Curricular ItemsPosted: Thursday, October 13, 2016
The following were submitted to the College Senate Office by the 15th of the month and have been forwarded to the College Senate Curriculum Committee for review on October 25:
GEG 583 Geographic Information Interpolation Methods. Prerequisite: GEG 525 or equivalent. Geographic information interpolation methods to predict continuously distributed large datasets of geographic features using sampled data. Two approaches identified in practice: deterministic interpolation and geostatistical interpolation. Concepts and theories of geographic information interpolation models and their application, in particular for multivariable analysis. Offered occasionally.
Course Revision with Intellectual Foundations Designation:
GEG 206 Geography of New York State. Landforms, regions, climates, and natural resources; distribution of population; location and functions of cities; development of transportation; use and conservation of soil, mineral, forest, wildlife, and water resources; industrial development. Offered annually each fall semester.