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  • Index for Volume 48 (2013)
  • Kristy Hankewitz

Articles

A

Abbitt, Robbyn see Skryzhevska, Liza

Aborishade, P. see Akinyemi, Felicia

Akinyemi, Felicia, P.M. Kibora, and P. Aborishade.

  “Designing Effective Legends and Layouts with a Focus on Nigerian Topographic Maps.” 2013. 48/1:1–12.

“Analysis of Desertification in the Upper East Region (UER) of Ghana Using Remote Sensing, Field Study, and Local Knowledge.”

  Alex B. Owusu, Guido Cervone, and Sheryl Luzzadder-Beach. 2013. 48/1:22–37.

“Another Politics Is Possible: Neogeographies, Visual Spatial Tactics, and Political Formation.”

  Sarah Elwood and Katharyne Mitchell. 2013.

  48/4:275–92.

Arikawa, Masatoshi see Lu, Min

B

Brando-Escobar, Carmen see Touya, Guillaume

Bunnyfield, Nathaniel see Kostelnick, John C.

Burns, Ryan, and André Skupin.

   “Towards Qualitative Geovisual Analytics: A Case Study Involving Places, People, and Mediated Experience.” 2013. 48/3:157–76.

C

“A Cartographic Framework for Visualizing Risk.”

  John C. Kostelnick, Dave McDermott, Rex J. Rowley, and Nathaniel Bunnyfield. 2013. 48/3:200–224.

“Cartographic Visualization of Vulnerability to Natural Hazards.”

  Tomasz Opach and Jan Ketil Rød. 48/2:113–25.

Cervone, Guido see Owusu, Alex B.

Conway, Tenley M. see Shrestha, Namrata.

Cromley, Robert G., Dean M. Hanink, and Jie Lin.

   “Developing Choropleth Maps of Parameter Results for Quantile Regression.” 48/3:177–88.

D

Dalton, Craig M.

   “Sovereigns, Spooks, and Hackers: An Early History of Google Geo Services and Map Mashups.” 2013. 48/4:261–74.

De Montis, Andrea, and Daniele Trogu.

   “Planning Land-Use Change for Biomass-Fuelled Energy-Production Plants: Spatial Analyses Applied to the Case of Sardinia, Italy.” 2013. 48/1:13–21.

“Designing Effective Legends and Layouts with a Focus on Nigerian Topographic Maps.”

  Felicia Akinyemi, P.M. Kibora, and P. Aborishade. 2013. 48/1:1–12.

“Detecting Level-of-Detail Inconsistencies in Volunteered Geographic Information Data Sets.”

  Guillaume Touya and Carmen Brando-Escobar. 48/2:134–43.

“Developing Choropleth Maps of Parameter Results for Quantile Regression.”

  Robert G. Cromley, Dean M. Hanink, and Jie Lin. 2013. 48/3:177–88.

E

Elwood, Sarah, and Katharyne Mitchell.

   “Another Politics Is Possible: Neogeographies, Visual Spatial Tactics, and Political Formation.” 2013. 48/4:275–92.

Engler, Nate J., Teresa Scassa, and D.R. Fraser Taylor.

   “Mapping Traditional Knowledge: Digital Cartography in the Canadian North.” 2013. 48/3:189–99.

F

Fraser Taylor, D.R. see Engler, Nate J.

G

Gede, Mátyás see Kádár, Bálint.

“GIS Textbook Content as a Basis for Skill Development in Map Interpretation.”

  Liza Skryzhevska, Jerry Green, and Robbyn Abbitt. 2013. 48/1:38–46. [End Page 340]

Giudice, Nicholas A. see Salveson Nossum, Alexander

Green, Jerry see Skryzhevska, Liza

H

Hanink, Dean M. see Cromley, Robert G.

Hengshan, Li see Salveson Nossum, Alexander

I

“An Information Model for Pedestrian Routing and Navigation Databases Supporting Universal Accessibility.”

  Mari Laakso, Tapani Sarjakoski, Lassi Lehto, and L. Tiina Sarjakoski. 2013. 48/2:89–99.

K

Kádár, Bálint, and Mátyás Gede.

   “Where Do Tourists Go? Visualizing and Analysing the Spatial Distribution of Geotagged Photography.” 2013. 48/2:78–88.

Ketil Rød, Jan see Opach, Tomasz

Kibora, P.M. see Akinyemi, Felicia

Kostelnick, John C., Dave McDermott, Rex J. Rowley, and Nathaniel Bunnyfield.

   “A Cartographic Framework for Visualizing Risk.” 2013. 48/3:200–224.

L

Laakso, Mari, Tapani Sarjakoski, Lassi Lehto, and L. Tiina Sarjakoski.

   “An Information Model for Pedestrian Routing and Navigation Databases Supporting Universal Accessibility.” 2013. 48/2:89–99.

Lehto, Lassi see Laakso, Mari

Li, Hengshan see Salveson Nossum, Alexander

“Lines Underground: Exploring and Mapping Venezuela’s Cave Environment.”

  Maria Alejandra Perez. 2013. 48/4:293–308.

Lin, Jie see Cromley, Robert G.

“Location-Based Illustration Mapping Applications and Editing Tools.”

  Min Lu and Masatoshi Arikawa. 2013. 48/2:100–112.

Lu, Min, and Masatoshi Arikawa.

   “Location-Based Illustration Mapping Applications and Editing Tools”. 2013. 48/2:100–112.

Luzzadder-Beach, Sheryl see Owusu, Alex B.

M

“Mapping Exurban Development: Can Road and Census Data Act as Surrogates?”

  Namrata Shrestha and Tenley M. Conway. 2013. 48/3:237–49.

“Mapping Traditional Knowledge: Digital Cartography in the Canadian North”

  Nate J. Engler, Teresa Scassa, and D.R. Fraser Taylor. 2013. 48/3:189–99.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1911-9925
Print ISSN
0317-7173
Pages
pp. 340-344
Launched on MUSE
2013-12-15
Open Access
No
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