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Number 52, Fall 2005Number 52, Fall 2005

  • Mapping the Miasma, Tom Koch
  • Attention on Maps, Robert Lloyd
  • Remembering Ron Bolton, Chris Baruth & Susan Nelson
  • Looking Closer: A Guide to Making Bird's-eye Views of National Park Service Cultural and Historical Sites, Tom Patterson
  • From Drawer to Digital: A Statewide Collaboration for Building Digitial Historic Map Collections, Peter Michel, Linda Newman, Katherine Rankin, Vicki Toy-Smith and Glee Willis
  • World Atlas of Epidemic Diseases, Reviewed by Tom Koch
  • Mapping the News: Case Studies in GIS and Journalism, Reviewed by Mary L. Johnson
  • Heber Valley Camp, 1:9,000, Designed by Brandon Plewe
 

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Number 51, Spring 2005Number 51, Spring 2005

  • Elements of Cartography: Tracing Fifty Years of Academic Cartography, Judith Tyner
  • Putting "Cartography" into the History of Cartography: Arthur H. Robinson, David Woodward, and the Creation of a Discipline, Matthew H. Edney
  • Arthur Robinson: An Academic Family Tree, Henry Castner
  • Arthur H. Robinson: An Appreciation, Norman J. W. Thrower
  • Arthur H. Robinson: Reflections on the Personage, Joel Morrison
  • Contemplating the Challenges. . .and Some Recollections, George F. McCleary, Jr.
  • Remembering Arthur Robinson, Judy Olson
  • A Lifelong Curiosity About Maps, Karen Severud Cook
  • In Rememberance of David Woodward: Of Mentors and Madison, Jan Mersey
  • David Woodward, An Appreciation, Matthew H. Edney
  • David as Map, Guntram H. Herb
  • In Memory of David Woodward, Scholar and Mentor, Paula Rebert
  • The Robinson XI Projection, Henry Castner
  • Arthur Robinson and the OSS, A Letter from Lawrence Martin, January 5, 1946
  • Arthur Robinson Family Tree, Scott Freundschuh
 

Number 50, Winter 2005Number 50, Winter 2005

  • In Memory of Bill Loy, Stuart Allan
  • Unusual Display of DEMs, J. Ronald Eyton
  • Miscommunicating With Isoline Preference Maps: Design Principles for Thematic Maps, Daniel R. Montello and M. Violet Gray
  • Large-scale Topographic Web Maps Using Scalable Vector Graphics, Peter Pavlicko and Michael P. Peterson
  • Pre-Press and Technical Support Technician, Mark Loppnow
  • Penn State University Libraries: Building a Literary Map for the Web, Joanne M. Perry
  • Connecting Our World: GIS Web Services, Reviewed by David Broscoe
  • A Railroad Atlas of the United States in 1946: Volume 1: The Mid-Atlantic States, Reviewed by Fritz C. Kessler
  • Cordillera Huayhuash, 1:50,000, Designed by Martin Gamache
  • Unusual Displays of DEMs
  • Large-scale Topographic Web Maps Using Scalable Vector Graphics
  • Pre-Press and Technical Support Technician
 

Number 49, Fall 2004Number 49, Fall 2004

  • Cartography is Alive (Thank God!), James R. Carter
  • Visualizing Metadata: Design Principles for Thematic Maps, Joshua Comenetz
  • Cartographic Guidelines for Geographically Masking the Locations of Confidential Point Data, Michael Leitner and Andrew Curtis
  • Civil War Topographical Engineering in the Shenandoah, Brooks C. Pearson
  • Working With Your Printer, Michael Burnett
  • Building a Digital Collection of Photos and Maps: Milwaukee Neighborhoods at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries, Krystyna K. Matusiak and Judith T. Kenny
  • Manual of Aerial Survey: Primary Data Acquisition, Reviewed by Daniel G. Cole
  • Community Geography: GIS in Action and Community Geography: GIS in Action Teacher's Guide, Reviewed by Beth Filar Williams
  • University of Maine Recreational Trail Guide, Designed by Michael Hermann and Matthew Cote
  • Athens: 2004 Olympics, Designed by Bruce Daniel and Alex Tait
  • Cartographic Guidelines for Geographically Masking the Locations of Confidential Point Data
  • Civil War Topographical Engineering in the Shenandoah
 

Number 48, Spring 2004Number 48, Spring 2004

  • Response to "Cartography is Dead (Thank God!)", Tom Koch
  • Indigenous Hawaiian Cartographer: In Search Of Common Ground, Renee Pualani Louis
  • Encroachment by Word, Axis, and Tree: Mapping Techniques from the Colonization of New England, Margaret W. Pearce
  • The Cartographic Heritage of the Lakota Sioux, Julie A. Rice-Rollins
  • Using Valid Value Tables in Geodatabase Design to Define Feature Types, Aileen Buckley
  • The Salton Sea Atlas, Reviewed by Judith A. Tyner
  • Cholera, Chloroform, and the Science of Medicine: A Life of John Snow, Reviewed by Tom Koch
  • Indigenous Hawaiian Cartographer: In Search Of Common Ground
 

