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Geography and Environmental Sciences

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Upon completion of this program, it is expected that undergraduates will be able to:
- to demonstrate modern scientific knowledge of cartographic modeling of spatial systems of various territorial ranks and classifications;
- explain the integration of knowledge in the cartographic modeling in the system of geographic information cartography;
- explain the factors of the formation of integrative areas in the theory and methodology of modern cartography
- consider the data of remote sensing of the Earth as an object of study by means of computer technology;
- to interpret the modern system of knowledge and interdisciplinary methods of cartographic modeling in the planning of applied research and the educational process.
- to characterize the level of development of domestic cartography, its potential and growth opportunities
- to build the logical matrix of the legend when designing cartographic works of various purposes and scales;
- apply information technologies to solve problems of cartography, analysis and forecast of the development of objects and phenomena
being mapped;
- correctly build a methodology for cartographic analysis and design, taking into account the general methodology of scientific research
- use cartographic information when analyzing and solving problems of regional spatial systems;
- apply the technology of digital modeling of spatial systems in the implementation of interdisciplinary educational and research projects;
- effectively choose software when designing cartographic works and analyzing satellite images
- demonstrate the application of innovative methods and perspective trends of modern cartography in the planning of scientific and educational programs;
- to formulate the problems, goals and objectives of modern cartography when building an educational strategy;
- use a differentiated approach when choosing types of cartographic modeling of the structure and dynamics of various spatial systems (geosystems)
- to characterize the factors of changes in the structure and dynamics of spatial systems and build their forecast cartographic models;
- visualize the natural and man-made risks of spatial systems, their environmental and socio-economic consequences for society.
- provide a comparative analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of existing global navigation satellite systems for cartography;
- to formulate and substantiate the basis of local, regional, national cartographic monitoring;
- to classify the methods of cartographic modeling using various systems for monitoring and controlling the environment
- make forecast maps of natural and man-made risks for making management decisions;
- update and apply digital technologies when updating the geodesic, toponymic and substantive basis of topographic maps in the adopted system of the scale series;
- to formulate the main problems of the theory and methodology of mapping of regional and national scales, the reasons for their sublimation in connection with the development of domestic cartography
- to demonstrate the development of new ideas and technological methods of spatial cartographic modeling and applied aspects of their effective use;
- to formulate, according to the results of the cartographic analysis, the content and factors of the formation of natural and man-made risks of local, regional and state scale;
- assess and predict natural and man-made risks and their environmental and socio-economic consequences for society and for geographic systems
- summarize and make a comparative assessment of the results of integrated and thematic monitoring in the cartographic analysis of spatial systems;
- to formulate the basis of regional and national cartographic monitoring of the environment and the ways of implementing monitoring systems for monitoring the ecological status of geosystems;
- to define the conceptual basis of programming in the systems ENVI, ArcGIS, ArcMAP, ERDAS, Serfer and others
- to design thematic and large-scale series of forecast maps for economic planning and management decisions;
- to combine and give a comparative assessment of the content, volume, possibilities and accessibility of various sources of information in thematic mapping;
- to evaluate traditional and innovative methods and methods of spatial
- modeling with different volumes of cartographic information;
- present the results of research in a professional environment,
substantiate the choice of mapping methods, the results of the main provisions of the cartographic project
- to work in a team, in a scientific team, to draw conclusions and to convince that they are right; demonstrate readiness for independent activities, communication with people in a formal and informal setting.
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