Map Use for Refining Interpretations

Type: Virtual Paper
Theme:
Sponsor Groups: Cartography Specialty Group
Poster #:
Day: 4/11/2021
Start / End Time: 8:00 AM / 9:15 AM (PST)
Room: Virtual 43
Organizers: Megan Dixon
Chairs: Megan Dixon

Call for Submissions

Maps can be used to convey intended information, but the process of creating maps can also be treated as a process of discovery, used to uncover messages that would not otherwise emerge. Papers in this session employ the process of map-making to refine research questions, evaluate existing map products, and otherwise explore the power of cartography.


Description

This session brings together papers with a cartographic focus. Maps can be used to convey intended information, but the process of creating maps can also be treated as a process of discovery, used to uncover messages that would not otherwise emerge. Papers in this session employ the process of map-making to refine research questions, evaluate existing map products, and otherwise explore the power of cartography.


Agenda

Type Details Minutes Start Time
Introduction Megan Dixon The College of Idaho 10 8:00 AM
Presenter Marlon Galvis Aceros*, The College of Idaho, Mapping Colombia's Internal Conflict. 15 8:10 AM
Presenter Sterling Quinn*, Central Washington University, Using visibility analysis on a transportation network to inform cartographic selection 15 8:25 AM
Presenter Antonio Lista*, Urbs et Ager, Looking for the "Implicit Project" in Detroit Linwood district 15 8:40 AM

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