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GISCI 241

: Principles of Remote Sensing
2023 Semester Two (1235)
An introduction to remote sensing tools and techniques and their application within the earth, environmental and urban environments. The course focuses on the processing, analysis and interpretation of data collected by government and commercial satellites, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and aerial photography. The course introduces image interpretation, multispectral images, supervised and unsupervised image classification and change detection. Techniques for analysing remote sensing data are introduced through a series and lab-based activities and are applied during an independent project.
Subject: Geographic Information Science
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
1302

GISCI 241

: Principles of Remote Sensing
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An introduction to remote sensing tools and techniques and their application within the earth, environmental and urban environments. The course focuses on the processing, analysis and interpretation of data collected by government and commercial satellites, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and aerial photography. The course introduces image interpretation, multispectral images, supervised and unsupervised image classification and change detection. Techniques for analysing remote sensing data are introduced through a series and lab-based activities and are applied during an independent project.
Subject: Geographic Information Science
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
1303

GISCI 241

: Principles of Remote Sensing
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An introduction to remote sensing tools and techniques and their application within the earth, environmental and urban environments. The course focuses on the processing, analysis and interpretation of data collected by government and commercial satellites, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and aerial photography. The course introduces image interpretation, multispectral images, supervised and unsupervised image classification and change detection. Techniques for analysing remote sensing data are introduced through a series and lab-based activities and are applied during an independent project.
Subject: Geographic Information Science
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
1304

GISCI 241

: Principles of Remote Sensing
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An introduction to remote sensing tools and techniques and their application within the earth, environmental and urban environments. The course focuses on the processing, analysis and interpretation of data collected by government and commercial satellites, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and aerial photography. The course introduces image interpretation, multispectral images, supervised and unsupervised image classification and change detection. Techniques for analysing remote sensing data are introduced through a series and lab-based activities and are applied during an independent project.
Subject: Geographic Information Science
Prerequisite: 15 points from EARTHSCI 210, GEOG 140, 210, GISCI 140
1305

GISCI 242

: Principles of GIScience
2023 Semester One (1233)
Spatial analysis and GIScience applications of spatial data handling for built and natural environments within the context of theoretical frameworks for understanding human-driven and physical phenomena. Develops advanced practical knowledge of methodology and applications for changing environments. Focus topics include climate change, air pollution, healthcare access, transportation, and 3D game worlds.
Subject: Geographic Information Science
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
Restriction: GEOG 318
1306

GISCI 242

: Principles of GIScience
2022 Semester One (1223)
Spatial analysis and GIScience applications of spatial data handling for built and natural environments within the context of theoretical frameworks for understanding human-driven and physical phenomena. Develops advanced practical knowledge of methodology and applications for changing environments. Focus topics include climate change, air pollution, healthcare access, transportation, and 3D game worlds.
Subject: Geographic Information Science
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
Restriction: GEOG 318
1307

GISCI 242

: Principles of GIScience
2021 Semester One (1213)
Spatial analysis and GIScience applications of spatial data handling for built and natural environments within the context of theoretical frameworks for understanding human-driven and physical phenomena. Develops advanced practical knowledge of methodology and applications for changing environments. Focus topics include climate change, air pollution, healthcare access, transportation, and 3D game worlds.
Subject: Geographic Information Science
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
Restriction: GEOG 318
1308

GISCI 242

: Principles of GIScience
2020 Semester One (1203)
Spatial analysis and GIScience applications of spatial data handling for human environments within the context of a theoretical framework for understanding the caveats and ethics of mapping persons in place. Develops advanced practical knowledge of techniques and methodologies in a vector model spatial analysis environment as developed through applications for housing, social wellbeing and inequality, disease, and access to public transportation.
Subject: Geographic Information Science
Prerequisite: 15 points from EARTHSCI 210, GEOG 140, 210, GISCI 140
Restriction: GEOG 318
1309

GISCI 341

: Remote Sensing of Surface Processes
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Key concepts of geographic information science as applied to earth and environmental sciences. Monitoring, analysis, visualisation and modelling of landscape change for terrestrial and coastal environments, using imagery from satellites, airplanes (LiDAR) and UAVs. Principles and practice of field techniques, including RTK-GPS, LiDAR and UAV piloting will be reviewed with application to catchment management, conservation, natural hazards and civil infrastructure.
Subject: Geographic Information Science
Prerequisite: GISCI 241
Restriction: GEOG 317
1310

GISCI 343

: GIScience Programming and Development
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Programming and scripting-based techniques for spatial big data analysis, spatial data handling, modelling, automation, and development for the GIScience domain.
Subject: Geographic Information Science
Prerequisite: 15 points from GISCI 241, 242, GEOG 317, 318
1311

GISCI 343

: GIScience Programming and Development
2022 Semester One (1223)
Programming and scripting-based techniques for spatial big data analysis, spatial data handling, modelling, automation, and development for the GIScience domain.
Subject: Geographic Information Science
Prerequisite: 15 points from GISCI 241, 242, GEOG 317, 318
1312

GISCI 399

: Capstone: GIScience
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Students will independently demonstrate domain knowledge through applying their skills as members of groups completing a community-based GIScience projects serving needs identified by community stakeholders. Groups will be assembled based on skillsets of individual students (e.g., programming, remote sensing, advanced vector analysis, etc.), and students will be assessed on their independent contributions to the group project.
Subject: Geographic Information Science
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage III in Geographic Information Science
1313

