Center for Remote Sensing and Mapping Science (CRMS) at The University of
Georgia undertakes interdisciplinary research projects requiring the development
of image and map data processing technologies for applications in the physical,
biological and mapping sciences. In 1998, the CRMS was named a NASA
Center of Excellence.
In 1998, the CRMS was named a NASA Center of Excellence.
Specialties of the
Center's multidisciplinary staff that encompass the full range of geographic
information science include remote sensing/digital image processing, digital
photogrammetry, image interpretation, geographic information systems (GIS),
Global Positioning System (GPS) surveys and software development focused on
applications in ecology, forestry, geography, geology and hydrology.
The CRMS has completed highly detailed
vegetation maps of national parks in the
southeastern United States,
for Remote Sensing and Mapping Science
of Geography The
Marguerite Madden, Director Tel: 706-542-2379
Tommy Jordan, Associate Director Tel: 706-542-2372
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