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Citing Maps made in GIS
Cartographic Citations: A Style Guide, 2nd ed.
by Christine Kollen, Wangyal Shawa, Mary Larsgaard
Call Number: Evans Map Room Ref. Z 6021 .C55 2010
New Hampshire geographic data in the Library's collections
Contains digital orthophotographs of the New Hampshire quadrangles in Raster image format (georeferenced TIFF files compressed with MrSID). Coordinate Reference: NH State Plane feet, NAD83; resolution: 1 meter.
Call Number: Evans Map Room DVD-ROM G 3741.A25 2009 .N4
Publication Date: 2009
Contains standard vector data including: administrative and political boundaries; agriculture and farming; biology and ecology; cultural, society and demographic; elevation and derived products; environment and conservation; geological and geophysical; inland water resources; location and geodetic network; transportation networks; and utilities and communication.
The New Hampshire Geographically Referenced Analysis and Information Transfer System (NH GRANIT) is a cooperative project to create, maintain, and make available a statewide geographic data base serving the information needs of state and local entities.
This site provides direct access to numerous data files (data library) about New Hampshire. Usually these files have been modified by OEP to maximize their efficient use. Most of the data are from the Bureau of the Census and other agencies.
Provides VCGI base map data including: contours, roads, rivers and streams, lakes and ponds, town and county boundaries, place names, land use/cover, and many other basic themes of information (other layers available through the VCGI website), which can be used to create mapping projects.
Contains SSURGO certified soil data for nine counties as well as uncertified data for one county in Vermont. The data is available as ARC/INFO coverage or ARC/INFO interchange (.e00) file format. Twenty of the most widely used attributes for each county are included in a top 20 table.
VCGI is a public non-profit supported in part by the State of Vermont (through the property transfer tax) and in part through grants and fees paid for the products and services it provides to clients (e.g. the VT Agency of Transportation and the VT Enhanc
The mission of the GeoLibrary is to create an electronic gateway to public geographic information, and to expand and promote the value of geographic spatial data through widespread distribution and innovative use for the benefit of Maine's citizens.
MassGIS is the Commonwealth's Office of Geographic and Environmental Information, within the Massachusetts Executive Office of Environmental Affairs. Through MassGIS, the Commonwealth has created a comprehensive, statewide database of spatial information.
GIS at DEP plays an important role in their mission of protecting and preserving the environment for present and future generations. DEP develops and maintains a statewide system that can integrate and analyze large amounts of spatial map and file data.
The Rhode Island Geographic Information System (RIGIS) is a consortium of government and private organizations employing computer and communications technology to manage and use a collective database of comprehensive geographically related information.