The InfoGraphics Lab is a national leader in atlas production and design. The 2001 second edition of the Atlas of Oregon, became a model for modern atlas and thematic map design. The Lab has since published four awarding-winning atlases: Archaeology and Landscape in the Mongolian Altai: An Atlas (Esri Press 2010), and the Atlas of Yellowstone First Edition (UC Press 2012) and Second Edition (UC Press 2022), and Wild Migrations (OSU Press, 2018).
The Lab is continually developing new atlas models for better understanding of geographic regions and their complex cultural-political and physical ecologies, through compilations of integrated thematic maps, other geospatial data visualizations, imagery, and interpretation.
- Renewable Natural Resources Foundation Outstanding Achievement Award, 2020 (Wild Migrations)
- The Wildlife Society, Wildlife Publication Award for an Edited Book, 2019 (Wild Migrations)
- High Plains Book Award Finalist (Wild Migrations)
- Cartography and Geographic Information Society, Best of Show, 2012 (Atlas of Yellowstone); 2019 (Wild Migrations)
- Association of American Geographers Mountain Geography Specialty Group, Denali Recent Accomplishment Award, 2014 (Atlas of Yellowstone)
- Wyoming State Historical Society, Best Reference Book, 2013. (Atlas of Yellowstone)
- American Publishers Association, Prose Award, 2012. (Atlas of Yellowstone)
- International Cartographic Association, 2003 (Atlas of Oregon)
- Association of American Geographers: Globe Award, 2001 (Atlas of Oregon), 2010 (Altai)
For more information, please contact Jim Meacham.