The Mysterious World of US Government Maps An Introduction to Paper and Digital maps in the FDLP Christopher J.J. Thiry & Kathryn Lage Five State Government Documents Conference August 3, 2006 National Atlas of the United States of America 1970 Every library should own.
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An Introduction to Paper and Digital maps in the FDLP
Christopher J.J. Thiry & Kathryn Lage
Five State Government Documents Conference
August 3, 2006
USGS Thematic Maps—(I 19.85:C), (I 19.89:HA, (I 19.91:I), (I 19.87:GP), (I 19.88:GQ), (I 19.113:MF), (I 19.90:MR), (I 19.92:OC), (I 19.93:OM), (I 19.91/3:SIM)
other planets and the moon.
Customizable Maps (WebGIS)
Sites shown today:
Government data hosted by other organizations
Digital reproductions of paper maps
New methods of publishing cartographic information“Hi, I need a map…”How to begin thinking about online U.S. government maps
Christopher J.J. Thiry
Arthur Lakes Library
Colorado School of Mines
Office: (303) 273-3697
Fax: (303) 273-3199
Presentation and handout can be found at:
Jerry Crail Johnson Earth Sciences & Map Library
University of Colorado at Boulder
Office: (303) 735-4917
Fax: (303) 735-4879