Dr. Donald J. Bogucki

Center for Earth and Environmental Science

 

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Remote Sensing Laboratory

 

Education

1970   PhD, University of Tenessee

1968   MS, University of Tenessee

1966   BA,  University of Connecticut

 

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Research Interests

Wetland and Watershed Relationships
     in the Adirondacks

Wetlands Remote Sensing and Ecology

Debris Slides in the Applachian System

 

Courses

ENV 306  Earth and Atmospheric Processes:   The interaction of atmospheric and geomorphic processes at the Earth's surface with emphasis upon geohazards and natural disasters.

ENV 355  Principles of Remote Sensing:   Introduction to basic electromagnetic energy and its utilization in photographic and non-photographic sensors.  The fundamentals of photo interpretation, photogrammetry, and image analysis will be presented.

ENV 455  Advanced Remote Sensing:   Advanced topics in remote sensing including concepts in electromagnetic energy, sensors and platforms, and digital image processing.  A hands-on approach to image analysis.

GEL 341  Geomorphic Processes:   The study of Earth-surface processes and the origins of landforms and landscapes.

 

 

 

 

 


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This site was last revised on:  Thursday, 15 February 2001

 

 

 

  Donald J. Bogucki, February, 2001

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