Open to all juniors, seniors and grad students! Visitors to lectures are welcome!
UN 4000 Remote Sensing Seminar Series
1 credit class CRN# 84993 Fall Semester 2001
Every Monday 4 pm Dow Building room 642;
Purpose of the class:
This is a class built around an interdisciplinary seminar series on Remote Sensing topics. It is meant to give an introduction to this rapidly developing research field for our students. It is meant for students in the Minor program in Remote Sensing, which can be taken by majors in at least 9 departments. It is also of possible interest to graduate and undergraduate students interested in remote sensing and related topics.
The theme of this fall's class is: Transdisciplinary Environmental Research
The class grade is determined by attendance and participation. There are no exams or written assignments. The class coordinator is Prof William Rose, Geological Engineering (307 Dow; 487-2367; firstname.lastname@example.org)
Schedule of Speakers (tentative!):
Sept 17---- seminar cancelled, visiting speaker could not travel by air as planned, rescheduled for Nov 26!
Jeremy Shannon, Ph D candidate, Geological Engineering & Sciences
Nov 5 ---Eruptive History and Hazards of Mount Rainier, Washington
Dr James Vallance, US Geological Survey/Cascade Volcano Observatory
Dec 3 ---Topographic influences on the spatial organization of thunderstorms in mountainous regions
Dr Deborah Nykanen, Civil & Environmental Engineering
Dec 7 (note this is a friday!) ---Periodic Behavior in Lava Dome Eruptions--non linear dynamic modeling of natural processes
Refreshments and questions by attendees are part of each session.