Contains the statistical datasets purchased by the Kansas State University Libraries.
Established to coordinate and enhance research, extension, and teaching activities pertaining to environmental issues related to agriculture.
Links to the different resources, programs, and data offered and collected by the Research and Extension office in topics such as community development, crops and livestock, business and economics, the environment, youth development, health and nutrition, home and family, and lawn and garden.
Extends and expands K-State's historic mission of engagement and outreach. It is a place where university faculty and community leaders can come together to address community challenges, meet community needs, and realize community dreams through effective scholarship-based engagement.
A collection of more than 65,000 Kansas aerial photographs held by the K-State Libraries. The original photography was taken for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. All images are in the public domain. This website provides the means by which users can identify specific images and request that they be scanned.
Based on the Herbarium and Museum of Entomological and Prairie Arthropod Research, BiodIS is a portal for biodiversity data; including taxonomic, geographic, and ecological information, accompanied by a variety of digital resources.
Contains data collected at the Konza Prairie Biological Station; including flora and fauna, soil, chemistry, stream flow, precipitation, bird, and insect information.
Contains information and identification photos for 840 species of forbs, grasses, sedges, rushes, trees, and other woody plants that are found growing in Kansas.
From K-State Research and Extension, the Weather Data Library contains data on precipitation, air and soil temperature, and helpful links to other sites and information about the Kansas climate.
A program of the Kansas Biological Survey that conducts research on environmental and agricultural applications of remote sensing technology.
Current geospatial data acquired and developed for the state of Kansas from various federal, state, and educational institutions, are stored and distributed here.
This site includes geological studies and research, collect, correlate, preserve, and disseminate information leading to a better understanding of the geology of Kansas. A special emphasis is placed on natural resources of economic value, water quality and quantity, and geologic hazards.
Links to data and resources to help learn GIS, including Open Source Software Training. Some resources (GIS Workshops) are only available to KU students. If you are interested in a GIS workshop, please contact the K-State Data Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provides demographic and economic data from the U.S. Census Bureau and other sources to their patrons.
Brings together social scientists from a broad range of disciplines to pursue and conduct sponsored research at the international, national, regional, state, and local levels. IPSR affiliated faculty represent disciplines such as economics, education, environmental studies, geography, political science, public administration, social welfare, sociology, and urban planning.
This group aims to facilitate effective public policy decision making among governmental and non-profit entities. Their main services include survey and focus group research, economic impact analysis, public policy analysis, and strategic planning.
The mission is to enhance the region's economic growth and development by collecting, analyzing and disseminating business, economic, and demographic information, and conducting applied business, economic, and demographic research.
Provides resources and information to assist patrons in their work with the Census Bureau. Similar to the services provided by the State of Kansas Data Center.
Provides access to more than 1,700 digitized aerial photographs of Colorado taken by the U.S. Forest Service in the years from 1938 to 1947.