Facility Information  

Located in 311 N. Mudd on the Caltech campus, the GIS Lab is a 21' x 22' computer laboratory designed for eight computer workstations.  Currently the lab has eight PC's and a large central table serves as a meeting site and work area for laying out project maps.  The Lab hosts ArcMap, ENVI/IDL, and Matlab, making these availble throughout the GPS Division network.  Researchers use the lab for compiling and digitizing spatial and attribute data, interpreting geologic and geophysical data, and producing publication-quality maps and figures. 

The GIS Lab also provides field laptops and GPS receivers to members of the GPS Division free of charge for use in research or for classes.  Click here for more information.