The SPRI Picture Library houses one of the world's most comprehensive collections of historical photographs of the Polar Regions. It also holds a growing collection of modern photographs taken by scientists and researchers working in the field.
GINA is the University of Alaska’s mechanism for organizing and sharing its diverse data and technological capabilities among the Alaskan, arctic, and world communities. Although the emphasis is Alaska, if you have GIS data for Greenland, you can map it here.
Established in 2001 as an initiative of UA’s President, GINA operates at all three of UA’s main residential campuses. GINA works with agencies, NGOs, and private sector organizations, to serve the geospatial data covering Alaska.
The Arctic Portal provides a comprehensive gateway to the Arctic on the internet, increases co-operation between both public and private parties across the Arctic and grants exposure to Arctic related information.
The UArctic Atlas presents a visual and geographic overview of the Arctic region, including its physical environment and socio-cultural life. The Atlas is organized into five general categories, or "themes".
In support of the International Polar Year (IPY 2007-2008), LIMA brings the coldest continent on Earth alive in greater detail than ever before through this virtually cloudless, seamless, and high resolution satellite view of Antarctica.