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Library Research and Resources for Geography
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Research Quick Start: Geography

For more resources, see the Find Books, Find Journal Articles, Find Spatial Data, or Find Maps pages.

  • ProQuest
    Multi-disciplinary index of general and scholarly titles for arts, business, humanities, social sciences, science and newspaper resources--many with full-text.
  • A to Z Maps Online
    Over 145,000 world, continent, country, and state maps including political maps, physical maps, and thematic maps on population, weather, trees, etc.
  • GeoData.gov
    "Geospatial One-Stop" U.S. Maps and Data Hosts U.S. federal, state, and local geographic maps and data.
  • Homer
    USC Library's catalog of books.
  • USC Spatial Science Program
    Spatial Science Program and GIS lab at USC
  • USC GeoPortal
    USC GeoPortal is a centralized repository of spatial data layers for use by USC faculty, staff, and students. The interface allows users to search, preview, map, and download geospatial data including including contours, land use, parcel data, and select census data for Los Angeles.

Research Assistance

    • Geography Librarian
      Email the geography librarian, Andy Rutkowski - arutkows@usc.edu, to request an appointment.
    • Doheny Library Reference Desk Hours
      Visit or call the Doheny Library Reference Desk to speak with a USC librarian directly: (213) 740-4039. Click link (above) for today's hours.
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    Email - arutkows@usc.edu
    Phone - 213-740-5398
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