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2022/2023
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Physical and Regional Geography

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
D55FRG ZK 2P Czech
Garant předmětu:
Karel Pavelka
Lecturer:
Karel Pavelka
Tutor:
Karel Pavelka
Supervisor:
Department of Geomatics
Synopsis:

The course contains basic information on methods of collecting, sorting and evaluating geomatic-geographic data, methodology of creating studies and modelling in geomatics with a focus on regional applications concerning the world and the Czech Republic. The innovated environment focuses mainly on methods of geospatial data collection and acquisition (photogrammetry, DPZ, RPAS, basic geographic data base of the Czech Republic - ZABAGED and today's new data warehouses, services and geographic information such as Google Earth, map warehouses, satellite data of global character, data collection from free satellite systems).

The course contains basic information on methods of collecting, sorting and evaluating geographic data, methodology of creating geographic studies and geographic modelling with a focus on regional applications related to the Czech Republic. Basic orographic, demographic, economic, political information, etc. Information needed for studying large geosystems and their visualization by cartography and remote sensing methods. Comprehensive preparation of a geographical study of a selected foreign region. Basic geographic data base of the Czech Republic - ZABAGED.

Requirements:

basic knowledge of geography and geodesy

Syllabus of lectures:

The course is organized as a semester-long project with consultations, during which research possibilities are discussed with the goals of the student's doctoral dissertation.

Syllabus of tutorials:

The course is organized as a semester-long project with consultations, during which research possibilities are discussed with the goals of the student's doctoral dissertation.

Study Objective:

presentation skills in geomatics and geography

Study materials:

Dobrovolný, P.: Remote Sensing. Brno. 1998. ISBN: 80-210-1812-7

Lillesand, T.M., Kiefer, R.W., Chipman, J.W.: Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation,

7th Ed., Wiley, 2007. ISBN: 978-1-118-34328-9

Canty, M.J.: Image Analysis, Clasification and Change Detection in Remote Sensing. CRC Taylot& Francis. 2007. ISBN: 0-8493-7251-8

Clifford, N., French, S., & Valentine, G. (Eds.) (2010). Key methods in Geography. (2nd ed.) Sage. ISBN 9781412935081.p.568

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