Design and construction, cartographic and information graphics. Digital output: files, 35-mm high-resolution slides, 600-dpi laserprints, other output through local service providers. Traditional photomechanical production also available.
Geospatial Research and Solutions
Arizona State University
975 S. Myrtle Ave
Tempe, AZ 85287-4602
The GeoPlace Mapping Lab is a student-run spatial data development and map creation service by the Department of Geography and Planning within the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences. GeoPlace provides free mapping services to faculty, staff and graduate students that includes print and hardcopy maps, digital or web-based maps, and the development of spatial and non-spatial datasets using a full suite of geospatial technology.
GeoPlace Mapping Lab
Butte Hall 111
Department of Geography and Planning
California State University Chico
Chico, CA 95929-0425
The lab consists of two rooms, one with 22 Macintosh computers and two 600 dpi printers, and the other with 10 IBM NT computers, a HP workstation, two digitizers, and a HP755 large-format plotter. The Department also maintains several servers for geographic databases. The Department has a large map library and houses a large collection of Sanborn Fire Maps.
Office: Sierra Hall, Room 150C
California State University Northridge
Northridge, CA 91330-8249
Donald W. Hamer Center for Maps and Geospatial Information (Penn State)
The Donald W. Hamer Center for Maps and Geospatial Information promotes and facilitates the use of maps and geospatial information in research, teaching, and learning at Penn State University. It is located in the basement of Central Pattee Library, University Park campus. We have three main areas of activity: 1) education, outreach, and partnerships; 2) collecting, preserving, and providing access to maps and geospatial information resources; and 3) creating new public domain geospatial datasets of broad interest and/or high research value.
1 Central Pattee Library
University Park, PA 16802-1807
The FREAC cartography laboratory provides services to public agencies and university departments including: preparation of maps and graphs for publication, and typesetting and layout for books and brochures. As a state affiliate with the USGS Earth Science Information Center (ESIC), the laboratory offers several map sets for Florida, and provides information on how to access map and photo information from state and federal agencies.
Stephen Hodge, Director
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306
The Kosmos lab is a two-room lab with 18 PCs and 6 Macintosh computers, as well as a large-format color printer. It is home to the Institute for Cartographic Design, which provides geovisualization services to the faculty and university.
Nick Perdue or Amy Rock
Dept. of Geography, Environment & Spatial Analysis
Humboldt State University
1 Harpst Street
Arcata, CA 95521
Cartographic Services/GEO Map Laboratory creates thematic and GIS created maps for a variety of clients on and off campus. They graphically support the “Illinois Geographer” journal. Services include research support, training, and outreach in data assessment and map creation for both the public and educational sectors through workshops and online tutorials.
Jill Freund Thomas
Cartographic Services/GEO Map Laboratory
Department of Geography, Geology, & the Environment
Campus Box 4400
Illinois State University
Normal, IL 61790-4400
The Cartographic Information Center, which is open to the general public, maintains a collection consisting of two main parts, material owned by the Department of Geography and Anthropology, and the GPO Federal Depository material housed under a selective housing agreement with the Regional Depository Library in Middleton library. The material in the Cartographic Information Center consists of maps, aerial photographs, globes, journals, monographs, slides, and atlases. Patrons using the collection include the faculty and students in the Department of Geography and Anthropology and from other geoscience departments (Geology and Geophysics, as well as the Coastal Studies Institute). Beyond the geosciences, the Center serves many patrons from the College of Design and the greater Louisiana State University community as well as local businesses, Louisiana state agencies, and the general public.
John M. Anderson
Map Librarian and Director
Cartographic Information Center
Department of Geography & Anthropology
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
GISciences Lab consists of 32 computers with all the latest software. In the lab we teach GIS, Remote Sensing, and Cartography. We do also complete work for faculty/staff who are publishing books or journal articles, and also for outside agencies needing maps.
