Adonna Fleming, Editor
Electronic Version -- May/June 2002.
1.1. Dibblee Geological Foundation Merges with Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History2. New Maps, Books, Etc.
1.2. David Rumsey Collection Receives "Webby" Award
1.3. Jon Carlson Awarded the Helen Wallis Fellowship
1.4. New Web Page Concerning Thefts of Early Maps and Books
1.5. MAGERT Elects New Officers
1.6. Hillery Oberle Accepts Appointment as Map Archivist at Arizona State University
1.7. Katie Frohmberg Retires from University of California at Berkeley
1.8. Position Announcement: Head of Gov. Docs and Maps --Arizona State University Library
1.9. Position Announcement: Gov. Info. Resources and Maps -- Southern Methodist University
2.1. New Mapping of Western North America compiled by Ken Rockwell
2.2. New Titles from Nevada Department of Transportation
2.3. Articles of Interest
2.4. Books of Interest
3. Meetings and Other Educational Opportunities
3.1. Groupe des Cartothecaires de LIBER -- September 3-6, 2002 -- Helsinki
3.2. American Geographical Society Fellowship 2002-2003 -- Applications Due Sept. 16
3.3. Nominations for Fordham Award -- Royal Geographical Society -- Due Sept. 30
3.4. WAML Fall 2002 Meeting -- Tentative Schedule
Western Association of Map Libraries
1.1.Dibblee Geological Foundation Merges with Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
The Thomas W. Dibblee, Jr. Geological Foundation and the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History have announced plans for a merger that would bring the lifelong work of legendary field geologist, Tom Dibblee, to fruition and ultimately create an endowed center for geology at the Museum.
Mr. Dibblee, age 90, who still occasionally walks the Central Coast’s back country with students and fellow geologists, has devoted 75 years of his life to mapping California geology – crisscrossing one fourth of the state on foot.
“Most field geologists aspire to produce one map or a small section of a map in their career,” said John Powell, President of the Dibblee Geological Foundation. “Mr. Dibblee has mapped more than 500 quadrangles of California geology. “He is a living-legend for good reason,” he said. “The Dibblee Geological Foundation has published 110 of those quadrangles over the last 18 years. We intend to publish the remainder over the next several years in partnership with the Museum.” Mr. Dibblee is a descendant of Jose de la Guerra, pioneer settler of Santa Barbara, and Ebenezer Dibblee, an immigrant to California from Massachusetts in the 19th century. He grew up on the historic San Julian Ranch located near Lompoc, California. Among his many achievements, in 1948 he discovered the important Cuyama oil field in the Transverse Ranges of California while working for the Richfield Oil Corporation. In recognition of his work, Richfield named the main oil-producing horizon the "Dibblee Sand”.
The merger, announced by Mr. Powell and Museum Executive Director, Dr. Karl Hutterer, will result in the establishment of the Thomas W. Dibblee Jr. Center for Earth Sciences, and will be endowed by Mr. Dibblee and other supporters of geology. The Center will initially focus upon field geology and the publication of the Dibblee geologic maps. It will eventually encompass a broad range of geological activities and services. The Dibblee Center will house the archive of Mr. Dibblee’s original field sheets, geologic field records, as well as his collections of minerals, fossils, and marbles.
“The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History is pleased and proud to be able to preserve and cultivate the legacy of Tom Dibblee, who has done so much to help us understand the dynamic forces that have shaped our land,” said Dr. Hutterer. “Tom Dibblee is an icon of our community and a major influence in the history of California geology.” “I am very appreciative of the Dibblee Geological Foundation and the Museum for creating this agreement, which is an honor for me and will be helpful to the understanding of geology in the future,” said Mr. Dibblee from his home, only a few blocks from the Museum.
The Museum expects to begin operation of the Dibblee Center, and to take over production and distribution of the Dibblee geologic maps, beginning in early 2003.
1.2.David Rumsey Collect Receives "Webby" Award
The David Rumsey Historical Map Collection has received the best technical achievement Web site in the 2002 Webby Awards http://www.webbywards.com , the leading international honors for Web sites.
The David Rumsey Historical Map Collection, one of the largest private map collections in the United States, numbers more than 150,000 maps and includes rare 18th and 19th century North and South American atlases, charts, globes, wall maps and related items. The online collection, www.davidrumsey.com, currently numbers more than 6,500 high-resolution digital images, including a series of maps published in 1814 documenting Lewis and Clark's trek across America.
Using Luna Imaging's Insight software, Web viewers experience this unique collection of historical maps in a revolutionary way. Complete cataloging data accompanies every image, allowing for in-depth searches of the collection. Using Insight, multiple maps from different time periods can be viewed side-by-side. Or, the end user can create their own collection of maps by saving groups of images online that hold particular interest.
