Digital processing of geodata

Undergraduate 2nd year – 7.5 credits, Course code GG5103
Start Fall term period 2
Language: Swedish and English

The course addresses the digital analysis and presentation of geological, geographical and geophysical data. Lectures on digital data analyses (formatting, filtering, digital elevation model, creation of maps and computer visualization) alternate with practical exercises (treatment and analysis of geoscience data). The course includes script programming; results of the programming exercises are used to create digital elevation models and digital maps with GIS (Geographic Information Systems). Focus is placed on providing applied basic knowledge in digital data analysis and digital mapping for geoscience research and industry.

The Schedule for HT17 is available now

 

Course Director
Richard GyllencreutzRichard Gyllencreutz
Department of Geological Sciences

Stockholm University
106 91 Stockholm

richard.gyllencreutz[at]geo.su.se

Admission requirements

Knowledge equivalent to 60 credits in Geology or Geoscience, where Geology 30 credits (GG2006) or equivalent must be included. Alternatively Geology 30 credits (GG2006), Mathematics for Geoscience 15 credits (MM1007) and Chemistry for Geoscientists 15 credits (KZ2003) or equivalent.

Application

Please apply at: www.antagning.se 

Registration

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Syllabus

 Available only in Swedish.

Schedule 2017


The course is given each year during fall terms, period 3.

Course literature

Heywood, I., Cornelius, S., Carver, S., 2011. An Introduction to Geographical Information Systems, 4th edition, 496 pages. ISBN: 0-27372-259-X

Examination

Written exam and report (equal weight).

See also Syllabus.

 

 

Department of Geological Sciences
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