I’ve been uber-swamped of late with the non-mapping aspects of life, but I finally finished up maps of the Griffintown neighborhood for J. Matthew Barlow’s book, “The House of the Irish:” Diaspora, History & Memory in Griffintown, Montreal, 1900-2010, forthcoming from the University of British Columbia Press. More maps and brief discussion after the break…
At Mansfield, we recently received a grant for a 3D Printer. So, naturally, I worked to make a map with it. Continue reading
Some maps for Dr. Jimmy Guignard’s latest book (title forthcoming). It’s a look at the changes that the recent gas boom has brought to Tioga County PA, as experienced via bicycle.
Polished off a couple of maps for J. Matthew Barlow’s book “The House of the Irish:” Diaspora, History & Memory in Griffintown, Montreal, 1900-2010, forthcoming from the University of British Columbia Press. Looking forward to reading Matthew’s full book, and very honored to be a part of it.
An early draft of a new interpretation of Bailey’s biomes map, for the Plaid Avenger. There’s more work here than it looks! Continue reading
Continuing my sudden (apparent) interest in geology-related maps, here’re a few I recently made for Beth Johnson, my former colleague at UW-Fox Valley, in her paper about the exploration and development of Lake Agassiz in historical geologic literature. Above is the reference map of Lake Agassiz, two different boundaries provided in literature, and outflow paths marked by capital letters. Continue reading
A quickie map showing the number of beers & hot dogs that $20 can buy in MLB Stadiums – per Lee Stocks’s request. Data source here.