Courses Catalogue

Principles Of Gis And Remote Sensing

ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Environmental Management, Bsc
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: School of Natural and Applied Sciences
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Required Readings



1.      Burrough, A.Peter & McDonell, A.R. (1998). Principles of geographical information systems. Oxford University Press, New York.

2.      Baker, W. H., Janssen, L. L. F., Reeves, C. V., Gorte, B. G. H., Pohl, C., Weir, M. J. C., Horn, J. A., Prakash, A., & Woldai, T. (2001). Principles of Remote Sensing (Second   ed.). Enschede: International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth sciences       (ITC).

3.      Lillesand, T. M., & Kiefer, R. W. (2000). Remote sensing and image and image interpretation (4 ed.). Madison.

4.      Longley, A.Paul..[et al] (1999). Geographical information systems, Volume 2: management issues and applications. 2nd ed. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

5.      Lang, Laura (1998). Managing natural resources with GIS. Environmental Systems           Research Institute, New York.

6.      R. A. (Ed.). (2001). Principles of geographic information systems (2 ed.): International     institute for aerospace survey and earth sciences (ITC).

7.      Edwards, A. J. (Ed.). (2000). Remote sensing handbook for tropical coastal management. Paris: UNESCO.

8.      McCloy, K. R. (1995). Resource management information systems; process and practice. London: Taylor & Francis

9.      Weir, M.J.C., (1993). Introduction to Aerospace Surveys For Natural Resource Management. Lecture notes for NRM.1 course. ITC, Enschede, the Netherlands.

10.  Breyer, J., (1992). Airphoto Interpretation For Urban Surveys. Training manual for           Urban Planning and Training Program, Department of Physical Planning, MLHUD, Kampala, Uganda.

11.  Groten, S.M.E. (ed.), (1994). Land ecology and land use survey. ITC lecture series R3, ITC, Enschede, and the Netherlands.