The Henry Madden Library's GIS effort supports a wide range of technologies (e.g. geographic information systems, remote sensing, and global positioning systems) and the following:
- access to and assistance with GIS software and spatial data resources
- consultations and support for Fresno State students and faculty
- Fresno State's introductory GIS courses
- access to computers with ESRI's ArcGis
MALT is a spatially enabled web-based application to search for maps and historical aerials in the Central Valley region of California. NOTE: Best viewed in Firefox and Google Chrome browsers.
An interactive map, California's San Joaquin Valley, showing the depth to ground water from 1970 to the current water year; featuring a swipe tool for comparison of two different years.
A 3-D model of groundwater levels, requiring a desktop web browser supporting WebGL; not supported on mobile devices. NOTE: Best viewed in Firefox and Google Chrome browsers.
An HTML-based tool providing walking directions to anywhere on the Fresno State campus from the Henry Madden Library's front door.
With more than twenty-three years of experience in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing (RS), soft-copy photogrammetry, and global positioning systems (GPS), Dr. Yang has been involved in more than one hundred different projects ranging from health and human policy analyses to urban ecology analysis.