In addition, Luna Imaging's Insight Java Client can be downloaded from The David Rumsey Historical Map Collection Web site. It has been designed for those desiring advanced software functionality.
Hailed by The Wall Street Journal as a celebration of "sites that pave important paths to the Internet's next phase," the Webby Awards are determined by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences, a diverse, 350-person organization whose membership includes film director Francis Ford Coppola, musicians David Bowie and Beck, cyberguru Esther Dyson, CEO of Real Networks Rob Glaser, Chef Julia Child, and Electronic Frontier Foundation Founder John Perry Barlow.
"The Webby Awards showcase the best of what the Internet has to offer in terms of innovation, creativity and originality," says Maya Draisin, executive director of the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. "The David Rumsey Historical Map Collection's nomination for a Webby Award is a testament to its great contributions in pushing the Internet envelope."
1.3.Jon Carlson Awarded the Helen Wallis Fellowship
The fourth Helen Wallis Fellow, Jon Carlson, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Political Science, Arizona State University, took up residence in the British Library's Map Library on 22 May 2002 for three months.
The fellowship, named after the former Map Librarian, the late Dr Helen Wallis, 'confers recognition by the Library on a scholar whose work will help promote the extended and complementary use of the British Library's book and cartographic collections in historical investigation'. The Wallis Fellow has similar privileges to those accorded the Centre for the Book Fellows (with an additional £300 to spend on BL services).
Jon Carlson will be researching the process by which the the modern European global system expanded to include new regions, and the underlying economic, political and cultural processes that accompanied this expansion with particular reference to the Native Americans of the Vancouver Island region, the Asanti of West Africa, the kingdom of Abyssinia and Japan.
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for each annual award will be 1 May.
1.4.New Web Page Concerning Thefts of Early Maps and Books
A series of webpages have just been mounted, in response to the series of thefts in recent years of early maps from libraries in North America and Europe. Entering via the menu http://ihr.sas.ac.uk/maps/thefts.html gives access to four specific pages:
The third page carries a report of a seminar, held in Aberystwyth two weeks ago. This concluded that what was most needed to ensure a better response to any future thefts was more effective co-ordination (internationally) within the research library and archive communities, and between those groups and the trade networks. Participants also supported the immediate disclosure by institutions, firstly of the circumstances of the theft, and secondly of the full details of what had been taken. In that way, other libraries would be forewarned, and the trade could assist in apprehending the thieves and recovering the stolen items.
- How should we respond to early map thefts?
- Links relating to the theft of early books and maps
- Report of the 'Responding to Theft' seminar (National Library of Wales, 25 April 2002)
- European map thefts (2001)
A publicly accessible, web register (with the name of the institution concerned suppressed if it wished) was suggested as the best way forward, provided that copy-specific details were included.
'How should we respond to early map thefts?' explores those suggestions in greater depth, in a personal capacity. The extensive list of Links (many of which relate to Rare Books) details 'the networks and practices of institutions and the trade, and the reporting of thefts'.
It is hoped that some of these ideas may be fed into the forthcoming conference on 'Library Security Management', to be held at the Royal Library, Copenhagen, 13-14 May http://www.kb.dk/kb/security/Program/index-en.htm.
If this issue concerns you, please take a moment to look at these pages and provide comments, corrections or additions to Tony Campbell email@example.com (former Map Librarian, British Library)
1.5.MAGERT Elects New Officers
Congratulations to the following newly elected officers of the Map and Geography Round Table (MAGERT) of the American Library Association (ALA), with terms to begin following the ALA Annual Conference this June:
- Vice-Chair/Chair-Elect, 2002-2003: Steve Rogers, Ohio State University
- Treasurer, 2002-2004: Mark Crotteau, Boise State University
Mary McInroy (University of Iowa) will become Chair and Mark Thomas (Duke University) will become Past Chair. Thanks to all MAGERT members who voted.
The full current MAGERT roster is available at: http://www.uni.edu/moore/magrost.html
1.6.Hillery Oberle Accepts Appointment as Map Archivist at Arizona State University
Hillery Oberle accepted a three year appointment as Map Archivist in charge of the Map Collection. Hillery holds the M.A. in Geography from the University of Missouri, has worked as a Library Specialist Senior in the Map Collection since 1999, and brings both GIS and traditional map knowledge and experience to this position.
1.7.Katie Frohmberg Retires from University of California at Berkeley
Katie Frohmberg, Head, Earth Sciences/Maps Library, is retiring from UC Berkeley at the end of June, 2002. A science librarian for 28 years, Katie began her career at UCB in 1989. Here, she was first the Information Systems Manager of the Earthquake Engineering Research Center, an Affiliated Library. From 1997-1999, Katie served as AUL for the Sciences, and became the Head of the Earth Sciences/Maps Library in December 1999, as it moved into its new space in McCone Hall.
