This unit will be block taught from 2nd to 6th July 2018.
Course may be offered subject to staff availability, please refer to the QMS website for further details. http://www.imas.utas.edu.au/qms/qms-unit-information
QMS units are designed for postgraduate students with a strong background in quantitative analysis, mathematics, physics and chemistry.
Satellite remote sensing has revolutionised the way that marine scientists can study the ocean and the physical and biological processes that are present. Students will gain knowledge of relevant satellites, sensors and techniques that are useful in marine research.
|Unit name||Techniques in Remote Sensing|
|Faculty/School||College of Sciences and Engineering
Institute for Marine & Antarctic Studies
|Discipline||Oceans and Cryosphere|
Dr Kelvin Michael
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
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|Band||Field of Education|
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1 week intensive course (5 days) consisting of lectures and tutorial classes. Typically there will be 15-20 hours of lectures and 15-20 hours of tutorial classes.
Submittable laboratory/class work (60%) and a project report (40%). Students must pass both components to pass the unit.
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