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This course presents methods for representing data at the landscape scale and the graphic designfundamentals that are necessary to effectively communicate design and planning concepts. The course explores historical and contemporary modes of representation as it relates to landscape architecturethrough the use of Geographic Information Systems. Students will be introduced to strategies for collecting, analyzing, and representing diverse information for communication to diverse audiences.Students will understand the contemporary technical tools essential to the design professions for makingmaps and exploring relationships in the physical, regulatory and demographic dimensions of thelandscape. This course operates in conjunction with the Ecological Analysis and Conceptual Frameworks Studio (LA203/LA7203, but is not limited to this sequence).
|Fulfills||BDS-DC: Concentration Elective (must have permission to also use VS272 or VS273 for Concentration), MLA: Required|
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