RESEARCH RESTART

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The Libraries are resuming limited in-person research activities by appointment only as part of the University's Research Restart Plan.
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Finding Information on Earth & Environmental Sciences: Beyond Google Scholar

GIS & the Environment

At the Stanford Geospatial Center, patrons can:

  • Create, modify, and print custom maps by using commercial GIS packages and geospatial data.
  • Communicate research and project results by creating maps and charts for use in journal articles, term papers and theses.
  • Analyze data graphically by conducting “what-if” scenarios.
  • Access a rich collection of databases that provide both geospatial boundary and statistical information.
  • Explore the spatial element of your data (e.g., display soil types, track crime patterns, analyze animal migration patterns, find the best location for an expanding business, model the path of atmospheric pollution) to make decisions for many types of complicated problems.
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