Looking for that interesting map book or atlas for the cartographic nut in your family? Or maybe for you! Check out this listing of map books that were published or are scheduled to be published in 2018, with a few in 2019.
20 years have passed since the last atlas of desertification was published by the EU. Within that short period, the environment has undergone enormous global changes due largely to human activities. Fortunately, because of the massive increase and growth in the availability of global and regional datasets, and the tools necessary to analyze them, significant progress has been made in understanding human-environment interactions. Continue reading
Los Angeles County GIS has made the Woolsey Fire perimeter data available for download. Visit the page here for more info.
The Office of Strategic Services was formed in June 1942 in response to the entry of the United States into World War II. This was a time of codification of efforts around the collection of intelligence information in order to more effectively understand and respond to the events of the day. This effort brought together a number of experts, many from academia including a large number of cartographers. These cartographers created maps on demand that either stood alone or were part of reports. The maps were eventually distributed through the Federal Depository Library Program to libraries throughout the United States. The best estimate is that 5,753 unique maps were produced of which Stanford Libraries holds over 700.
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GIS Day 2018 is finally here. I am sure most of us GIS types are going to show off our work this week. Here are a few locations celebrating GIS Day this week:
Also check out the GIS Day map for a location near you!