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Geospatial Analysis Center

Providing Expertise & Research Support

The Geospatial Analysis Center provides GIS support and expertise in classrooms and for research projects across campus. GAC services include: Project design, Identification of system and data needs, Data acquisition and analysis, Budget estimates, Workshops, Teaching/Research Support & Cartography. Our workshops and faculty consultations aim to expand the use of spatial analysis across all five of UMD's colleges and many different programs.

The new BulldogMobile App includes a section displaying indoor floor maps of buildings on campus. If you spot an inaccuracy, the Geospatial Analysis Center would appreciate you notifying us via this form so the error can be corrected.

Projects are obtained through competitive and non-competitive means and are funded through sponsored projects, external sales, and the GIS Student Support Fund, a University Foundation fund. Below are projects GAC has completed in collaboration with faculty, students, & public and private agencies.

Projects

duluth map

Mapping Duluth's Trails

Duluth Outdoor Recreation Map and Park Kiosk Maps
Spirit Mountain map

Archaeological Potential around Spirit Mountain

GIS of Culturally Significant Features, Spirit Mountain Area, Minnesota
Tomato

Regional Agriculture Potential

Locally Adapted Food System Assessment: Western Lake Superior Region
Site map

Archaeological Mapping

Creating a topographic map of al-Lajjun, an ancient site in Jordan
Balzac Paris Map

Mapping French Literature

Mapping Balzac's Paris
Map snapshot

Demonstrating Sustainable Partnerships

Developing Interactive Mapping Tools for UMN Sustainable Regional Development Partnership

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