This series of videos describes how to use GPS and GIS in educational instruction--specifically, the whys and hows of gathering field data such as historical buildings, trees, pH in streams, invasive species, social zones on campus, and so on--and then mapping those data to analyze their spatial pattern and assess the issue from a spatial perspective. This video considers issues of safety, databases, GPS technology, project planning, and how to mark a waypoint, before data collection begins.
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