Centers & Resources

 

Field Experience - Stanislaus State Geography hosts field experiences during summer, spring break, and some winter terms. Earn college credit and fulfill a general education requirements while exploring our world. Summer 2016 we will host GEOG 2250 Exploration & Navigation of the Sierra Nevada Mountains (GE Area E1). Open to Stan State students and the general public through UEE For more information, please contact Dr. McNally

The Bio-Ag Center

 

The Bio-Ag Field Site serves as an outdoor laboratory and field site on the Stanislaus State campus for observation, demonstration, and experimentation relating to the permaculture approach to sustainable land use and environmental planning. The Bio-Ag Dome is home to Geography's Dry Soil Lab. For more information, please contact Dr. Avwunudiogba

 

The Stanislaus State GIS lab supports teaching, research, and community projects with geotechnologies including geographic information systems (ArcGIS & QGIS), remote sensing (ERDAS Imagine) and statistical software (R), and global positioning systems (Garmin). For more information, please contact Dr. Hauselt

   

Cartography Lab Archive - The Geography Program maintains a collection of teaching maps, with special emphasis on central California. For more information, please contact Dr. Hauselt