Urban Planning 507, Geographic Information Systems
Prof. Sandra Arlinghaus

College of Architecture and Urban Planning
The University of Michigan

The images are designed to be displayed on the web and are therefore presented at a resolution that may not make the best printout.  All images, however, could be modified (at the very least from their root files) to be printed out at high resolution on 8.5" by 11" paper or to be printed out on a plotter.

Enjoy the variety and the individuality of each site; GIS is far more than simple acquisition of software technique.  As fine literary skills form the base of effective use of a word processor, so too does acquisition of geographic and mapping concepts form the base of effective use of GIS software.  Software is a rapidly moving target; underlying concepts and theories are not.

Chae Gun Chung
Detroit Empowerment Zone:  Spatial Analysis
Moira L. Zellner
Water Quality in the Rouge River Watershed
Bjorn E. Hansen and Andrew C. McCloskey
Hazel Park Sidewalk Reporting System
Tanvi M. Parikh and Wei Jin
West Vernor:  A Mapped Photo Inventory of Properties
Paula C. Kremidas
City of Detroit:  Historic Districts and Land Use Patterns
Alan R. Bean
Southwest Detroit Population and Housing Demographics
John E. Allread
Carpooling:  Southwest Detroit
Environmental Justice:  Southwest Detroit
Seung-Hoon Han
Boston Metropolitan Subway System:  Spatial Analysis
Kenneth Y. Sims
Peruvian Archaeological Information System
Fiji:  Information System
Daniel C. Pugh
Archaeological Information System
Zachary G. Branigan
Environmental Justice:  Traverse City, Michigan
Jeremy J. Mollison
Education and Land Use
Linday A. Mason and Shalonda Hunter
Ann Arbor:  Allen Creek Floodplain and Land Use Patterns