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

HOT Volunteer Mappers Aid Philippines Relief Efforts

Crowdsourcing utilized through coordinated efforts of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to prepare for and assist in Typhoon Haiyan disaster relief efforts.

Aerial Photography Collection: Tea Fire

Among many fascinating parts of our aerial photography collection are photographs showing the devastating effects of the 2008 Tea Fire.

Landscan population data set now available!

The Map & Imagery Laboratory (MIL) now offers access to the most current, high resolution global population distribution data set to its academic users.

2-Story Building Closed for Renovation

The UCSB Library's 2-story historic building has been officially closed to the public. That part of the Library will undergo renovations and will not re-open until the Library Addition & Renovation Project is completed, two 1/2 years from now.

MIL Move!

MIL has moved to our new temporary home on the south end of the 1st floor.

Library Acquires 750,000 Aerial Photos from Whittier College

The UC Santa Barbara Library has acquired a collection of 750,000 aerial photographs from Whittier College.

Library to Host California Map Society

The Map & Imagery Lab and the University Library will be hosting a meeting of the California Map Society on February 2nd.

The USGS National Geologic Map Database

Discover thousands of nation-wide geologic map resources available online!

Supporting Research: The Map & Imagery Laboratory

The Map & Imagery Laboratory (MIL) at UCSB Library is the largest imagery collection in any academic library in the country.

Frankenstorm Crisis Mapping

Recently, mapping enthusiasts have taken to creating maps of disasters that draw their information from the open web.