The 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 interactive map showing surface heat and income level may be correlated in Fresno Metro area, using Summer 2021 data.
An HTML-based tool providing walking directions to anywhere on the Fresno State campus from the Library's front door.
A dashboard shows current crimes in the City of Fresno. The dashboard includes a map displaying crime distribution (no exact locations of the incidents displayed, click a dot will display details of a crime), the six indicators showing major crime status comparing to 7-day average, and the six line charts displaying crime by types since Jan. 7, 2022. Crime status is also available by Fresno PD district.
A map shows crimes in the city of Fresno. Viewers can display specific crime type by using the filter widget. The time slider enable viewers to view temporal changes of the crimes over time.
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.
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5200 N. Barton Ave., M/S UL34
Fresno, CA 93740-8014
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