GIS Environmental Education
This Web site is a produvt of a growing assemblage of people from local, state and private sector organizations in North Carolina are working together to make local and statewide environmental data more readily available and usable by teachers, students and the general public. The consortium aims to enhance environmental education by enabling teachers and students as well as the general public to access North Carolina environmental data using geographic information systems (GIS). Projects include the Upper Neuse Regional Data System, NC River Basins, and Acid Rain Across America.
Upper Neuse Regional Data System
This Web-based interactive database contains numerous layers of socioeconomic data, natural resource collection, and environment data. Users can, explore, create, query, and print maps displaying information about the Upper Neuse Region in North Carolina.
NC State's Web-Based GIS
Links to interactive GIS mapping at NC State University.
Keeping an Eye on Zone
This activity from KanCRN uses GIS applets to display ground level ozone pollution from student collected data.
MABLE/Geocorr Geographic Correspondence Engine
This application allows you to access the MABLE geographic data base and to generate custom "correlation lists" as reports and/or files.
MapObjects Internet Map Server
A collection of Web-based GIS maps from ESRI.
HTI Topographic Maps
Enter your location and create an interactive raster map on the Web.
ESRI Schools and Libraries section
Environmental systems Research Institute Inc. (ESRI) is the source of GIS software packages such as ArcView, ArcVoyager, and ArcExplorer.
GPS World Online
GPS World Online is the online version of a magazine with interesting articles and product information.
Amazing Satellite Images
Amazing satellite images from the US Geological Survey.
ESRI provides internet map demos.
The US Geological Survey has a lesson in GIS.
Ligon Middle School GIS course
Ligon Middle School in Raleigh, NC uses GIS for a multidisciplinary course.
Exploring Earthquakes in Space and Time Through the
Internet and a Geographic Information System
This module contains an exercise in which students are asked to examine the frequency and distribution of earthquake epicenters and compare these epicenters to the distribution of plate boundaries and cities. Students download earthquake epicenters for the last several days and for an entire year from the Internet, and map the information using ArcView geographic information system (GIS), and analyze the patterns that become evident.
Water on the Web (WOW) Interactive Maps
WOW provides high school and undergraduate students with an opportunity to learn science and mathematics and technology while using near real-time and archived water quality data to monitor Minnesota lakes over the Internet.