The Earth Sciences & Map Library collects GIS data for areas around the world, with an emphasis on the nine county San Francisco Bay Area and northern California, and makes it available for use on the GIS workstations. Library users can download freely available data to use in their projects. The library also collects licensed GIS data that is accessible by library users who are affiliated with UC Berkeley.
To search the library catalog for GIS data, in Oskicat use the Advanced Keyword Search to search for subject keywords. Include the terms geographic information systems or databases or gis data or geospatial information as well as place names. Example: oakland gis data.
GeoData @ UC Berkeley
GeoData@UCBerkeley is the UCB Library's geoportal to GIS data (currently in beta release). It is not comprehensive, but is a good place to start your search. For more open layers check out EarthWorks from Stanford University Library.
Demographic and business data, maps and reports for Mainland China at various administrative levels, and access to efficient data integration for spatial and non-spatial data (custom radii, administrative units, spatial boundaries).
China Geo-Explorer II provides access to demographic and business data, maps and reports for Mainland China at various administrative levels, and access to efficient data integration for spatial and non-spatial data (custom radii, administrative units, spatial boundaries). It is a tool for quick and accurate location analysis and spatial assessment, and a tool for identifying spatial patterns and trends. The database can generate easy-to-use and customized reports, dynamic charts, tables and maps. Data can be exported to PDF, Excel, Word, or Shape files.