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Geotrip: A Guide: Home

Field guides, maps, and GIS data for researchers, students, and interested academics who do geologic field work.

Table of Contents

Home
> Introduction

Field Guides
> Field Guide Discovery
> eField Guides
> Field Guides from Springer

Map Holdings FAQ
> Finding Maps in Orbis
> Geospatial Data
> Extent of Holdings

Digital Maps 101
> Q&A
> GIS Data: New England
> National & International Resources

Printing and Other Services
> Interactive Technologies
> Printing

Dive Into GIS

A Range of Resources ...

Yale's collections of maps and field guides are large and diverse. This guide is for geologists and students of geology who want a fast, easy gateway for accessing these resources. It includes digital and print field guide series, where to go for up-to-date geospatial data to easily generate maps of New England geology, and locations on campus where you can find maps to support your inquiry.

If you see a resource that isn't listed here (but should be), please contact us via email.

Shetucket River and environs, Connecticut, USA. United States Geological Survey map, 1893, Norwich sheet. Published in the Topographic Atlas for the State of Connecticut, 1893. This map is in the public domain.

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