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Welcome to the Maps & GIS Subject Guide!
Meyer Library Information
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850 S. John Q. Hammons Pkwy
Springfield, MO 65897
Visitors may park in the visitor's parking lot at the corner of National Avenue and Monroe Street (lot 13) or other metered parking on campus. The closest metered parking to the library is in Lot 19 on John Q. Hammons Pkwy.
Visitors may park in reserved lots, commuter and residence hall lots without a permit from 5:00 p.m. Friday to 7:00 a.m. Monday, except where posted otherwise.
A to Z MapsOnline This link opens in a new windowThis comprehensive database of over 60,000+ maps includes 5,000+ high-resolution modern maps of the world, regions, countries and states. There are outline maps, political maps, physical maps, population maps, environmental maps, climate change maps, and other thematic maps from NASA, USGS, USFS, NOAA and other scientific, technical, and conservation organizations. A to Z MapsOnline.com maps are royalty-free and may be used for reports, posters, multi-media presentations, and just about any other use imaginable.
Columbia Gazetteer of the World This link opens in a new windowColumbia Gazetteer of the World is a geographical dictionary of places and locations published by Columbia University Press. Its entries include information on demography, physical geography, political boundaries, industry, trade, and service activities.
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