Katie has been active in UC and regional earth sciences/geology/map groups as well as participating in many campus initiatives like the Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiatives (ECAI).
The staff and faculty who have worked with Katie over the years will miss her. We wish her well in her ongoing projects after retirement. Fatemah Van Buren has been appointed Acting Head of the Earth Sciences/Maps Library beginning July 1, 2002, and will serve in this capacity as we undergo recruitment for a new Head of Earth Sciences/Maps. This recruitment is just beginning.
1.8.Position Announcement: Head of Gov. Docs and Maps -- Arizona State University Library
HEAD OF THE GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS AND MAPS DEPARTMENT.
Arizona State University (ASU) University Libraries is seeking aversatile librarian with a strong commitment to customer service for the Head of the Government Documents and Maps Department. This department includes Government Documents Service in Hayden Library and the Map Collection in Noble Library and has a staff of 12.5 FTE (including two other librarians and one archivist).
This is a full-time, continuing appointment-track (Academic Professional) position at either the Assistant or Associate or Full Librarian rank (rank is dependent upon level of professional preparation and experience). The Head of Government Documents and Maps works independently, with vision and initiative, and takes risks while using sound judgment, within an organization that emphasizes collaboration to provide outstanding customer service. This administrator is responsible for management of the daily operations of the Government Documents Service in Hayden Library and the Map Collection in Noble Library.
For complete application information and requirements call: (480) 965-4914; or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org . Applications deadline is July 31, 2002; if not filled, then the last day of the month thereafter until search is closed. ASU is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and actively seeks diversity among applicants and promotes a diverse workforce.
1.9.Position Announcement: Gov. Info. Resources and Maps -- Southern Methodist University
GOVERNMENT INFORMATION RESOURCES AND MAPS LIBRARIAN.
Central University Libraries (CUL), Southern Methodist University (SMU), Dallas Texas. $32,000 minimum. Has primary responsibility for the management of federal and state depository collections including: collection development for government information and map resources in all formats, reference services, user education services, regulatory compliance, bibliographic control, and digital project management.
Required: ALA-accredited MLS degree; demonstrated knowledge of cataloging and serials control in an automated setting; experience in a government depository; managerial and supervisory experience; HTML and basic office application skills.
Appointment will be at the rank of Librarian I or II depending on qualifications and experience. See full position posting and ranking information at: www.smu.edu/cul/joblistings/.
Send résumé and cover letter, postmarked by July 15, 2002, to CUL Government Information and Maps Librarian Search Committee, P.O. Box 750135, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX 75275-0135. SMU offers a comprehensive benefits package including retirement plan with immediate vesting and tuition benefits for employees and their families. SMU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity, Title IX employer.
2. New Maps, Books, Etc.
2.1.New Mapping of Western North America compiled by Ken Rockwell
Schaefer, Janet, and Nye, Christopher. Historically active volcanoes of the Aleutian Arc. Scale 1:3,000,000. Fairbanks, AK : Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, Miscellaneous publication no. 123, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49687588
Address: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys: 794 University Ave., Suite 200, Fairbanks, AK 99709-3645 Website: http://wwwdggs.dnr.state.ak.us/
Allmaps Canada Limited. Alberta provincial map including 15 metropolitan maps, Calgary, Edmonton ... Wetaskiwin : plus city to city distance chart. Scale 1:1,500,000. Markham, Ont. : Allmaps Canada Ltd., 2000 ed. ISBN: 0886402204 OCLC: 49621018
Dohrenwend, John C. Flagstaff, Arizona : a portrait from above and beyond. 1 remote-sensing image, scale 1:100,000. Winter Park, Colo. : John C. Dohrenwend, pub. 2000. OCLC: 49596070
