Course Guide for ENVD 4100
Landscape Architecture Studio
- Current & Historical
Maps of L.A.
- Special Map
- Map Library
- In the Map Library: Maps in the call number range G4364.L8
- City of Los Angeles GIS Map Gallery (Click on "Maps and Stats" and then "GIS Map Gallery)
- Navigate LA Map Gallery
- Los Angeles County Interactive GIS Web Mapping Apps
- Los Angeles County GIS Data Portal
- Los Angeles Public Library Digital Map Collection
- The Bancroft Library at UC-Berkeley
- Huntington Digital Library
- David Rumsey Map Collection
- UT-Austin Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection
- Library of Congress
- California Watershed Portal
- California Watershet Network
- The Los Angeles River Watershed
- Los Angeles County Department of Public Works
- Los Angeles County Watershed Boundaries
- Sediment Yield of the Castaic Watershed, Western Los Angeles County, California -- A Quantitative Geomorphic Approach
- The New York Times: Mapping Poverty in America (choose Los Angeles at the bottom)
- Los Angeles Times Mapping L.A.
- Social Explorer
- Urban Agriculture in LA from Cultivate Los Angeles (background info)
- Census Data on Farms: 2007 Census of Agriculture
- 1980 data mapped in Social Explorer (the most recent included in Social Explorer)
- USGS Map Locator & Downloader
- Enter "Los Angeles, CA" in the search bar.
- The Google map will zoom in to the Los Angeles area. Click on the red place marker on the map. This will bring up a list of all available topograhic maps of Los Angles.
- You can click on the link to view a thumbnail of each map, or you can click to download a PDF of the map.
- Remaining Recoverable Petroleum in Ten Giant Oil Fields of the Los Angeles Basin, Southern California
- Oil Rigs in Los Angeles
- Los Angeles Times: Oil Fields
- The Oil Fields of the Los Angeles Basin
- Interactive Map of Oil Wells
- Shapefiles of Oil Wells and Fields
- California Energy Almanac
Los Angeles Aqueduct
This guide shows how to cite maps in 28 different forms, and it includes several examples for each form.
This research guide has a section on citing cartographic information.
This shows examples of citing maps and geospatial products.
Library Hours: In-depth research help is available from 9:00 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday.
Circulation: Maps can generally be checked out for a two-week period. Ask a staff member if you need to scan something that does not normally check out.
GIS: The Map Library has one computer with ArcGIS available. You can search for other labs on campus that also have ArcGIS.