Center for Remote Sensing and Environmental Analysis
The Center for Remote Sensing and Environmental Analysis (CRSEA), established in 2007, is located adjacent to the Center for Geographic Learning. The facility was funded by a grant from NASA with matching funds provided by the Geography Department and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. The Center combines a dedicated teaching laboratory with a state-of-the-art research and image processing facility. A variety of remote sensing and image processing software is available.
Data Storage Server
Dual Core Xeon Processor 5130 4MB Cache, 2.00GHz, 1333MHz FSB, 4 GB RAM, 1.8 TB Hard Drive storage.
3 High-End Workstations
Dell Precision T1650 Tower Workstation with Intel Core i7-3770 (8M, 3.4GHz, w/HD4000 Graphics), 8GB RAM, 250 GB Solid State Drive + 500GB HDD, 16X DVD +/- RW SATA, and Dell High Color 30 inch UltraSharp Widescreen Digital Flat Panel.
16 Teaching Workstations
Dell OptiPlex 9010 Minitower with 3rd Gen Intel Core i7-3770 (Quad Core, 3.40GHz, 8MB w/HD4000 Graphics), 8GB RAM, 500GB HDD, 16X DVD +/ - RW SATA, and Dell 20 inch UltraSharp Dual Flat Panel.
ERDAS Imagine 2013 Full-Suite with ATCOR, ENVI 5.0 + IDL 8.2, ArcGIS 10.5 and other ESRI products, Adobe CS6 Design and Web Premium, SPSS21, FRAGSTATS 4.2, Geospatial Modeling Environment 0.7.2.*RC2
Courses Taught in CRSEA or with CRSEA support:
- GEOG 110 Introduction to the Natural Environment
- GEOG 328 Global Change and Environmental Systems
- GEOG 486 Environmental Remote Sensing
- GEOG 489 Digital Image Processing
- GEOG 520 Seminar in Physical Geography
- GEOG 530T Monitoring Ecosystem Processes