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The atlas of water: mapping the world's most critical resource - Black, Maggie
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Historical atlas of the American West: with original maps - Hayes, Derek
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This guide is intended to serve as a basic starting point for finding maps and exploring spatially arranged data (GIS). Though it provides access to a variety of outstanding resources, most of which are available online, it is by no means comprehensive. If you are having trouble finding maps that are relevant to your topic or if you have questions about the information contained in this guide please use the contact information listed on each page of this guide to contact Barret Havens, Woodbury University Outreach Librarian. 

Navigation/Table of Contents

Use the tabs along the top of this guide or the links below to navigate the sections.

General: general maps offering a variety of details such as political boundaries, population, and basic geographical features

Environmental/Geological: maps focusing on physical features and processes, environmental data, and topography

Aerial & Satellite: photographic views from above

CA/Local: maps of California and southern California

Historical: maps that offer glimpses of the past





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    Barret Havens, Associate Prof./Digital Initiatives Librarian

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