Recent Literature in Cartography and Geographic Information Science

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Recent Literature in Cartography and Geographic Information Science


Finn, Michael P., Yamamoto, Kristina H., Thunen, Diana, Cartography and Geographic Information Science


Atlases

Battersby, S. E., J.T. Mitchell and S.L. Cutter. 2011. Development of an online hazards atlas to improve disaster awareness. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 20(4): 297.

Baxter, J.M., I.L. Boyd, M. Cox, A.E. Donald, S.J. Malcolm, H. Miles, B. Miller and C. Moffat (Eds.). 2011. Scotland's Marine Atlas: Information for the national marine plan. Marine Scotland, Edinburgh. p. 191.

Beconyte, G. and D. Katz. 2011. Atlas of northeastern Yiddish: importance of maps in linguistic research. Geodesy and Cartography 37(3): 119.

Bi, X.-M., M.-X. Deng, H.-C. Hong, X.-H. Zhang and Q. Hu. 2011. Design and complication of "Seismic Hazard Atlas" on the basis of GIS.Journal of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Engineering 31(4): 457

Brauen, G., S. Pyne, A. Hayes, J.-P. Fiset and D.R.F Taylor. 2011. Encouraging transdisciplinary participation using an open source Cybercartographic toolkit: The atlas of the Lake Huron Treaty Relationship Process. Geomatica 65:27-45

Didari, S., S. Zand-Parsa, A.R. Sepaskhah, A.A. Kamgar-Haghighi and D. Khalili. 2012. Preparation of frost atlas using different interpolation methods in a semiarid region of south of Iran. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 108:159-171

Dobesova, Z. 2012. Database modelling in cartography for the "Atlas of Election." Geodesy and Cartography 38(1): 20.

Giambelluca, T. W., Q. Chen, A. G. Frazier, J.P. Price, Y.-L. Chen, P.-S. Chu, J.K. Eischeid, et al. 2012. Online rainfall atlas of Hawaii. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.

Halamic, J., Z. Peh, S. Miko, L. Galovic and A. Sorsa. 2012. Geochemical Atlas of Croatia: Environmental implications and geodynamical thread. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 115:36-46

Kenya, M. and A.S. Fotheringham. 2011. The online atlas of Irish population change 1841-2002: A new resource for analysing national trends and local variations in Irish population dynamics. Irish Geography 44(2): 215.

Kravtsova, V. I. and N.S. Mit'kinykh. 2011. Mouths of world rivers in the atlas of space images. Vodnye resursy. 38:3-19

Kuiper, J., K. Hlava, H. Greenwood and A. Carr. 2011. Renewable energy atlas of the United States. Argonne, I1. p. 42

Mederos, A.C.M., J.F.M. Padron and A.E.F. Lorenzo. 2011. An offshore wind atlas for the Canary Islands. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 15:612

Perez, E.O., S.M. Quintana and I.O. Pastor. 2011. Road and railway accessibility atlas of Spain. Journal of Maps 7(1): 31.

Vanasse, A.,J. Courteau and M. Courteau. 2012. The interactive atlas on health inequalities. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology 3(2): 129

Cartographers

Altic, M.S. 2012. Between the cross and the crescent: Countries bordering the Ottoman Empire in the eyes of Dutch cartographers. Cartographic Journal 49(2): 118.

Schmidt, C. 2011. The new media writer as cartographer. Computers and Composition 28(4): 303-314.

Cartography

Alonso, J., V. Milanes, E. Onieva, J. Perez, C. Gonzalez and T. De Pedro. 2011. Cartography for cooperative manoeuvres with autonomous land vehicles. Journal of Navigation 64(1): 141.

Caquard, S. 2011. Cartography I: Mapping narrative cartography. Progress in Human Geography 35.

Cartwright, W. 2011. Advancing global cartography and GIScienee. Cartographic Journal 48(2): 81.

Chilton, S. 2011. OS OpenData and its effect on non-commercial cartography. Cartographic Journal 48(3): 183.

Crampton, J.W. 2011. Cartographic calculations of territory. Progress in Human Geography 35(1): 92-103.

Denil, M. 2011. The search for a radical cartography. Cartographic Perspectives, 68: 7-28.

Field, K. and Demaj, D. 2012. Reasserting design relevance in cartography: Some concepts. Cartographic Journal 49(1): 70-76.

Flowerdew, R. 2011. The map as art: Contemporary artists explore cartography. …

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