Map & Imagery
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Topographic map/aerial photo of UF sports complex
The University of Florida Map & Imagery
Library has over 495,000 maps and 165,000
aerial photos and satellite images. It is among
the top five academic map libraries in the
United States. The Map & Imagery Library has
general map coverage, topographic and
thematic, world-wide. Specialties of the
collection include Florida, Latin America, the
United States, Africa, and the Holy Land.
An extensive collection of atlases, CD-ROMs,
and gazetteers supplements the maps. These
collections include resources for specific as well
as general areas. GIS information and assistance
are provided by the Government Documents
Department. The Map & Imagery Library has
numerous databases and workstations. In
addition there is special GIS Librarian who can
be found at http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/docs/.
Research/reference assistance is available
during hours the Map & Imagery Library is
open. All atlases, most CDs, and over half of our
maps are listed in the online WebLUIS catalog at
"UF Libraries' Catalog" We recommend using
the "advanced" search for more options. Faculty
may place maps and atlases on reserve in the
Map & Imagery Library. Tours and group
instruction are available upon request.
Most maps may be checked out of the
Map & Imagery Library by faculty, staff, and
students for a one-week period, with the
possibility of an additional week's renewal.
Some items, such as rare maps, aerial photos,
atlases, and items on reserve, do not circulate.
* Several black and white copy machines are
located near the Map Library for patrons.
* There are also two scanners available, one
with an 1 l"xl7"bed. For those using the
scanners, the best storage option is a blank
CD brought by the patron to burn large
image files to disk.
* The Office of Academic Technology (OAT)
offers a photographic reproduction option as
* Copyright laws do apply to most items in
the Map & Imagery Library.
During the semester:
8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Hours for summer session, intercession, and
holidays are posted in advance on the George
A. Smathers Libraries Web site:
Our collections of modern maps and unique
Florida aerial photos are continually evolving.
Suggestions for additional acquisitions and
donations are always welcomed. In addition to
purchasing modern maps and aerials, special
fjnds are available to acquire antique mas, of
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The Mlap & Imntgery tibrair i, located on
thc ground ledel (,1rit floor) ,tf the Mairston
Science Library. Marston is located on Newell
Drive, near the center of campus, across from
Century Bell Tower.
For more information on the Map & Imagery
Map & Imagery Library
University of Florida
110 Marston Science Library
P.O. Box 117011
Gainesville, Flo4i -f- _] 11
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e-mail: mnapteit mail.utlib utlt4.l
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