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Recent Maps for Publication

Geography majors and GIS certificate program students with an interest in cartography often have the opportunity to make maps for publication. Listed below are the cartographers and the publication for which they have made maps from the last two years.

Dan Coe & Jon Franczyk
The Trees and Graves of Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery 2013 

Jon Franczyk & Nadia Jones
Chinookan Peoples of the Lower Columbia River eds. Robert Boyd, Ken Ames & Tony Johnson. 2013

Sara Loreno / Beth Chappell
Different Ways of Knowing, Shared Goals: Applied Sustainability Projects in the Himalayas and Great Basin by Jeremy Spoon in Social Sustainability: A Multilevel Approach to Social Inclusion eds. Jesse Dillard, Eileen M. Brennan and Veronica Dujon. 2013

Luke Edens
Kuenda Mberi– Our Path Forward: A Zimbabwean Story of Community Resilience by Kristen Magis & Jaiaen Beck in Social Sustainability: A Multilevel Approach to Social Inclusion eds. Jesse Dillard, Eileen M. Brennan and Veronica Dujon. 2013

Kristi Weber
Trees of Greater Portland by Phyllis Reynolds 2013 

Jon Franczyk
Fire in the Dark by Ron Talarico 2012

Colin Kamemoto
I Don’t Cry, But I Remember: A Mexican Immigrant’s Story of Endurance
by Joyce Lackie 2012

Robert Hildebrand
Nature's Northwest: The North Pacific Slope in the Twentieth Century by William Robbins & Katrine Barber 2011

Lindsay Mayer
Colonialism and Christianity in Mandate Palestine by Laura Robson 2011

Dan Uthman & David Banis
Portland Red Guide: Sites and Stories of Our Radical Past  by Michael Munk 2011

Steph Gaspers
Introduction to International and Global Studies by Shawn Smallman & Kimberly Brown 2011


Bethany Pratt
The Birth of International Businessmen: The Pioneers of US-Japanese Trade Relations (Kokusai-Businessman no Tanjyo: Nichi-bei keizaikannkei no Kaitakusha) by Kasuo Yasata (ed) 2011