First map of “America” belongs to the U.S.

The only known copy of the map believed to have first designated the New World as "America" now belongs to the Library of Congress.

Maps follow reemergence of West Nile Virus

Fewer cases here than in 2003, so far

Lewis & Clark maps on display in Washington

part of exhibit commemorating 200th anniversary

First map of America now belongs to U.S.

Library of Congress display open to Nov. 29

Wet or dry? Drought or monsoon?

maps of recent climate may be revealing

Plant hardiness zones creep northward

Serious gardeners know to consider a perennial plant’s hardiness zone rating before expecting blooms year after year.

Lake clarity mapped on the web

UW-Madison project first of its kind

SCO to offer Map Design workshop

April 8 in Madison

USGS raises price for 24K quads

Sheet price now $6

West Nile Virus maps available

The West Nile Virus has again been documented in Wisconsin. Maps are available on line.