For assistance with GIS, geospatial data, and maps contact Sarah (Tong) Zhang, GIS&Map Librarian | Librarian for Geography | Librarian, Data Services Team, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you use SFU's site license to use ArcGIS Desktop on your personal computer: please be aware that the 2020 license codes for ArcGIS (including ArcMap and ArcGIS Pro) and extensions are now available. Please download the 2020 license file and update your ArcGIS Desktop license as soon as possible.
The 2019 CanMap Content Suite from DMTI is now available in Abacus.
Movebank: the free, online map of animal tracking data with contributions from researchers around the world
Counter-mapping: telling the stories of migrants around the world using cognitive mapping - e.g., Amalia Campos-Delgado (2018) Counter-mapping migration: irregular migrants’ stories through cognitive mapping, Mobilities, DOI: 10.1080/17450101.2017.1421022
Sad but timely: the Southern Poverty Law Center's map of hate groups operating in the U.S.
Canada’s Indigenous lands added to Google Maps, Google Earth
New update allows users to view 3,100 Indigenous communities and treaty settlement lands.
Check out the City of Vancouver's new Open Data portal: with new analysis and mapping functionalities.
Check out the City of Burnaby's new Open Data portal.
For data and statistics assistance and information, please see Data and statistics information resources.
Map image: Devastating 2003 heat wave in the Netherlands mapped using MODIS satellite data, by Mehdi Aminipouri, PhD Candidate, Department of Geography, SFU