The W. E. Upjohn Center for the Study of Geographical Change is a research center within the WMU College of Arts and Sciences. Here at the Center we apply our base technologies to study areas in India, the Himalayas, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Southeast Asia. But we're not limited to any specific region or continent of the world. For example, we've digitized old maps and layered recent imagery with them to produce stunning results that evince the impact of humankind upon the earth's surface. We've rubber-sheeted pre-colonial maps and compared them against the most recent topos to assess their accuracies. And we've imaged and geo-referenced some pretty rare documents. Take a moment to look around and examine some of our research and example projects and let us know how you like them. And feel free to suggest candidate projects. We appreciate your feedback.