Below are News items in the category of Map & Imagery Laboratory

Young Scientists Balloon Mapping Refugee Camp

3 young scientists are creating the first locally made map of a camp in Lebanon using balloon mapping technique.

Workshop: Social Media Data for Research (Nov. 14)

UCSB Library's Interdisciplinary Research Collaboratory is offering a series of workshops during Fall 2016 to provide an orientation to tools, techniques, and considerations for working with Twitter data.

Workshop: Introduction to GIS using ArcMap (Nov. 7)

Hands-on introductory workshop to GIS being offered in the Interdisciplinary Research Collaboratory.

Change Over Time - UCSB Campus From the Air

View the development and changes of the UC Santa Barbara campus and surrounding area in one map, created using the tools available at ArcGIS Online!

Abandoned Oil Wells in Your Backyard?

Millions of abandoned oil and gas wells are buried in the U.S. under areas with houses, schools, and shopping centers. Historical aerial photography can reveal locations of abandoned wells before these areas were developed.

Meet Your Librarian: Jon Jablonski

Meet librarian Jon Jablonski, head of UCSB Library's Map & Imagery Library.

Introduction to GIS using ArcGIS (Mon., May 23, 9 am)

UCSB Library's Map & Imagery Laboratory (MIL) and Interdisciplinary Research Collaboratory (IRC) will host an "Introduction to GIS using ArcGIS" workshop from 9 to 11 am Monday, May 23.

New Rates for Community Users

Fees charges for certain services will be increasing on April 22, 2016

Introduction to GIS using ArcGIS (Tue., Apr. 19, 11 am)

UCSB Library's Map & Imagery Laboratory (MIL) and Interdisciplinary Research Collaboratory (IRC) will host an "Introduction to GIS using ArcGIS" workshop from 11 am to 1 pm Tuesday, April 19.

Camouflaged Rooftops from World War II

During World War II, aircraft factories, fearing that they might be targets for Japanese bombs, covered their rooftops with fake "rooftop towns."