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

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.

Don't Forget Maps in Artists' Books

Artist Agnes Denes' current exhibition at the Santa Monica Museum of Art reminds us that the Arts Library is another great location on campus to find maps.

Prominent Collector Endorses MIL Bid for Unique Photo Collection

Collector of 18th and 19th century maps of the Americas and advocate to public access to cartographic materials writes letter of support for MIL acquisition.

Santa Barbara: 1927

MIL let's you see Santa Barbara inside of Google Earth from 1927!

Mapping Team USA

"The Atlantic" maps hometowns of America's athletes.

New Aerial Photography Services

MIL is introducing new aerial photography research options as part of the Aerial Imagery Research Service (AIRS).

Library Student Worker Wins Award for His Work in MIL

Geography major Seth Gorelik, a graduating senior who has worked in the library's Map & Imagery Lab, has been awarded UCSB’s Jeremy D. Friedman Memorial Award for doing just that.