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Richter Library Remote Services: This page lists all of the available UM Libraries online services during the COVID-19 emergency.
Undergraduate Essentials: Recommended resources at the library for undergraduates, many of which are online.
Graduate Essentials: Recommended resources at the library for graduate students, many of which are online.
The library collections contain materials covering geographic, cultural, historical, and other information for most areas of the world. There is a particular emphasis on the southeast U.S., Latin America, and Europe.
For geographic information systems (GIS) and remote sensing, the library concentrates on the application of these technologies across many fields of study. You may want to look at our guide on GIS Resources at UM Libraries.
Be sure to also check out our guide on Sustainable Development!
This PDF file contains exercises that will will guide you through all the basic functions of the system and show how to set up your personal workspace.
If you're looking for maps in hard copy, please contact Terri Robar, email@example.com, for more information.
Human health and well-being are closely tied to the environment, which provides benefits such as clean water, clean air, and protection from natural hazards.
Chemical and non-chemical stressors can impact the environment’s ability to provide these benefits, also known as ecosystem goods and services.
EnviroAtlas provides geospatial data, easy-to-use tools, and other resources related to ecosystem services, their stressors, and human health.
Contents: volume 1. Geologic history and energy -- volume 2. Climate change -- volume 3. Biodiversity -- volume 4. Ethics -- volume 5. Contaminants.
The history of Europe is breathtakingly complex. While there are rare exceptions like Andorra and Portugal, which have had remarkably static borders for hundreds of years, jurisdiction over portions of the continent’s landmass has changed hands innumerable times.
This video comes to us from YouTube channel Cottereau, and it provides an informative overview of European history starting from 400 BC. Empires rise and fall, invasions sweep across the continent, and the borders of modern countries slowly begin to take shape (with the added bonus of an extremely dramatic instrumental).