Dr. Post has developed and teaches core Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing courses at Clemson University.  He also has created an innovative hands-on course in the use of UAVs (drones) in natural resource management.

FOR 4340/6340 Geographic Information Systems for Natural Resources.  This is a comprehensive introductory GIS course and is required for undergraduate Environmental and Natural Resource, Wildlife and Fisheries Biology, and Forestry majors and is also attended by a wide range of other undergraduate and graduate majors.

FOR 8160 Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems in Natural Resources.  An advanced GIS and remote sensing course for graduate students that includes both lectures, survey of current scholarly literature and project-based labs.

FNR 4700 section 007 (Undergraduate Creative Inquiry): Conservation Drones.  An undergraduate hands-on course that takes students from autonomous vehicle design and construction through photo image processing and analysis.

Dr. Post and Brian Ritter plan to offer our online version of GIS for Natural Resources during summer session I and summer session II, 2017.  Please contact Dr. Post if you have any questions!