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MapServer is an Open Source development environment for building spatially-enabled internet applications: http://mapserver.gis.umn.edu

ComputaMaps, Cape Town, South Africa, offers a wide variety of digital maps and software: http://www.computamaps.com

Intermap Technologies: http://www.intermap.com

RockWare, Inc. distributes more than 40,000 product catalogs of earth science software applications annually: http://www.rockware.com

DEM Data available on the Web

In accordance with NASA policy, the USGS EROS Data Center hosts and distributes SRTM data via the USGS Seamless Data Distribution System - Enhanced. http://srtm.usgs.gov

The U.S. Geological Survey offers 3 arc second (1 degree) and the new USGS GTOPO30 data format (2-byte binary files with extension .DEM). digital elevation data sets at these sites: http://edcwww.cr.usgs.gov

TopoSys GmbH - this company in Ravensburg, Germany supplies laser DEMs in 1m! resolution. Perfect for 3D views of cities, forestry studies and much more: http://www.toposys.de

Our own guide to 7.5 minute DEMs. Simply download these ASCII tables or Microsoft Excel sheets to get the names of all DEMs currently available: http://www.truflite.com/text/demguide.htm

Guide to 7.5 minute DEMs of California that are provided by the California State University at Northridge. Together with the new demo version you can make use of this list of high resolution California elevation data.: http://www.csun.edu

The most comprehensive listing of Digital Elevation Data available is by Bruce Gittings and can be found at: http://www.geo.ed.ac.uk/home/ded.html.

Neat Magazines & Their Web Sites

geoplace.com (formerly GIS World Online), the premier perodical and web site for GIS professionals and students: http://www.geoplace.com

3DArtist Magazine, a neat magazine for 3D enthusiasts: http://www.3dartist.com

Earth Observation Magazine, Geospatial Technologies In Your World: http://www.eomonline.com/

GeoBIT, a German language GIS publication: http://www.geopoint.de

Other Sites of Interest

Eric T. Lund created gorgeous vistas with our program: http://www.zappow.net

Since we have opened the door to data formats from Idrisi, Arc/Info and Erdas Imagine, here are links to find out more about these products. Idrisi: http://www.clarklabs.org, Arc/Info: http://www.esri.com, Erdas Imagine: http://www.erdas.com

PDS Mars Explorer for the Armchair Astronaut - Martian texture data retrieval as easy as on Earth: http://astrogeology.usgs.gov/Projects/MarsPDSExplorer/

Online CDROMs at the PDS Imaging Node (Imaging Node of the Planetary Data System): http://pds-imaging.jpl.nasa.gov/

Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory - Ray Sterner also has a homepage loaded with great relief images of the U.S., including some created with TruFlite: http://fermi.jhuapl.edu/s1r/people/res/res.html

AGIS, a mapping and simple geographic information system: http://www.agismap.com

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