GISCI 399

: Capstone: GIScience
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Students will independently demonstrate domain knowledge through applying their skills as members of groups completing a community-based GIScience projects serving needs identified by community stakeholders. Groups will be assembled based on skillsets of individual students (e.g., programming, remote sensing, advanced vector analysis, etc.), and students will be assessed on their independent contributions to the group project.
Subject: Geographic Information Science
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage III in Geographic Information Science
1314

MARINE 100

: The Oceans Around Us
2023 Semester One (1233)
A multidisciplinary approach to understanding the importance of our oceans in terms of natural processes and human uses and values. It includes an understanding of the physical and biological processes in the ocean and how they are addressed through ocean management in New Zealand and internationally, allowing informed debate about the future of the ocean realm.
Subject: Marine Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1315

MARINE 100

: The Oceans Around Us
2022 Semester One (1223)
A multidisciplinary approach to understanding the importance of our oceans in terms of natural processes and human uses and values. It includes an understanding of the physical and biological processes in the ocean and how they are addressed through ocean management in New Zealand and internationally, allowing informed debate about the future of the ocean realm.
Subject: Marine Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1316

MARINE 100

: The Oceans Around Us
2021 Semester One (1213)
An interdisciplinary approach to understanding the importance of our oceans as the driver of our climate, source of sustenance, and focus of domestic and international political, economic and legal negotiations. It is framed around physical and biological processes in the ocean which raise questions for ocean management in NZ and internationally, allowing real-world debate about the future of the ocean realm.
Subject: Marine Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1317

MARINE 100

: The Oceans Around Us
2020 Semester One (1203)
An interdisciplinary approach to understanding the importance of our oceans as the driver of our climate, source of sustenance, and focus of domestic and international political, economic and legal negotiations. It is framed around physical and biological processes in the ocean which raise questions for ocean management in NZ and internationally, allowing real-world debate about the future of the ocean realm.
Subject: Marine Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1318

MARINE 100G

: The Oceans Around Us
2021 Semester One (1213)
An interdisciplinary approach to understanding the importance of our oceans as the driver of our climate, source of sustenance, and focus of domestic and international political, economic and legal negotiations. It is framed around physical and biological processes in the ocean which raise questions for ocean management in NZ and internationally, allowing real-world debate about the future of the ocean realm.
Subject: Marine Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1319

MARINE 100G

: The Oceans Around Us
2020 Semester One (1203)
An interdisciplinary approach to understanding the importance of our oceans as the driver of our climate, source of sustenance, and focus of domestic and international political, economic and legal negotiations. It is framed around physical and biological processes in the ocean which raise questions for ocean management in NZ and internationally, allowing real-world debate about the future of the ocean realm.
Subject: Marine Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1320

MARINE 202

: Principles of Marine Science
2023 Semester One (1233)
An introduction to the physical and biological structure of the oceans, sea floor, coastlines and the biological communities that inhabit them. Subject matter includes an overview of the nature and scope of marine science globally and within the New Zealand and Auckland contexts. A wide coverage of marine science issues are presented with an emphasis on multidisciplinary examples.
Subject: Marine Science
Prerequisite: MARINE 100 or 30 points at Stage I in BSc courses
1321

MARINE 202

: Principles of Marine Science
2022 Semester One (1223)
An introduction to the physical and biological structure of the oceans, sea floor, coastlines and the biological communities that inhabit them. Subject matter includes an overview of the nature and scope of marine science globally and within the New Zealand and Auckland contexts. A wide coverage of marine science issues are presented with an emphasis on multidisciplinary examples.
Subject: Marine Science
Prerequisite: MARINE 100 or 30 points at Stage I in BSc courses
1322

MARINE 202

: Principles of Marine Science
2021 Semester One (1213)
An introduction to the physical and biological structure of the oceans, sea floor, coastlines and the biological communities that inhabit them. Subject matter includes an overview of the nature and scope of marine science globally and within the New Zealand and Auckland contexts. A wide coverage of marine science issues are presented with an emphasis on multidisciplinary examples. No formal prerequisite, although an understanding of Stage I level science is assumed.
Subject: Marine Science
Prerequisite: MARINE 100 or 30 points at Stage I in BSc courses
1323

MARINE 202

: Principles of Marine Science
2020 Semester One (1203)
An introduction to the physical and biological structure of the oceans, sea floor, coastlines and the biological communities that inhabit them. Subject matter includes an overview of the nature and scope of marine science globally and within the New Zealand and Auckland contexts. A wide coverage of marine science issues are presented with an emphasis on multidisciplinary examples. No formal prerequisite, although an understanding of Stage I level science is assumed.
Subject: Marine Science
Prerequisite: MARINE 100 or 30 points at Stage I in BSc courses
1324

MARINE 302

: Dynamics of Marine Systems
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Fundamental processes in the marine environment with an emphasis on interdisciplinary linkages in the functioning of marine ecosystems. Topics include: the role of fluid dynamics in the lives of marine animals and in shaping the physical marine environment, and interdisciplinary studies of marine ecosystems.
Subject: Marine Science
Prerequisite: MARINE 202 or 30 points at Stage II in BSc courses
1325

MARINE 302

: Dynamics of Marine Systems
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Fundamental processes in the marine environment with an emphasis on interdisciplinary linkages in the functioning of marine ecosystems. Topics include: the role of fluid dynamics in the lives of marine animals and in shaping the physical marine environment, and interdisciplinary studies of marine ecosystems.
Subject: Marine Science
Prerequisite: MARINE 202 or 30 points at Stage II in BSc courses