Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing Laboratory
The laboratory provides a forum for a comprehensive education in geographic information systems and remote sensing. The research theme at the Center addresses fundamental issues in agriculture and environmental science.
The Lincoln University Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing (GIS/RS) Laboratory is the University's Center of Excellence for Leadership in GIS, Remote Sensing, Global Positioning System and Earth System Science. The Center receives financial assistance and support from the United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). Other partners who have provided assistance include, but not limited to, NASA Curriculum Improvement Partnership Award Program (CIPA).
The GIS/RS Laboratory serves four important functions for both the University and region:
- An academic teaching facility in support of the Lincoln curriculum
- A regional training center for state, federal agencies and the private industry
- A facility for faculty and staff of Lincoln University and other academic institutions who wish to use GIS and remote sensing techniques in research endeavors
- A specialized entity of Lincoln University where staff are available to contract projects in the applications of GIS, image processing or related technologies
A Windows-based laboratory equipped with state-of-the-art hardware and software.
- 20 Dell workstations
- 1 Dell server
- Printers: Color- Black & White
- ERDAS Imagine 9.1
- ARCGIS 9.2
- ARCINFO 9.0
- ARCVIEW GIS 3.3
- STATISTIX 8.0
- Adobe Photoshop 7.0
GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION SCIENCE (Minor)
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL SCIENCES
To study the principles and applications of the three components of geospatial information science, namely geographic information system, remote sensing and global positioning system.
Minor: A minimum grade of "C" in GIS 208, GIS 301, GIS 316, GIS 401, GIS 411, and GIS 416
GIS Lab Projects
Dr. Samson Tesfaye
- Research Project on Geospatial in Southern Missouri
- Research Project with US Department of Defense