Number 47, Winter 2004Number 47, Winter 2004

  • Mapping September 11, 2001: Cartographic Narrative in the Print Media, Robert R. Churchill and Suzanne J. Slarsky
  • Hal Shelton Revisted: Designing and Producing Natural-Color Maps with Satellite Land Cover Data, Tom Patterson and Nathaniel Vaughn Kelso
  • Small Type, Screens and Color in a Postscript Offset Printing Environment, Nat Case
  • The Man Who Flattened the Earth: Maupertuis and the Sciences in the Enlightenment, Reviewed by Judith A. Tyner
  • Cataloging Sheet Maps, the Basics, Reviewed by Christopher H. Mixon
  • Cartography 2003
  • Mapping September 11, 2001: Cartographic Narrative in the Print Media,
  • Hal Shelton Revisted: Designing and Producing Natural-Color Maps with Satellite Land Cover Data
  • Small Type, Screens and Color in a Postscript Offset Printing Environment
 

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Number 46, Fall 2003Number 46, Fall 2003

  • Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World: the Cartographic Fundamentals in Retrospect, Richard J.A. Talbert
  • Marianne Moore's "Sea Unicorns and Land Unicorns": The "Unreal realities" of Early Modern Maps and Animals, Adele J. Haft
  • Changing Faces, Changing Places: Mapping Southern Californians, Reviewed by Judith Tyner
  • Representations of Space and Time, Reviewed by Matt McGranaghan
  • Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World: the Cartographic Fundamentals in Retrospect
  • Marianne Moore's "Sea Unicorns and Land Unicorns": The "Unreal realities" of Early Modern Maps and Animals



 

Number 45, Spring 2003Number 45, Spring 2003

  • Cartography is Dead (Thank God!), Denis Wood
  • Cartographic Design: Rhetoric and Persuasion, Mark Denil
  • World Views: Maps & Art, Reviewed by Jim Ketchum
  • Maps of Medieval Thought. The Hereford Paradigm., Reviewed by Karen Trifonoff
  • Raster data in multimedia atlases: benefits and challenges. Examples from the "Atlas of Switzerland  interactive", Marianne Ruegsegger, Christoph Schmid and René Sieber
  • Cartographic Design: Rhetoric and Persuasion
  • Raster data in multimedia atlases: benefits and challenges. Examples from the "Atlas of Switzerland  interactive"
 

Number 44, Winter 2003Number 44, Winter 2003

  • The Atlas of Canada Web Mapping: The User Counts, Donna Williams, Douglas O'Brien, Eric Kramers
  • Moving the Atlas of Saskatchewan from a Hardcopy (Millennium Edition) to a Multi-Media (CD-ROM Edition) Platform, Lawrence Martz, Elise Pietroniro
  • State Atlas Design, James E. Meacham, Stuart Allan
  • Design Guidelines for Digital Atlases, Amy K. Lobben, David K. Patton
  • Tips for Designing Effective Animated Maps, Mark Harrower
  • Erikson, Eskimos, and Columbus: Medieval European Knowledge of America, Reviewed by Russell S. Kirby
  • Maps of The Queens Jazz Trail, The Harlem Renaissance, and The East Village, Reviewed by Matt Knutzen
  • Spying With Maps: Surveillance Technologies and the Future of PrivacyReviewed by Barbara P. Buttenfield, Vanessa Bauman, R.J. Kern
  • Moving the Atlas of Saskatchewan from a Hardcopy (Millennium Edition) to a Multi-Media (CD-ROM Edition) Platform
  • State Atlas Design
  • Tips for Designing Effective Animated Maps
 

Number 43, Fall 2002Number 43, Fall 2002

  • Earle Birney's "Mappemounde": Visualizing Poetry With Maps, Adele J. Haft
  • Hillshading With Oriented Halftones, Patrick J. Kennelly
  • Getting Real: Reflecting on the New Look of National Park Service Maps, Tom Patterson
  • Atlas of Oregon, Second Edition, Reviewed by Joseph Stoll
  • Atlas of Oregon CD-ROM, Reviewed by Joseph Stoll
  • The Map that Changed the World: William Smith and the Birth of Modern Geology, Reviewed by Brenden E. McNeil
  • Earle Birney's "Mappemounde": Visualizing Poetry With Maps
  • Getting Real: Reflecting on the New Look of National Park Service Maps
 

Number 42, Spring 2002Number 42, Spring 2002

  • Using ArcMap to Enhance Topographic Presentation, David Barnes
  • Photoshop 6 Tutorial: How to Create Basic Colored Shaded Relief, Alex Tait
  • Bryce 5 Tutorial: How to Drape a Satellite Image Onto a DEM, Tom Patterson
  • Afghanistan Maps, Richard Furno
  • MAPublisher  Little Known Tips and Tricks, Ted Florence
  • The Perfect Cartography Software, and How We Live Without It, Brandon Plewe
  • The Design of Globe Gores, Daan Strebe
  • CUAC MINUTES, Submitted by Dan Seldin
 

