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Aerial Photographs Research Guide
by Nicole Scholtz - Last Updated May 16, 2014
A research guide to assist patrons in finding aerial photograph resources.
Tags: aerial photographs, aerial photos, aerials
Finding Data
by Mara Blake, Nicole Scholtz - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
Strategies and resources for finding data across the social sciences, including opinion surveys.
Tags: social_sciences, statistics_and_data_sets
Geospatial Data
by Mara Blake, Nicole Scholtz - Last Updated Feb 13, 2015
Subject guide to finding and using geospatial data. Includes tutorials for using elevation data to make contours, and using aerial imagery layers to output imagery even more efficiently than Google Earth Pro can.
Tags: arcgis, geographic_information_systems, geography_and_maps, gis, statistics_and_data_sets
Geospatial Data Resources
by Nicole Scholtz, Timothy Utter - Last Updated Nov 7, 2014
for SNRE 531
Tags: gis geospatial snre
German 310
by Amanda Peters, Nicole Scholtz - Last Updated Oct 22, 2013
This is a research guide for German 310. Resources included will help them learn more about Germany.
GIS, Map and Statistics: China
by Liangyu Fu, Nicole Scholtz, Jungwon Yang - Last Updated Apr 29, 2014
This research guide provides geospatial data, maps, and statistics resources regarding China.
Tags: chinese_studies, east_asian_studies, geography databases, geography_and_maps
Learning ArcGIS
by Mara Blake, Nicole Scholtz - Last Updated Oct 7, 2014
Resources for learning ArcGIS for Desktop, a specific Geographic Information Systems software, at the University of Michigan, with additional info on QGIS, and open source option. ArcGIS for Desktop includes ArcMap.
Tags: arcgis, geographic_information_systems, gis


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