MAST-867 MODIS Remote Sensing
Andreas Muenchow, Spring 2010

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Meetings: Tuesday 9:00-10:15 in 203 Robinson Hall and Friday 11:15-12:30 in 207 Robinson Hall

Instructor: Andreas Münchow

Goal: Provide each student with a set of tools and skills to confidently handle and understand Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) data and its application to oceanography and meteorology.

Format: We will use a number of active learning methods with a strong focus on working in teams to approach solutions to open-ended problems in oceanography and meteorology ("problem-based learning"). This will include writing and presentation of proposed solutions to such problems. The instructor will give introductory lectures, but this will NOT be a traditional lecture style course.


Expectations: Each student shall

Grading: 60% for problem-based projects, 40% individual in-class participation and presentations.

Exam: None, but occasional quizzes related to lectures

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