'digital map library'
GIS in the Earth Sciences & Map Library UC Berkeley
Interactive Spatial Data Browser for DLGs at UVa
Maine and other states from UVa
Interactive Data Resources from UVa
Alexandria Digital Library
Penn State Map Library
DCW at Penn State
GIS in EPA Region 7
Texas Zoonosis Control Division
Wisconsin Digital Map Library
Bay Area Digital Map Library
Texas Digital Map Library
Western Association of Map Libraries and Map Librarian's Toolbox
position announcement, U Washington (1997), and metadata search form from U Washington
U Oregon position
Digital Map and Geospatial Information Center Princeton
Cal Poly announcement (1998)
GIS at Brandeis
Search 16 different GIS discussion lists all at once or individually
U Texas 'information literacy model"
Creative Ways to Make Geospatial Data Accessible in Academic Libraries (Tsering Wangyal Shawa, GIS Librarian, Princeton University)
ELECTRONIC MAPPING SUNY Stonybrook
links to topozone maps with instructions for UTM and decimal degrees
Aligning Themes in a View and Using the ArcView Projection Utilityinstructions
Using DLG2SHP from www.gistools.com/ ($99) --I've downloaded the .avx, but we'd need the .exe to use it.
Using the Legend Tool Extension
GIS data of Cades Cove in both UTM and decimal degrees
Distributed Geolibraries Patrick McGlamery University of Connecticut
This projection file is intended to be used in conjunction with DD.PRJ. UTM.PRJ projects a coverage in statplane coordinate system to UTM. The DD.PRJ file project the coverage from utm to decimal degrees. The projected coverage must be given a new name with each projection.
NADCON Extension Documentation
What if my shapefiles aren't lat/long? The Projector! extension, included in the ArcView samples, may be used to convert shapefiles to lat/long. When unprojecting, ArcView assumes the same datum as the projection. Thus the following script: ' UTM Zone 12, NAD27 p1=Point.Make(409023.093750,3901027.500000) ' -112, 35.25 p2=Point.Make(409303.250000,3928754.000000) ' -112, 35.5 p3=Point.Make(431977.937500,3928553.000000) ' -111.75, 35.5 p4=Point.Make(431767.812500,3900827.250000) ' -111.75, 35.25 theRect = Rect.MakeXY(-112,35.25,-111.75,35.5) thePrj = TrnMerc.Make(theRect) thePrj.SetCentralMeridian(-111) thePrj.SetFalseEasting(500000) thePrj.SetScale(0.9996) thePrj.SetSpheroid(#SPHEROID_CLARKE1866) theSpheroid = thePrj.GetSpheroid theSpheroid.SetUnits(#UNITS_LINEAR_METERS) up1 = p1.ReturnUnprojected(thePrj) up2 = p2.ReturnUnprojected(thePrj) up3 = p3.ReturnUnprojected(thePrj) up4 = p4.ReturnUnprojected(thePrj) will return the corner points of theRect.
ArcView and Datums: The Real Story
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Across the Curriculum: Implementing Distribution to 15 Campuses (March 2000)
The Digital South (Jan 2000)
A GIS Server for ACS Partners? (21 December 1999)
metastuff (28 Nov 1999 for GIS metadata link, and ArcView extensions)
GIS: an insurmountable opportunity? (19-21 November 1999)
GIS in Environmental Studies (17 Sept 1999)