News: Maps & gis

The UC Davis Library Map Collection is an extensive research-level collection of maps, both print and electronic, and a supporting collection of guides, gazetteers and atlases.
Theme for the week: Mappae Mundi and Map Design June 18 – July 6, 2018 What makes a good map? If we consider road maps, we would answer with geographic accuracy. Since the purpose of a road map is to be used for navigation, we want it to ...
June 18, 2018 • Jeanelle Wan
  Theme for the week: Sacramento May 29-June 14, 2018 The Capitol of California is just 15 miles away from Davis! Sacramento, the fastest growing populated city in CA, has plenty of features to offer. From museums to historic parks, and outstanding restaurants, Sacramento life provides amusement, experiences, and ...
May 29, 2018 • Patricia Wyley
Theme for the week: Amgen Tour of California  May 14-25, 2018 Get your legs ready for the 13th Amgen Tour of California!  The eight-day bicycle race is 654 miles long and covers over 3 miles of elevation gain.  There are 17 men’s teams and 15 women’s teams ...
May 11, 2018 • Louis Cashatt
Theme for the week: Changing National Borders April 23-May 11, 2018 History is always changing, never remaining stagnant. New discoveries and perspectives change not only the way we perceive the world, but also ourselves. Among the many factors that form our identities, nationality has become one of the ...
April 23, 2018 • Jeanelle Wan
Theme for the week: South America April 10-20, 2018 South America, the 5th largest continent, is covered with awestruck mountains, tropical rainforest in the North, beautiful coastal plains next to the seacoasts, and a home to many unique plants and animals, such as piranhas, jaguars, green anacondas- which ...
April 10, 2018 • Patricia Wyley
Theme for the week: Spring Break Destinations March 19-30, 2018 Last week, we posted a poll asking about your favorite Spring Break locations in the past, this year, and destinations you want to visit in the future.  We received over forty-five responses to that poll, and the results ...
March 16, 2018 • Dawn Collings