About our facilities
The David B Frost GIS lab is a 44 seat, state-of-the-art Geographic Information Systems teaching and individual study computer lab. Computers there run the latest version of ArcGis as well as support programs for Computer Assisted Design (CAD), remote sensing and image editing. A large-format digitizer, flatbed scanner and networked large-format colour printer complete the continuously-improving technological offerings. We also have several outstanding specialized labs (see table below) as well as 4 teaching classrooms, including a dedicated Urban Planning and Design Studio.
Facilities room numbers and contacts
|Climatology, Hydrology and Paleo-Environments Lab (CHAPEL)||H1240|
|David B. Frost GIS Lab||H-1254-2||5478|
|Harry Clinch Reading Room||H-1254
|Landscape Ecology and Environmental Impact Assessment Lab||H-1269-1|
|River Management Lab||H-1263|
|Climate Modelling Lab||H-1265|
|Transportation Research for Integrated Planning (TRIP) Lab||H-1230|
|Urban Planning and Design Studio||H-1267|
- Visit our research groups section to see what kind of facilities are owned by departmental research groups.
Several other departments are involved in our Environmental Science program. Visit these departments to see what facilities you can use: