:30 - 6:30pm

This course focuses on applications of remote sensing from broad to fine spatial resolutions, and includes consideration of multi-  and hyperspectral imagery.  We cover the background of remote sensing of earth resources and review examples of classification, change detection, object-based image analysis, and accuracy assessment. We focus on a number of image processing software.

ESPM72: Introduction to GIS

Spring 2006. This is an introductory class exploring the concepts, applications, and technology related to geographic information systems (GIS). A GIS is a software package that can be used to capture, analyze, display, and store geographically referenced data.

ESPM290: GIS for Environmental Sciences & Management

Fall 2005, 2003, Spring 2002.

ESPM290: GIS Programming and Advanced Spatial Modeling

Fall 2004.

ESPM190: Urban Environmental Education

Spring 2003.

ESPM275: GIS for Natural Resource Systems

Fall 2000.