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Aboriginal Mapping Network networking the aboriginal mapping community
The Aboriginal Mapping Network is a collection of resource pages for First Nation mappers who are looking for answers to common questions regarding mapping, information management and GIS
Ask USGS
"Earth Science Information Centers (ESIC) offer nationwide information and sales service for USGS map products and earth science publications. These ESICs provide information about geologic, hydrologic, topographic, and land use maps, books, and reports; aerial, satellite, and radar images and related products; earth science and map data in digital format and related applications software; and geodetic data. ESICs can fill orders for custom products such as aerial photographs and orthophotoquads, digital cartographic data, and geographic names data. ESICs can also provide information about earth science materials from many public and private producers in the United States using automated catalog systems for information retrieval and research services"--What's an ESIC? screen
Association of American Geographers Geographic Information Systems and Science Specialty Group [home page]
An electronic version of the print newsletter of the GIS Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers
Extensions, utilities, and scripts available for GIS software
GAP Analysis Program
GEOREF search guide
Online guide to searching GEOREF
Modern Language Association language map a map of languages in the United States
Using data from the U.S. 2000 Census, this MLA site offers interactive mapping to show the density of speakers of thirty-seven languages and language groups. The Language Map illustrates the density of language speakers in zip codes and counties and allows comparisons between languages or states. The Data Center provides the numbers of speakers of languages in a specific state, county, zip code, metropolitan area, or town. The site provides data documentation with links and a Quick Tour for getting started
Oddens' bookmarks the fascinating world of maps and mapping
Presents a collection of cartographic links to maps and atlases of regions and countries
USGS digital data viewer, dlgv32 Pro
A limited-feature Windows software version of the commercial product, Global mapper, for viewing a variety of digital cartographic data
VERTCON
Computes the modeled difference in orthometric height between the North American Vertical Datum of 1988 (NAVD 88) and the National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29) for a given location specified by latitude and longitude


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