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Number 41, Winter 2002Number 41, Winter 2002

  • Thinking Philosophically in Cartography: Toward A Critical Politics in Mapping, Jeremy W. Crampton
  • Frank H. Galbraith's Railway Mail Service Maps, 1897, Virginia W. Mason
  • Participatory Mapping of Disabled Access, Rob Kitchin
  • The Cambridge Star Atlas, Reviewed by Edith Punt
  • The Map Library in the New Millennium, Reviewed by Joanne M. Perry
  • The Ohio State University Libraries Map Room, Steve Rogers
  • Digital Map and Geospatial Information Center Princeton University Library, Tsering Wangyal Shawa
  • Map and Geographic Information Center Centennial Science and Engineering Library University of New Mexico, Mary Wyant
 

Number 40, Fall 2001Number 40, Fall 2001

  • The Future Is Now: a Map Librarian's Response to "The Map Library's Future", Scott R. McEathron
  • The Map Library's Future Revisited: A Response, C. Peter Keller
  • Mapping Ethnicity: Color Use in Depicting Ethnic Distribution, Jenny Marie Johnson
  • Henry Reed's Poetic Map of Verona: (Di)versifying the Teaching of Geography, IV, Adele J. Haft
  • Mapping for the Internet with Macromedia Director, Nathaniel Vaughn Kelso
  • The Grammar of Graphics, Reviewed by Russell S. Kirby
  • The New Nature of Maps: Essays in the History of Cartography, Reviewed by Mark Monmonier
 

Number 39, Spring 2001Number 39, Spring 2001

  • The Map Library's Emerging Role in the Dissemination of Cartographic Information on the Internet, Patrick McGlamery and Robert G. Cromley
  • Feeling It Out: The Use of Haptic Visualization for Exploratory Geographic Analysis, Amy L. Griffin
  • Visualizing Change: Using Cartographic Animation to Explore Remotely-Sensed Data, Mark Harrower
  • Creating TrueType Fonts For Use As Symbols in ArcGis®, Jaynya W. Richards
  • Online Mapping and Critical GIS, Jeremy W. Crampton
  • University of Colorado at Boulder Map Library, Elisabeth Filar Williams
  • The Huxley Map Library at Western Washington University, Janet R. Collins
  • The Map Collection at the University at Stony Brook, David Y. Allen
  • GIS and Health, Reviewed by Russell S. Kirby
  • The Island of Lost Maps: A True Story of Cartographic Crime, Reviewed by Judith A. Tyner
 

Number 38, Winter 2001Number 38, Winter 2001

  • Whither Cartography?, Judith A. Tyner
  • How The Monosemic Graphics Go Polysemic, Jan Ketil Rod
  • Visualizing Data Certainty: A Case Study Using Graduated Circle Maps, Laura D. Edwards and Elisabeth S. Nelson
  • The Poet As Map-Maker: The Cartographic Inspiration and Influence of Elizabeth Bishop's "The Map", Adele J. Haft
  • Physical Terrain Modeling for Geographic Visualization, Douglas R. Caldwell
  • The Map Library's Future, C. Peter Keller
  • Cyber Rights and Cyber Maps, Jeremy Crampton
  • Geographic Information Systems, An Introduction by Tor Bernhardsen, Reviewed by Gordon Kennedy

 


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CP67 - Winter 2010
Special Digital Issue 3

on Mountain Cartography

CP67. Winter 2010

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CP66 - Fall 2010
Special Digital Issue 2

CP66

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CP64 - Fall 2009
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Cover Art for CP

 

CP 54

 

Past covers of Cartographic Perspectives have been graced by the "carto-art"of Matt Knutzen.  Matt is the Assistant Chief of the Map Division at the New York Public Library (NYPL).  Matt holds an MFA from Pratt, and a geography degree from Berkeley.  In his work, Matt combines the best of both worlds: Art + Cartography.  His art playfully and creatively takes the map as artifact and transforms it into pieces that catch the mind's eye.  Matt presented his work at the NYPL in a talk titled: Outside the boundary: A presentation of map artworks by Matthew A. Knutzen.

 

CP Commemorative Issue - Celebrating 25 Years of NACIS


 

The Cartographic Perspectives Commemorative Issue celebrates the 25th anniversary of NACIS. In this special issue four past editors of CP reflect on their tenure as editor and their favorite articles - a insightful history of Cartographic Perspectives. The cover features the past 51 cover designs and a map to the last 25 NACIS meeting locations. We have a limited number of these issues left for purchase ($15 US/$20 international). If you are interested please contact Jim Anderson by e-mail. Checks made payable to NACIS can be mailed to:

 

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Selected CP Covers


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Winter, 2006 Fall, 2004
Winter, 2004 Spring, 2003
Fall, 2002 Fall, 2001

 

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