This course introduces the principles of the Global Positioning System (GPS) and provides examples of applications for natural resource management, agriculture and earth sciences. The first half of the workshop will focus on the uses of GPS, and the second half of the workshop will include applied practice of using GPS in the field on campus and at Waihee Reserve (your own transportation required to off site). Equipment provided. Participants are encouraged to wear close-toed shoes and bring water, suncreen and a hat. No pre-requisites. All are welcome (including youth aged 12+, though adult must provide transport to the second half of the workshop). Signed risk and release form required for participation. Please contact Program Coordinator Nicolette van der Lee, 808-984-3300, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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