GISLab is a geospatial information resource at LANL, providing
GIS analysis and cartographic services as well as earth science
and environmental data. It was established in 2001 after the Cerro
Grande wildfire to include the earlier Facility for Information
Management, Analysis, and Display (FIMAD) and the newer $2.1M Cerro
Grande Rehabilitation Project (CGRP) GIS project, completed in 2002.
The GISLab staff consists of a team of a highly skilled, multi-disciplinary
scientists and professionals who are knowledgeable in GIS technology,
information science, environmental and life sciences, geology, modeling,
project management, and emergency planning.
Our staff provides accurate data and metadata, GIS functionality,
and responsive GIS services to the GIS stakeholder community within
LANL. GISLab has created a spatial
data warehouse to provide access to key LANL GIS data. In addition,
information about GIS is available to external users via this website.