RS / GIS Specialist
Department of Geography
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, Newfoundland A1B 3X9
The Dept. of Geography Numerical Cartography Laboratory at Ohio State University was founded in 1974 by Prof. Harold Moellering. It serves as a multifunction laboratory for work in numerical and analytical cartography ranging from student class projects to externally funded faculty research grants. Please note that it is not a production facility, but a teaching and research laboratory in the spatial data sciences
Dept. of Geography
1036 Derby Hall
Ohio State University
Columbus, OH 43210
The Cartography and GIS Computing Lab at SRU is primarily a teaching lab. It is equipped with 19 PCs, digitizers, printers, and a 3-D printer. Software supported in the lab includes ArcMap, ArcPro, Erdas Imagine, Pix4D, Trimble InSphere, Google Earth Pro, Adobe Suite, and QGIS.
Cartography and GIS Laboratory
308 Advanced Technology and Science Hall
Slippery Rock University
Slippery Rock, PA 16057
Syracuse University Cartographic Laboratory is a focus for cartographic activities at Syracuse University. The primary responsibility of the Laboratory is to meet the Geography Department’s need for maps and graphics in scholarly publications. The Lab also provides the University community with advice and assistance for the professional, educational, and technical aspects of cartography and mapping. Cartographic services are available, at cost, to the University community and nonprofit organizations.
Syracuse University Cartographic Lab.
Department of Geography
144 Eggers Hall
Syracuse, NY 13244
The lab was established in 2012 as a research, education and service-based core facility at Temple University for geographic information technologies, spatial data, geographic modeling and mapping. The principal mission of the lab is to support research and education in geographical information sciences at Temple University and surrounding communities.
Kevin Henry, Director
Spatial Analytics Lab at Temple (SAL@T)
Philadelphia, PA 19122
The Cartographic Research Laboratory (Cart Lab) is a map production facility operating under the auspices of the College of Arts and Sciences on the University of Alabama campus. The purpose of the lab is to provide high quality cartographic and GIS services. Staffed by a full time cartographer as well as several graduate and undergraduate assistants, the Cart Lab not only provides real-life experience and skill application to student workers, but also publishes nationally recognized materials. Experience gained by
student workers in the Cart Lab often make them a hot target for potential employers.
Craig Remington, Supervisor
Department of Geography
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 USA
studio.geo-? is an experimental geographic research, teaching and design studio, located at the University of California, Berkeley. Projects hosted by the studio work across maps and media to produce critical and collaborative geographic work focused on the question of how we represent our worlds.
Department of Geography and Berkeley Center for New Media (BCNM)
106 McCone Hall
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720
The Cartographic Laboratory at Department of Geography and Atmospheric Science aims to foster excellence of KU members’ research and scholarship by promoting geospatial technology. We provide both contract service and work with faculty on grant-funded research. Our services include but not limited to cartography, remote sensing, GIS and statistical analysis.
Dee (Di) Shi
Director of Cartographic Services
Department of Geography & Atmospheric Science
Lindley Hall, Room 212
University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS 66045
The Gyula Pauer Center for Cartography & GIS at the University of Kentucky lies within the “realm” of the geography department. Therefore, we satisfy the department’s cartographic needs whether it be an individual map for a faculty member’s journal article submission or hundreds of graphics for a geography textbook or atlas. Our scope is very broad based as is our clientele. We support the cartographic needs of all university departments, some state agencies, as well as private individuals and organizations in the community. We produce, primarily, thematic maps for our clients, but have been known to produce an occasional reference map (e.g. map of Lexington and environs, UK campus map). During our more than thirty years of mapmaking we have made thousands of maps for a diverse clientele.
Gyula Pauer Center for Cartography & GIS
Room #5, Miller Hall
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506-0058
Description: The Department of Geography and Environmental Systems provides majors with hands-on experience in computer cartography through its Cartography Lab. The lab is utilized most often by students to supplement the lecture portion of a course. Students are also extended opportunities to work in the lab on selected projects or areas of interest through internships and independent study courses. The Cartography Lab is used only by Geography majors but is also available for other non-majors currently enrolled in a Geography class.
