Environmental Spatial Analysis Lab (3315 Dana)
The Environmental Spatial Analysis Lab focuses on the application of remote sensing, GIS, and spatial modeling tools to a range environmental and social-environment questions and problems. Many projects focus on causes and consequences of land use change in many parts of the world, including Southeastern Michigan, Russia, China, and Africa. The lab contains a number of high end workstations and software licenses for processing satellite images, managing spatial databases, conducting spatial analyses and building spatial models. Many of the projects focus on land-use and land-cover change, but it is also used to collaborate on a wider range of projects.