Other Courses

Summer Class in Optical Oceanography

University of Maine, USA
Darling Marine Center
Walpole, Maine
July 16-August 18 2001

Class Description

This course integrates measurement, theory, and models to study underwater and remotely-sensed spectral light fields. Course elements include lectures, critical discussions of key papers and concepts, field and laboratory measurements, methods of data analysis, data assimilation into models, round-table discussions, and individual student projects. Students will have the opportunity to measure spectral radiance, irradiance, water-leaving radiance, absorption and scattering coefficients, and other optical properties in the optically-diverse Case II waters of estuarine and coastal Maine. These data sets will be available for use in individual projects. (N.B.: This course was previously was taught at the Friday Harbor Laboratories.)

Registration deadline is April 1, 2001. This is a 3-credit, graduate-level course and enrollment is limited to 16 students. Qualified undergraduates will be considered. Total student cost: $600. This course is sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).To apply, contact:

Summer Courses
Darling Marine Center
193 Clark's Cove Road
Walpole ME  04573 - 3307
FAX: (207) 563-3119

For additional information, check or contact Dr. Mary Jane Perry, course director, (207) 563-3146 ext 245,

Interactions: Aérosols, Nuages, Rayonnement
(Interactions: Aerosols, Clouds and Radiation)

Ecole d'été internationale
La Londe les Maures, France
September 16-28, 2001

For more information visit the web site at The working language for this course is french, but certain courses will be taught in english.

GIS and Remote Sensing in Coastal Zones

Southeast Asian Minister of Education Organisation (Seameo) and South East Asian Regional Centre for Tropical Biology (Biotrop).
Bogor, Indonesia.
October 23-November 3 2001

Seameo and Biotrop are conducting this training course with the following objectives:

  1. To introduce remote sensing and GIS techniques as a tool for coastal zone applications for those in coastal zone management;
  2. To define the methodology for field data collection relating to the satellite data;
  3. To implement techniques for identification and mapping of coastal ecosystems and resources.
The course fees is USD 750.00, it includes tuition fees, materials and supplies, health insurance , field trips, administrative cost, food and accommodation. Registration closes on September 15, 2001.

For additional information contact:

The Director
Seameo Biotrop
Jalan Raya Tajur KM 6, P.O. Box 116
Bogor 16001, Indonesia.

Course leader:Dr Vincentius P. Siregar

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