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Just released! Cartographica 44:3, 2009

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Cartographica Volume 44, Number 3 /2009 is now available at http://utpjournals.m...t/nx2242496377/.

This issue contains:

Introduction: Cognitive Issues in Geographic Information Visualization
Sara Irina Fabrikant, Amy Lobben

Applications of Signal Detection Theory to Geographic Information Science
Amy L. Griffin, Scott Bell

fMRI and Human Subjects Research in Cartography
Amy Lobben, Megan Lawrence, Judy M. Olson

Naïve Cartography: How Intuitions about Display Configuration Can Hurt Performance
Mary Hegarty, Harvey S. Smallman, Andrew T. Stull, et al.

Navigation Tasks with Small-Display Maps: The Sum of the Parts Does Not Equal the Whole
Julie A. Dillemuth

Issues of Change Detection in Animated Choropleth Maps
Kirk Goldsberry, Sarah Battersby

Colour-Enhanced Star Plot Glyphs: Can Salient Shape Characteristics Be Overcome?
Alexander Klippel, Frank Hardisty, Rui Li, et al

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.

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