The Remote Sensing/Geographic Information Systems (RS/GIS) Laboratory is part of the S. J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources at Utah State University (USU). At this lab, students and scientists are able to complete geospatial analysis and mapping on natural resources. They obtain geospatial data using remote sensing and GIS technology, and then they use it to track wildlife, monitor habitats, map environmental disturbances, and much more. With this data, scientists at the Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems Laboratory can gain a better understanding of natural resource issues.