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Atlas of Yellowstone

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W. Andrew Marcus, Senior Editor
James E. Meacham, Cartographic Editor
Ann W. Rodman, Yellowstone Editor
Alethea Y. Steingisser, Cartographic Production
University of California Press, 2012

The InfoGraphics Lab has completed the Atlas of Yellowstone; a data-rich, state-of-the art, authoritative reference volume on the Greater Yellowstone Region.

The Atlas of Yellowstone is the first atlas of a U.S. national park, a fitting tribute to the first national park in the world.The Atlas describes and explains the human and natural setting of Yellowstone and paints a rich tapestry of interactions in the same style and vein of the award-winning Atlas of Oregon.

The atlas educates the public, informs resource managers, and helps build a constituency for the Park through its persuasive blend of science and art.

To purchase the Atlas of Yellowstone, visit University of California Press.

Awards

2014, Association of American Geographers Mountain Geography Specialty Group, Denali Recent Accomplishment Award

2013, Wyoming State Historical Society, First Place Award in the Publications Reference Category

2012, Association of American Publishers PROSE Award for Excellence in Physical Sciences & Mathematics and also the PROSE Award in the Earth Sciences category

2012, Cartography and Geographic Information Society (CaGIS) 40th Annual Map Competition “Best in Show” Award.

Maps from the Altas of Yellowstone

 

For information about this project, contact Jim Meacham