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Dr. George Raber



George Raber is a geographic information scientist with research interests in spatial modeling and remote sensing analysis. Much of my spatial modeling work is currently applied to issues relating to the utilization of geo-spatial analysis techniques to environmental concerns, particularly in coastal regions. I have technical expertise in web mapping, spatial programming and automation as well as remote sensing using small unmanned aerial vehicles (sUAVs).

  • PHD - University of South Carolina-Columbia (2003)
  • MS - University of South Carolina-Columbia (2001)
  • BS - Brigham Young University-Provo (1999)

GHY 210 - Cartography
GHY 217 - Geographic Information Systems,
GHY 411/511 - Remote Sensing
GHY 412/512 - Environmental Remote Sensing
GHY 417/517 - Vector Geographic Information Systems
GHY 418/518 - Spatial Analysis
GHY 468/568 - Spatial Programming and Automation
GHY 469/569 - Web Mapping
GHY 712 - Seminar in Geographic Information Systems
GHY 715 - Quantitative Methods

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Areas of Expertise

GIS, Remote Sensing, Spatial Modeling, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), Conservation, Land Cover Analysis, Scale and Accuracy in Geo-spatial Data