Dohrenwend, John C. Grand Canyon Naional Park. 1 remote-sensing image, scale 1:250,000. Teasdale, Utah. : John C. Dohrenwend, pub. 2001. OCLC: 49596010
Dohrenwend, John C. Organ Pipe Cactus and surrounding areas : a portrait from above and beyond. Winter Park, Colo. : John C. Dohrenwend, pub. 2000. OCLC: 49595871
Dohrenwend, John C. Petrified Forest National Park : a portrait from above and beyond. 1 remote-sensing image, scale 1:100,000. Winter Park, Colo. : John C. Dohrendwend, pub. 2000. OCLC: 49595931
(Note: These images by Dohrenwend (plus the others listed below) seem only to have become available recently. The latest address I’ve been able to find for Dohrenwend is: 223 S. State Street, Teasdale, UT 84773-0141 Ph: (435) 425-3118 e-mail: email@example.com
Benchmark Maps. California road & recreation atlas. 1 atlas (143 p.), scales differ. 3rd ed. Berkeley, Calif. : Benchmark Maps, pub. 2002. ISBN: 0929591801 OCLC: 49661255
Dohrenwend, John C. Joshua Tree National Park. 1 remote-sensing image, scale ca. 1:125,000. Teasdale, Utah : John C. Dohrenwend, pub. 2000. OCLC: 49596881
Fish-n-Map Co. California lake maps : underwater topography, fishing locations. 1 atlas (89 p.), scales differ. Arvada, CO : Fish-n-Map Co., pub. 2000. OCLC: 49560283
MapEasy, Inc. Nomad San Francisco : SF nomad. 1 map, scale ca. 1:4,850. Wainscott, NY : MapEasy, pub. 2000. ISBN: 1878979620 OCLC: 49513460
National Geographic Society. California seamless USGS topographic maps
CD-ROM. 10 discs. San Francisco : National Geographic Holdings, Inc., pub. 2001. ISBN: 0970153058 OCLC: 49513314
Stone, Paul. Stratigraphic relations and tectonic significance of rocks near the Permian-Triassic boundary, southern Inyo Mountains, California. 2 maps (showing Permian Bluff and Union Wash areas), scales 1:24,000 and 1:12,000. Boulder, Colo. : Geological Society of America, Map and chart series no. MCH086, pub. 2000. OCLC: 49624349
Williams, Larry, and Williams, Jerry. California atlas : a geographic journey. 1 atlas (24 p.), scales differ, chiefly col. maps. Quincy, CA : California Geographic Associates, pub. 2000. ISBN: 0874489946 OCLC: 49527942
Phil Hoehn reports several recently published California geologic maps from the Thomas Dibblee Geological Foundation:
Santa Cruz Island (DF-77, DF-78)
Mescal Creek (DF-81)
Lake Hughes/Del Sur (DF-82)
Burnt Creek (DF-83)
Contact: DIBBLEE Geological Foundation, Sales Contractor
Mr. E.R. Jim Blakley
958 Isleta Avenue
Santa Barbara CA 93109
Phone or Fax
Johnson, Michaela R., et al. Digital map of the elevation of the base of the High Plains Aquifer in the Republican River Basin upstream of Hardy, Nebraska, in parts of Nebraska, Kansas, and Colorado. Input scale 1:500,000. USGS Open-file report no.
02-64, pub. 2002. Access: http://water.usgs.gov/pubs/of/ofr02-064/ OCLC: 49520490
National Geographic Society. Colorado seamless USGS topographic maps
CD-ROM. 7 discs. San Francisco : National Geographic Holdings, Inc., pub. 2001. ISBN: ISBN: 0792284399 OCLC: 49513261
U.S. Geological Survey. Digital data set of water-level changes in the High Plains aquifer in parts of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming, 1980 to 1994. Input scale 1:1,250,000. USGS Open-file report no. 99-96, pub. 2002. Access: http://water.usgs.gov/lookup/getspatial?ofr99-96wlc8095 OCLC: 49515685
(1980-1995: OFR 99-197; 1980-1996: OFR 99-198)
McElfresh Map Co. Pearl Harbor & military environs, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii December 7th, 1941. Olean, N.Y. : McElfresh Map Co., pub. 2001. ISBN: 1885294204 OCLC: 49622609
The Idaho Dept. of Water Resources has produced a series of CD-ROMs of Landsat images covering the state. The Department purchased the data from USGS EROS Data Center and contracted EarthSat Corporation to produce orthocorrected, ERDAS 8.x, IDTM projected images.. A series of OCLC records input by University of Idaho covers them disk-by-disk. Address: Idaho Department of Water Resources: 1301 North Orchard St., Boise, Idaho 83706 TEL (208) 327-7900 FAX (208) 327-7866
McGrath, Chad L. Ecoregions of Idaho. Scale 1:1,350,000. Reston, Va. : U.S. Geological Survey, pub. ISBN: 0607985852 OCLC: 49609431
The Idaho Geological Survey also has these new maps available (see online map store at
Bush, John H. Bedrock Geologic Map of the Genesee Quadrangle, Nez Perce and Latah Counties, Idaho / by John H. Bush. Idaho Geological Survey Geologic map no. 30, price $16.00. Horizon #2204121
Bush, John L.. Bedrock Geologic Map of the Green Knob Quadrangle, Nez Perce and Latah counties, Idaho. Boise : Idaho Geological Survey Geologic map no. 31, price $19.00.
