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Wednesday, October 17 • 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Welcome Reception and Map Gallery Opening

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Main Gallery Displays:

Russell Fjord Wilderness
Aaron Taveras, Atelier Cartography

Wild Migrations: A Comprehensive Atlas Visualizing the Science and Conservation of Ungulate Migration Corridors
Alethea Steingisser, James Meacham, InfoGraphics Lab, University of Oregon

Ten years of US Topo: A review of continuous product improvement
Andrew Stauffer, Sara Boyer, US Geological Survey

The White Mountains of New Hampshire
Andy Woodruff, Axis Maps

The North American Continent
Anton Thomas, Anton Thomas Art

The Alps
Brandon Plewe, Brigham Young University

Folds and Fossils of the Chuckanut Formation in Northwestern Washington
Daniel Coe, Washington Geological Survey

Glacial Landforms of the Puget Lowland
Daniel Coe, Washington Geological Survey

Port Angeles Tsunami Evacuation Walk Times
Daniel Coe, Daniel Eungard, Washington Geological Survey

Airline Route Maps
Daniel P. Huffman, somethingaboutmaps

Round Islands and Îles Rondes of the United States and Canada
Daniel P. Huffman, somethingaboutmaps

Road Trip Map of Virginia
David Glassett, Peaceful Valley Maps

Hand-drawn plausible fictitious maps.
David Nuttall, Artimaps

Lake Tahoe
Elaine Guidero, U.S. Geological Survey

All Over the Map, a new book of stories about maps and cartography from National Geographic
Greg Miller, Betsy Mason, All Over the Map / National Geographic

Iturup / Etorofu-tō
Heather Smith, Esri

A Century of Growth: California Population, 1900–2010
Jake Coolidge, Colorado State Univ./National Park Service

World Refugee Crisis
Jasmin Khangura, USAID

Relative Local Intensity of Tornadoes by Month
John Nelson, Esri Inc.

Procedural Modeling of Chesapeake Landscapes
John Wolf, US Geological Survey

Crude Oil System of North America
Josie Sajbel, Ginny Mason, S&P Global Platts

Kenneth Field, Esri Inc.

Mapping the fiery chaos
Lauren Tierney, Aaron Steckelberg, Ann Gerhart, Armand Emamdjomeh, The Washington Post

A Dangerous Delicacy
Lea LeGardeur, Middlebury College

San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail - North San Pablo Bay
Maegan Leslie Torres, GreenInfo Network

Remaking Livable Worlds on a Quarter Acre
Nicholas Perdue, Laura Johnson, Humboldt State University

Expanding Latinidad
Nil Tuzcu, Harvard University, Istanbul Urban Database; Riley Champine, National Geographic Magazine

Northwest Washington State in Nine Map Styles
Sarah Bell, Esri

Tithe:: Ten Percent
Steven R Holloway, toMakePress

2D and 3D Transect Maps
Travis White, University of Kansas

The George F. Jenks Map Collection
Travis White, University of Kansas

Wednesday October 17, 2018 8:00pm - 9:30pm EDT
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