Overview: These lessons are intended for use in a university class under the direction of a knowledgeable instructor. The material may be suitable for independent study, but facilitating such is not the primary goal of this website. The lessons cover a broad base of remote sensing knowledge, from introductory material that would be presented in a first RS class to more advanced material. You may use these lessons as you like, provided you acknowledge the RSCC.

Errors? Have you found something in the lessons that you think is incorrect? Please let us know and we'll review it. Even professors make mistakes....

A word about copyright: These materials have been compiled from many years of coursework taught primarily at the University of Minnesota. We have attempted to find and cite the sources (where applicable) of non-original materials used. However, the ease with which information can proliferate across the internet, often unattributed, makes citing sources very difficult. If you believe we've used your intellectual property, please let us know. We hope you'd let us continue to use it for educational purposes with attribution, but if you'd prefer we will remove the infringing material. Thank you. All materials developed at the University of Minnesota and other original materials on this website are copyright The Regents of the University of Minnesota.

Acknowledgements: Many of the slides used on the RSCC were provided by Marvin Bauer, Professor Emeritus of Remote Sensing at the University of Minnesota. Thanks to Marv for his help.