Director of Cartographic Services Laboratory
009 Sondheim Hall
University of Maryland Baltimore County
5401 Wilkens Ave,
Baltimore, MD 21228
Geographical Analysis and Remote Sensing Lab (GARSL)
Gregory Vandeberg, Bradley Rundquist (Co-Directors)
Geographical Analysis and Remote Sensing Lab (GARSL)
Department of Geography and Geographic Information Science
221 Centennial Drive Stop 9020
Grand Forks, ND 58202
The InfoGraphics Lab founded in 1988, is a mapping and geospatial technology facility in the Department of Geography at the University of Oregon. We serve the University community of faculty, staff, and students; the State of Oregon and other public agencies through the application of innovative geospatial technologies, cartographic design, and geographic information science. Atlas design and production is a specialty of the Lab. We support research, instruction, and public service activities at the University.
Erik Steiner, Director
Department of Geography
1251 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon 97403-1251
The Landscape Analysis Lab, or LAL, is a GIS research and teaching lab that provides support for spatial analysis for faculty, students, and staff at Sewanee: University of the South. The LAL maintains spatial data for the Domain and provides GIS support for faculty, staff, and students in departments and offices across the university, local community, and regional organizations.
Christopher Van de Ven
The Landscape Analysis Lab
University of the South
112 Snowden Hall
Sewanee, TN 37383
We operate within the University’s research infrastructure to provide support for both theoretical and applied geographic information analysis and application development. Our goal is to offer students real world experience, and at the same time, deliver the highest quality of geographic information services. The DIGIT Lab also supports faculty research in the Department of Geography as well as other departments at the University of Utah. The DIGIT Lab has worked for (or with) more than twenty different departments across campus.
The DIGIT Lab
260 S Central Campus Drive
Carolyn & Kem Gardner Commons, Suite 4050
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-9115
University of Washington Libraries
Seattle, WA 98195
University of Western Ontario
This multi-faceted facility has developed an international reputation for the production of custom cartographic products, diagrammatic representations and the visualization of conceptual models for high-end multi-media output including books, journals, web sites, interactive CD-ROMs, slides, outdoor signage. Cartographic production primarily supports the research activities of the Department of Geography. The facility also services the university community at large as it provides the only official source of campus maps designed for UWO publications.
The Cartographic Section
Social Science Centre
The University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario N6A 5C2
Our lab provides cartography and GIS services on a contractual basis. This includes high quality maps for publication in journals and textbooks, individual sheet maps, construction of digital databases, geographic information analysis, and consultation on any aspect of geographic information.
GIS Lab Manager
241 Cowley Hall
Department of Geography & Earth Science
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
1725 State Street
La Crosse, WI. 54601
The University of Wisconsin Cartography Laboratory is a full service graphic/cartographic production facility. Established in 1953, it has a long history of excellence in cartographic production. The Lab provides mapping services to the University community, Local, State and Federal Agencies as well as to Non-profit and For-profit corporations. The Lab has the necessary staffing, hardware and software to successfully complete most mapping projects. Estimates and quotes are given for all projects.
University of Wisconsin Cartography Lab (UWCL)
M390 Science Hall
550 N. Park Street
Madison WI 53706
The Cartography and Geographic Information Science Center specializes in all stages of Geographic Information Systems, from concept to the production of professional online interactive maps, print publication-ready maps, and the display of spatial information and graphics while providing student internship opportunities. The Center also creates geographic and attribute files for analysis with Geographic Information Systems.
Donna G. Genzmer, GISP
Director, Cartography & GIS Center
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
PO Box 413
3210 N. Maryland Ave./Bolton 420
Milwaukee, WI 53201
The Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center (WyGISC) is an interdisciplinary research institute at the University of Wyoming focused on the development of geospatial information and technologies and their applications in science, education, government and business.
Director | Research Scientist, Sr. Extended Term Track
Department 4008, 1000 E. University Avenue
University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY 82071 USA