Dohrenwend, John C. Great Basin National Park. 1 remote-sensing image, scale ca. 1:126,000. Teasdale, Utah :; John C. Dohrenwend, pub. 2001. OCLC: 49596968
Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology. Geologic maps of Nevada. Reno, Nev. : Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, preliminary compilation pub. 2002. Access:
ftp://ftp.nbmg.unr.edu/NBMG/geoindex/geology.html OCLC: 49498497
An anouncement from Klaus K. Neuendorf, Editor/Librarian at Oregon’s Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries ( firstname.lastname@example.org ):Released December 4, 2001:
Reconnaissance geologic map of the La Grande 30'x 60' quadrangle, Baker, Grant, Umatilla, and Union Counties, Oregon, by M.L. Ferns and I.P. Madin, Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, and W.H. Taubeneck, Professor Emeritus, Oregon State University. Reconnaissance Map Series map RMS-1, scale 1:100,000; 1 CD, $10. Printed color copies of the map are available on request for $15.
Released December 27, 2001:
Evaluation of coastal erosion hazard zones along dune- and bluff-backed shorelines in Tillamook County, Oregon: Cascade Head to Cape Falcon. Preliminary technical report to Tillamook County, by J.C. Allan and G.R. Priest, Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries. Open-File Report O-01-03, 1 CD, $10.
Coastal erosion hazard zones along the Clatsop Plains, Oregon: Gearhart to Fort Stevens. Preliminary technical report to Tillamook County, by J.C. Allan and G.R. Priest, Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries. Open-File Report O-01-04, 1 CD, $10.
Preliminary earthquake hazard and risk assessment and water-induced landslide hazard in Benton County, Oregon, by Z. Wang, G.B. Graham, and I.P. Madin, Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries. Open-File Report O-01-05, 1 CD, $10
Preliminary seismic hazard and risk assessments in Tillamook County, Oregon, by Z. Wang, C.S. Hasenberg, G.B. Graham, and F.N. Rad. Open-File Report O-01-06, 1 CD, $10
These four reports have been released for timely information by the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries upon conclusion of the respective studies. Final reports for these projects are expected to be released in 2002. The reports are intended mainly for planners, emergency managers, and other technical users who work with geographic information systems (GIS). Each report consists of map data, metadata, and an explanatory PDF text. Each is available only on CD and can be purchased for $10.
For more information, contact James Roddey at 800 NE Oregon St., #28, Portland, OR 97232, (503) 731-4100, ext. 242 ( email@example.com ). For purchases, look for “Store-Maps and Reports” on the naturenw.org web page and search for “O-01-”. The Nature of the Northwest Information Center ( http://www.naturenw.org ) is where our publications are sold here in Portland.
Biek, Robert F. Interim geologic map of the Cogswell Point quadrangle, Washington, Kane and Iron Counties, Utah. Scale ca. 1:24,000. Salt Lake City, Utah : Utah Geological Survey, Open-file report no. 388, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49660430
Biek, Robert F. Interim geologic map of the Kolob Arch quadrangle, Washington and Iron Counties, Utah. Scale ca. 1:24,000. Salt Lake City, Utah : Utah Geological Survey, Open-file report no. 386, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49660731
Biek, Robert F. Interim geologic map of the Kolob Reservoir quadrangle, Washington and Iron Counties, Utah. Scale ca. 1:24,000. Salt Lake City, Utah : Utah Geological Survey, Open-file report no. 387, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49660755
Doelling, Hellmut H. Geologic map of the Fishers Towers 7.5' quadrangle, Grand County, Utah. Scale 1:24,000. Salt Lake City, Utah : Utah Geological Survey, Map no. 183, pub. 2002. ISBN: 1557915822 OCLC: 49553387
Doelling, Hellmut H. Geologic map of the Moab 7.5' quadrangle, Grand County, Utah. Scale 1:24,000. Salt Lake City, Utah : Utah Geological Survey, Map no. 181, pub. 2002. ISBN: 1557915806 OCLC: 49398662
Dohrenwend, John C. Bryce to Zion - southwest Utah. 1 remote-sensing image, scale 1:200,000. Teasdale, Utah : John C. Dohrenwend, pub. 2001. OCLC: 49596635
Dohrenwend, John C. Capitol Reef, Henry Mountains : a portrait from above and beyond. 1 remote-sensing image, scale 1:150,000. Teasdale, Utah : John C. Dohrenwend, pub. 2000. OCLC: 49596700
Miller, David M. Geologic map of the Terrace Mountain East quadrangle, Box Elder County, Utah. Scale 1:24,000. Salt Lake City, Utah : Utah Geological Survey, Miscellaneous publication no. 02-2, pub. 2002. ISBN: 1557916624 OCLC: 49420020
Miller, David M. Geologic map of the Terrace Mountain West quadrangle, Box Elder County, Utah. Scale 1:24,000. Salt Lake City, Utah : Utah Geological Survey, Miscellaneous publication no. 02-3, pub. 2002. ISBN: 1557916632 OCLC: 49503680
Wong, Ivan G. Ground-shaking map for a magnitude 7.0 earthquake on the Wasatch Fault, Salt Lake City, Utah, metropolitan area. Scale 1:24,000. Salt Lake City : Utah Geological Survey, Public information series no. 76, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49408131
(Order information for Utah Geological Survey: http://www.maps.state.ut.us/geomaps.htm#order )
Walsh, Timothy J. Tsunami hazard map of the southern Washington coast modeled tsunami inundation from a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake. Scale 1:100,000. Olympia, Wash. : Dept. of Natural Resources, Geologic map no. GM-49, pub. 2000. OCLC: 49624350
Order information for Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources: http://www.wa.gov/dnr/htdocs/ger/getpubs.htm
National Geographic Society. Western migration : dreams of gold and a better life drive mass movement. 2 maps on 1 sheet, scale 1:4,499,000. Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society, pub. 2000, as a supplement to National Geographic, v.198 no.3 (Sept. 2000). OCLC: 49624326
DeBruin, Rodney H., et al. 1 CD-ROM (3 maps), input scale 1:126,720.
