University of Montana’s Flathead Lake Biological Station is offering a new exciting course this upcoming summer academic session: “Drone Remote Sensing of Freshwater Ecosystems.” This 3-credit upper division course focuses on current methods in GIS and remote sensing for freshwater ecosystem monitoring and management application.
You don’t have to be enrolled at UM to apply; the course is open to students from all institutions and other professionals with prior experience or coursework in GIS and runs Monday-Friday 8-5 PM August 7-18, 2017. See https://flbs.umt.edu more information about FLBS and the summer academic program.
Apply now online at http://flbs.umt.edu/education.
Scholarship materials are due April 3, 2017. Last day to apply/register for Summer Session 2017 is May 24, 2017. Fees are due May 31, 2017.
Take this course and live and study at Flathead Lake Biological Station for two weeks on the east shore of Flathead Lake, Montana.
Get out there and “Change it up!”