GIS at UGA
GIS is used by many UGA departments for a variety of purposes. The following list includes some of the GIS users at UGA. This list is not comprehensive; If you would like your group's GIS activities listed here, please contact the Map Library.
Carl Vinson Institute of Government
The Institute offers a multitude of GIS solutions.
Center for Remote Sensing and Mapping Science (CRMS)
The Center for Remote Sensing and Mapping Science (CRMS) undertakes interdisciplinary research projects requiring the development of image and map data processing technologies for applications in the physical, biological and mapping sciences.
Coweeta LTER Home Page
The Little Tennessee Collection contains the core GIS data set for these various projects along with supporting instructions and metadata.
School of Marine Programs Coastal GIS Lab
Links to the Coastal Georgia Historical Data set and Summit to the Sea, dedicated to informing the general public, educators, students and policy makers about the importance of Georgia's rivers and their watersheds.
UGA Office of University Architects GIS Mapping Project
Per their Web site, the GIS Mapping project is an initiative by Finance and Administration to document the University's changing physical campus. One of the first databases of its kind, the GIS project began in 1992 and has been operated by the Office of University Architects (OUA) since 1996. Under OUA's leadership, the GIS database now forms the foundation for UGA's campus planning and development activities.
UGA Information Technology Outreach Services GIS Services
ITOS offers a variety of GIS solutions, including county parcel mapping, transportation, GPS technology and digital GIS data conversion.