Coalbed methane activity in the Powder River Basin. Laramie, WY : Wyoming State Geological Survey, pub. 2001. OCLC: 49244252
Ordering info for WSGS: Phone inquiries: (307)766-2286
E-mail inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
National Geographic Society. Wyoming seamless USGS topographic maps
CD-ROM. 6 discs. San Francisco : National Geographic Holdings, Inc., pub. 2001. ISBN: 0792284119 OCLC: 49513289
ESI atlas: North Slope, Alaska maps and geographic information systems data. 1 CD-ROM, input scale not given. Seattle, Wash. : National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Hazardous Materials, pub. 2001. OCLC: 49865239
Kumar, Naresh. Digital atlas of hydrocarbon accumulations within and adjacent to the National Petroleum Reserve, Alaska (NPRA). U.S. Geological Survey open-file report no. 02-71, pub. 2002. Web access:
http://geopubs.wr.usgs.gov/open-file/of02-071/ OCLC: 49789016
Pinney, DeAnne S., and Duenwald, Emily S. 2 maps + CD-ROM. Map of industrial minerals occurrences in Alaska. Scale 1:2,500,000. Fairbanks : Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, Miscellaneous publication no. 43, pub. 2001. OCLC: 49850615
Suleimani, E. N. Tsunami hazard maps of the Kodiak area, Alaska. 4 maps, scale 1:12,500. Fairbanks : Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, Report of investigations ;; 2002-2, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49828539
Andriashek, L. D. Surficial geology of Wapiti area, NTS 83L. 1 CD-ROM, input scale 1:250,000. Edmonton, Alta. : The Survey, pub. 2001. OCLC: 49860526
Schumann, Herbert H., et al. Hydrogeology, land-subsidence projections, and earth-fissure hazards along the Tucson Aqueduct alignment of the Central Arizona Project in Pinal and Pima Counties, Arizona. Scale ca. 1:355,000. USGS Water-resources investigations report no. 02-4028, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49884073
Benchmark Maps. 2002. California Road & Recreation Atlas, 3rd ed. 143 p., scale of most maps 1:157,895 to 1:862,905. Medford, OR: Benchmark Maps, pub. 2002. ISBN 0929591801 –noted by Phil Hoehn.
