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As the Rim Fire continued to burn in and around Yosemite National Park, a former UC Merced student’s work related to the fire burned up the Internet in August 2013.

Fall 2014

We are avaialbe to meet with you to discuss your GIS needs, offer GIS consulting for research projects and instructional support

Please contact emutch (@) ucmerced.edu to set up an appointment. Drop-in hours for September are as follows:

September 2nd - 12pm - 3pm

September 4th - 12pm - 3pm

September 9th - 2pm - 4pm

September 11th - 2pm - 4pm

September 16th - 12pm - 3pm

September 18th - 12pm - 3pm

September 23rd - 12pm - 3pm

September 25th - 12pm - 3pm

Goals

 

  • SpARC will Become the hub for spatial science research, analysis, education, visualization, spatial data archiving, and access to spatial science software and equipment for UC Merced and its partners.
  • SpARC will Lead faculty and community partner grants for research and other activities with a spatial aspect and collaborate on ongoing projects.
  • SpARC  Support expanded undergraduate curriculum in geography and spatial sciences.

Location

The new Spatial Analysis & Research center is located in the new Social Sciences and Humanities Building (SSM) on the second floor room 209. 

 

 

 

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