The Spatial Environmental Analysis Laboratory (SEAL) was established in February 2005 with funding from the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Student Technology Fee program. The laboratory was designed to allow students to learn advanced environmental data collection and analysis techniques with mental data collection, and analysis techniques with state-of-the-art equipment. The facility allows for the collection and integration of field data with spatial data from a myriad of other sources in order to develop geographic databases and digital mapping products.
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