Geographic Information Systems
GIS consists of hardware, software and data working together to display multiple layers of vector, raster, and data files simultaneously to understand and visually solve geographical problems and provide new insights into answering questions about the human and natural world we inhabit.
Here are the first 5 steps down the path to knowledge
Esri announces ArcGIS 10.3.1 now available.
ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Pro are now part of the SU site license.
Contact the Maps/GIS Librarian for more information.
If you are in the GSIC Lab on the 3rd floor of Bird Library and you need to add more money to your print quota to pay for printing on the GSIC's plotter then use the link below.
Print outs from the plotter cost $3.00 a linear foot for plain paper and $5.00 a linear for for semi-gloss paper.