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Apologies if I've doubled posted- don't see yesterday's attempt.

Hoping to re-connect to production cartography and NACIS fellowship after taking a slightly different path through field mapping and archaeology. I was traditional carto-trained at UC Berkeley and Univ Hawaii at Manoa in 1980's and interned at National Geographic, but work in the last 20years was mostly in pure mapping- with the plane table and alidade, with some atlas and publication work in between. Recently went to work for National Parks and it looks like I'm headed back into production cartography. Glad to be back to my heart's work.

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Hi and welcome - sounds like an interesting background, and I am sure that you will have plenty of wisdom to share... ?
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Welcome (howzit ;) ). That does indeed sound like an interesting background. I'm actually kinda interested in mapping for the sciences, archeology or environmental research work; taking my publication cartography experience in the other direction. It would be interesting to hear more about the work you've done.

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I'll dust off my wisdom cap and be ready! thank!


Hi and welcome - sounds like an interesting background, and I am sure that you will have plenty of wisdom to share... ?



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No emoticon for a Hawaii shaka back at 'ya, so I'll say howzit too. Looking forward to reading posts here and participating.

MaryAnne



Welcome (howzit ;) ). That does indeed sound like an interesting background. I'm actually kinda interested in mapping for the sciences, archeology or environmental research work; taking my publication cartography experience in the other direction. It would be interesting to hear more about the work you've done.

Dave






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