Application of spectral analysis methods to data interpretation

Ellen Wohl, Dennis Harry

Description:

We will spend the first part of the semester discussing the basics of spectral analysis; different analysis methods, types of data that can be analyzed, and interpretation of analysis. We will spend the last third of the semester going over examples from the literature. We hope to draw on a braod range of examples that reflect participant interest; examples include time-series data and 1d (linear) and 2d spatial data.

Section: 1
Credits: 1
Restrictions: none
First Meeting: 1/20/2009
Meeting Times: Tuesdays, 1:00 - 1:50 p.m.
Classroom: Natural Resources 316
CRN: 10362
Cross Listed: GEOL 692.003 (CRN 10717)
Enrollment Limit: 20
Background: none
Course Text: none
Instructor Contact Info:
      Ellen Wohl ellenw@cnr.colostate.edu 970-491-5298
      Dennis Harry