Spring, 1 Credit, 5-week Session 3, Wed 3:00-5:30pm
Instructor: Evan Thomas, N292D
This course covers an overview of qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis methods. Students will use remote sensing and in-situ data, and analysis tools to monitor food and water security, and disaster forecasting and preparedness actions. Other activities include the use of mWater and GIS mapping tools for water access assessment, and the use of LandPKS app for soil quality characterization, vegetation monitoring, and land management. Furthermore, instrumentation and experimental protocols to characterize indoor air quality related to different cooking technologies will be presented and employed.