Be sure to drop by Thompson Library on Wednesday, Nov 18 for GIS Day from 11am-4pm.
ESRI and the USGS have combined to produce EcoExplorer (centered on Columbus) for armchair ecologists.
The Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) located on The Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) will be providing daily sunlit views of the Earth.
Courtesy of NASA, NOAA & the U.S. Air Force
It’s almost Fall and time for Football. It’s also time for the OSU Marching Band to perform Script Ohio.
Some Buckeye Fans decided to do a little walking and mapped out Ohio on Google Maps.
Although there are 31 copies –The State Library of New South Wales is presently displaying theirs.
Earth Platinum requires 2 people to turn the page.
“Tourist & Motoring Atlas Spain & Portugal” by Michelin
“The New York World’s Fair”
“Booth’s Maps of London Poverty East & West 1889” (digitized: Booth’s Maps of London Poverty)
“Four Very Detailed Maps of Victorian London 1863”
Check out this new exhibit by the Osher Map Library–Smith Center for Cartographic Education