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Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
- 30-Arc Horizontal Grid Data
- 3-D Interesting Views
- Alexandria Digital Library
Here you can find information about the Alexandria Digital Library Project, which is exploring ways to provide seamless access to line and image maps as well as large spatial databases.
This electronic Yellow Pages service will produce site maps and other information for over 11 million businesses in the United States.
- Cellular Automata
This site has maps for many business sites in a selection of U.S. cities.
- Community Vulnerability Assessment Tool
- Convert and Apply Shade Set
- County level data on miscellaneous topics 2004
- CyberAtlas and CybeRouter
Provide maps of your surroundings and show you what route to take between two places, including driving instructions.
- Dataset and Ordering Information
- DEM Using Stereo Radar Data
- Digital Chart of the World Server
This Pennsylvania State University site gives access to the Digital Chart of the World, an 1.7 gigabyte global cartographic database taken from 1:1,000,000 scale maps
- Display and Analysis of Crash Data
- Earth Science Information
The Nation’s largest water, earth, and biological science and civilian mapping agency, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) works in cooperation with more than 2,000 organizations across the country to provide reliable, impartial scientific information to resource managers, planners, and other customers
- Elements of GIS
- ESRI Data Model
- ESRI Promotional
- ESRI Training Seminar
- ESRI's GIS Press Release
Etak Incorporated is one of the largest suppliers of digital cartographic data in the commercial sector. Many vendors and Web sites use their databases.
- Geocoding Data Quality
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in the Department of Geography, University of Central Missouri
Have you never heard of GIS before? Do you know what GIS stands for? Are you interested in learning about GIS? Let's explore GIS at UCM together. No previous experience is necessary. Please contact the Department of Geography for more information.
- Geographic Names Information System (GNIS)
- Geographic Names Information System
This site gives you access to the USGS collection of two mill lion official domestic geographic names. You can search the database by area or feature type.
- The Getty Thesaurus of Teographic Names
This site is a searchable database of 900,000 places for all nations of the world.
- GIS and Mapping
- GIS Based Hydrological Modeling
- GIS Based Optimization Model
- GIS Data Depot
From this site, you can download free data from more than one million data sets from many countries.
- GIS data of the USA
In order to access and download data GISDataDepot users are required to have a GeoCommunity account. Many data types of data (DEM, NWI, DLG, LU/LC, and TIGER) are available for free download (Green icon). Most other data products (DRG, DOQ, DOQQ, FEMA) will require account holders to purchase data "blocks" for a nominal fee using their account.
- GIS Some Definitions
- Global DEM ETOP05
- Good GIS Stuff
- Inside Idaho
Interactive Numeric And Spacial Information Data Engine.
- Louisiana Statewide GIS
- Louisiana Waterways
Street level address matching and mapping for the United States are available at this site. Maps will be sent to your site upon command.
Mapping Main Street is a collaborative documentary media project that creates a new map of the country through stories, photos, and videos recorded on actual Main Streets across the US. The goal is to document all of the more than 10,000 streets named Main in the United States.
GeoWeb's MapQuest lets you interactively map businesses and points of interest from various geocoded databases and Etak digital maps. It lets you view home pages of businesses if available.
- Missouri Spatial Data Center
- Missouri's 303 (d) Streams and Lakes
- National Geodetic Survey
This National Geodetic Survey site is the source for geodetic datum information concerning horizontal and vertical control points for the United States.
- National Geospatial Data Clearinghouse
This is the USGS node at the National Geospatial Data Clearinghouse. It provides access to data associated with the National Spatial Data Infrastructure and is a rich source of digital information.
- National Hydrography Dataset
- Network Data Model
- NOAA Metadata
- Public Health Disparity and Geocoding
- Raster Clip
- Road Trip Guide
The Road Trip Guide site allows you to plot your trip, find interesting things to see and do, and arrange for overnight stays.
- Shape Sorter ArcMap9
- Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (3)
- Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM)
- Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) Data Selection Options
- Soil and Water Assessment Tool
- Solar Illumination
- The state wide land use and cover changes (LULC) data
- The state-wide LULC
- Topomaps Reading Guide
Whether you're just getting started with topographic maps, need to brush up on your skills, or are looking to learn something new, this page should help you.
TopoZone is the Web's center for professional and recreational map users. They've worked with the USGS to create the Web's first interactive topo map of the entire United States.
Trimble is a leading provider of advanced positioning solutions and is best known for its GPS technology. Trimble integrates a wide range of positioning technologies including GPS, laser, optical, and inertial technologies with application software, wireless communications, and services.
- U.S. Postal Service
This U.S. Postal Service Web site provides a ZIP code lookup service.
- US Census Bureau TIGER Files
- US National Atlas
- Washington Department of Transportation
- The World of Maps
Maps, spatial data and GIS on the Internet - and how to find them. Links to catalogues of map holdings, map collections and map archives, map curatorship and map history, map institutions, map events and many others
- Yahoo! Maps
One of the leading search engines on the Web allows you to see a street-level map of any location in the United States by entering the address, city, state and ZIP code.