Dibblee, Thomas W. Geologic map of the Burnt Peak quadrangle, Los Angeles County, California. Scale 1:24,000. Santa Barbara, CA. : Dibblee Geological Foundation Map no. DF-83, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49717932
Dibblee, Thomas W. Geologic map of the Juniper Hills quadrangle, Los Angeles County, California. Scale 1:24,000. Santa Barbara, CA. : Dibblee Geological Foundation Map no. DF-79, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49717942
Dibblee, Thomas W. Geologic map of the Lake Hughes and Del Sur quadrangles, Los Angeles County, California. Scale 1:24,000. Santa Barbara, CA. : Dibblee Geological Foundation Map no. DF-82, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49717955
Dibblee, Thomas W. Geologic map of the Mescal Creek quadrangle, Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties, California. Scale 1:24,000. Santa Barbara, CA. : Dibblee Geological Foundation Map no. DF-81, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49717898
Dibblee, Thomas W. Geologic map of the Valyermo quadrangle, Los Angeles County, California. Scale 1:24,000. Santa Barbara, CA. : Dibblee Geological Foundation Map no. DF-80, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49717911
Fish-n-Map Co. San Francisco Bay - Monterey Bay : Bodega Bay to Pt. Sur, incl. Farallon Islands. 2 maps on 1 sheet, scale ca. 1:150,000. Arvada CO : Fish-n-Map Co., pub. 2001. OCLC: 49728646
Mad Maps. Motorcycle, adventure, destinations, wine country/Northern California : Napa & Sonoma! Silverado Trail! Mendocino/Fort Bragg! Avenue of the Giants! Stewart's Point! Occidental! 2 maps on 1 sheet, scale ca. 1:455,000. San Francisco, CA : Mad Maps, pub. 2001. ISBN: 0967473713 OCLC: 49739733
Map West, Inc. San Francisco visitor map : wine country, Monterey, Carmel, Marin, Lake Tahoe, Bay Area : attractions, dining, lodging, shopping, coupons. Scale ca. 1:37,000. San Francisco, CA : Map West, pub. 2000. OCLC: 49737953
Minor, Scott A. Preliminary geologic map of the Santa Barbara coastal plain area, Santa Barbara County, California. Input scale 1:24,000. U.S. Geological Survey Open-file report no. 02-0136, pub. 2002. Access: http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS19291 OCLC: 49794361
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Hazardous Materials Response Division. ESI atlas: Central California maps and geographic information systems data. 1 CD-ROM, scales not given. Seattle, Wash. : The Division, 2001. OCLC: 49865240
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Hazardous Materials Response Division. ESI atlas: Northern California maps and geographic information systems data. 1 CD-ROM, scales not given. Seattle, Wash. : The Division, 2001. OCLC: 49865242
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Hazardous Materials Response Division. ESI atlas: San Francisco Bay, California maps and geographic information systems data. 1 CD-ROM, scales not given. Seattle, Wash. : The Division, 2001. OCLC: 49865243
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Hazardous Materials Response Division. ESI atlas: Southern California maps and geographic information systems data. 1 CD-ROM, scales not given. Seattle, Wash. : The Division, 2001. OCLC: 49865241
Blair, Robert W. Surficial geologic maps along the riparian zone of the Animas River and its headwater tributaries, Silverton to Durango, Colorado, with upper Animas River watershed gradient profiles. 1 CD-ROM, input scale 1:24,000. USGS digital data series no. DDS-71, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49863059
Hettinger, Robert D., and Kirschbaum, Mark A. Stratigraphy of the upper Cretaceous Mancos Shale (upper part) and Mesaverde group in the southern part of the Uinta and Piceance Basins, Utah and Colorado. U.S. Geological Survey Geologic investigations series no. I-2764, pub. 2002. Web access:
http://greenwood.cr.usgs.gov/pub/i-maps/i-2764/ OCLC: 49869838
Moore, David W. Generalized surficial geologic map of the Pueblo 1-degree x 2-degree quadrangle, Colorado. Scale 1:250,000. USGS Miscellaneous field studies map MF-2388, pub. 2002. Web access: http://greenwood.cr.usgs.gov/pub/mf-maps/mf-2388/ OCLC: 49882211
Yehle, L. Railroads, roads, localities, and buildings of historic interest in parts of northern Jefferson County and southern Boulder County, Colorado. Scale 1:24,000. Lakewood, CO :; L. Yehle, pub. 2000. OCLC: 49714550
Walker, David & Clois. Pan for gold and gems at selective highway stream crossings in Idaho where appreciable finds have been reported on upstream watersheds. 1 atlas (53 leaves, scales not given. Fort Smith, Ark. : David and Clois Walker, pub. 2002. OCLC: 49768447
Ferns, M. L., et al. Reconnaissance geologic map of the La Grande 30’ x 60’ quadrangle, Baker, Grant, Umatilla, and Union Counties, Oregon, 2001. 1 CD-ROM, input scale 1:100,000. Portland, Or. : Oregon Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries, Reconnaissance map series ;; RMS-1, pub. 2001. OCLC: 49780264
Kiilsgaard, Christen W., and Barrett, Charley. Oregon wildlife-habitat types ; Oregon historic wildlife-habitat types. 2 maps, scale 1:2,000,000. Corvallis, Or. : Northwest Habitat Institute, pub. 2000. OCLC: 49694961
Rowley, Peter D. Geologic map of the central Marysvale Volcanic Field, southwestern Utah. Scale 1:24,000. U.S. Geological Survey geologic investigations series no. I-2645-A, pub. 2002. Web access: http://greenwood.cr.usgs.gov/pub/i-maps/i-2645-a/ OCLC: 49800654. Paper edition on OCLC 49919464
McClanahan, Jerry, and Ross, Jim. Here it is! : Route 66, the map series. 8 maps, scales differ. Bethany, OK : Ghost Town Press, pub. 2000. OCLC: 49885105
National Geographic Maps. Western migration dreams of gold and a better life drive mass movement. 2 maps on 1 sheet, scale 1:4,499,000. Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society, pub. 2000. OCLC: 49624326
Machette, Michael N. Map and data for Quaternary faults and folds in Wyoming. Scale 1:750,000. U.S. Geological Survey open-file report no. 01-461, pub. 2001. Web access: http://greenwood.cr.usgs.gov/pub/open-file-reports/ofr-01-0461/
New Titles from Nevada Deptment of Transportation
NV Dept. of Transportation has recently issued a new official highway map of Nevada. 2002-2003, folded, 22" wide, primary map 1" = 24 miles. Lots of good travel info.
