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The Cartographic Journal 50th Anniversary

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Ken Field

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The 50th Anniversary edition of The Cartographic Journal has just been published and may be of interest to those on CartoTalk since...it's free to download.  The issue contains eighteen viewpoint articles from a wide range of people with a cartographic persuasion including authors, cartographers, publishers, academics and the mapping business.  Articles range from historical perspectives to the thoughts of neocartographers; from recognized luminaries to school children.  The publishers have agreed for the issue to be freely available until the end of 2013 so please do take a look.  Click here for the link to the online version at IngentaConnect.


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Very nice idea and interesting content. I especially appreciated the paper from Mark Monmonier (of "How to lie with maps" fame), History, Jargon, Privacy and Multiple Vulnerabilities.

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