Department of Geography and the Environment

Digital Landscape Laboratory

The Digital Landscape Laboratory, established in spring 1999, is a GIS and Remote Sensing facility designed to support research efforts directed toward modeling and characterizing Earth's varied processes through Geomorphology, Biogeography, and Landscape Ecology. Researchers and Graduate students use the laboratory's software including ArcInfo, ArcView (with 3D Modeler, Terrain Analyst, and Image Analyst), Erdas Imagine, and specialized hydrologic software (HEC-RAS, ArcHydro).

Digital Landscapes



CLA 3.420

Director:

Dr. Kelley Crews