cartographica_flyer_2007.pdf 126.3KB 100 downloadsAnnouncing free trial of Cartographica Online http://utpjournals.metapress.com
Cartographica, the international journal for geographic information and geovisualization, is now available electronically and includes the complete back file of previously published articles going back to issue 1.1, when Cartographica was known as The Cartographer. In addition to the substantial back file and current issues, the Cartographica Online site has all the features that users and librarians look for in an electronic resource including full searching (full text, Boolean, relevancy ranking, and persistent keyword searching), quick searching (single field, single button, automatic recognition of ISSN and DOI), advanced searching (citation text, publication, subjects, or content types), search results (summaries, dimensional navigation, abstracts, citation or tabular results, search within results, filter selected items), parent list navigation, publication metadata, TOC alerting, forward reference linking, and link exports.
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Cartographica is the international journal for geographic information and geovisualization. The journal is dedicated to publishing articles on all aspects of cartographic and geovisualization research while maintaining its tradition of publishing material on cartographic thought, the history of cartography, and cartography and society. Cartographica, edited by Jeremy Crampton, delivers in-depth research and writing covering a wide range of cartographic studies, including the production, design, use, and cognitive understanding of maps, the history of maps, and geographic information systems.
Top Ten Classic Cartographica Articles Now Free Online
The top ten most-cited articles in the history of Cartographica are now freely available online.
The papers represent a wide range of cartographic interests and include work by many influential writers, such as
1. J.B. Harley, "Deconstructing the Map,"Cartographica 26/2 (1989): –20.
2. D.M. Mark " Automated Detection of Drainage Networks From Digital Elevation Models," Cartographica 21/2&3 (1984): 168–178.
3. G. Langran and N.R. Chrisman, "A Framework for Temporal Geographic Information,"Cartographica, 25/3 (1988): 1–14.
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