FREE: 775/888- 7627 or www.nevadadot.com/
2.3Articles of Interest
Perlman, David. Quake Would Cripple Bay Transportation, Worse Than Previously Thought; New Maps Help Residents Prepare. San Francisco Chronicle, May 1, 2002, p. A17, A19.
Sonner, Scott. 2002. Bomber Art? Sheriff Says Young Suspect Was Trying to Make Smiley Face on U.S. Map with Mailbox Pipe Bombs That Injured 6. San Francisco Chronicle, May 10, 2002, p. A3. (Associated Press article)Turner, Hilary L. The Sheldon tapestry maps belonging to the Bodleian. Bodleian Library Record (2002), 17 (5), pp. 293-313.
Zimmer, R.J. and Ralston, Bryant. 2002. GIS and the Lewis & Clark Trail. Part 1. Professional Surveyor, May 2002, v. 22. no. 5, p. 46-49.
Zimmer, R. J. 2002. GIS and the Lewis & Clark Trail. Part 2. Professional Surveyor, v. 22, no. 6, pp. 44, 46.
2.4Books of Interest
Toscano, Patrick. 2002. La Gran Linea: Mapping the United States-Mexico Boundary [review of book by Paula Rebert]. Professional Surveyor, May 2002, v. 22, no. 5, p. 62-63.
3Meetings and Other Educational Opportunities
3.1.Groupe des Cartothecaires de LIBER -- September 3-6, 2002 -- Helsinki
The 13th conference of the Groupe des Cartothecaires de LIBER (European Mapcurator's Group) will take place from 3-6 September 2002 at Helsinki University Library, Finland.
For more information go to the group's website at: http://www.kb.nl/infolev/liber/intro.htm
3.2.American Geographical Society Fellowship 2002-2003 -- Applications Due Sept. 16
The American Geographical Society Collection, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries welcomes applicants for Helen and John S. Best Research Fellowships. Stipends of $375 per week, for periods up to 4 weeks, will be awarded to support residencies for the purpose of conducting research which makes direct use of the Collection. The Fellowships will be tenable between December 2, 2002 and November 28, 2003.
The AGS Collection, the former research library and map collection of the American Geographical Society of New York, has strengths in geography, cartography and related historical topics. Applications must be postmarked by September 16, 2002. For further information, write, call or e-mail the AGS Collection, P.O. Box 399, Milwaukee, WI 53201-0399, Tel. (414) 229-6282, E-mail email@example.com. Web site: http://leardo.lib.uwm.edu
3.3.Nominations for Fordham Award -- Royal Geographical Society -- Due Sept. 30
The 'Sir George Fordham Award for Cartobibliography' is awarded triennially by the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) for contribution(s) to the field of cartobibliography. It is an award of 250 GBP
Nominations are sought for the 2002 award. They should include an outline curriulum vitae of the nominee plus reasons for nomination and be sent by 30 September, 2002, to:
Hannah Hartog Grants Co-ordinator Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) 1 Kensington Gore London SW7 2AR ENGLAND (or fax +44(0)20 7591 3031; email firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information Please Contact Hanna Hartog.
3.4.WAML Fall 2002 Meeting -- Tentative Schedule
WESTERN ASSOCIATION OF MAP LIBRARIES
FALL 2002 MEETING, NOVEMBER 6-9, 2002
November 6-7, Honolulu; November 8-9, Kona, (Big Island)
Ø Early Bird Bento Picnic: Ala Moana Beach Park (Magic Island) across Ala Moana Hotel on Ala Moana Blvd
Ø Executive Board Meeting
Ø Map Cataloging Workshop (Larsgaard)
Ø Presentations (speakers and topics TBA)
Ø Waikiki Walking Tour
Ø Presentations (speakers and topics TBA)
Ø Business Meeting
Ø Sounding Board
Ø Banquet (Willows Restaurant)
All meetings will be held at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Campus Center
Ø Big Island Field Trip. Mauna Kea Astronomy Tour, estimated $60, not including hotel and airfare to Kona.* Tour begins with King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel pickup at 9:30 a.m.
Ø Kona optional tour (details forthcoming)
*Air travel to Kona (November 8) We encourage everyone to fly together to Kona on Hawaiian Airlines flight #118. You may purchase discount airline coupons through us (this option will be indicated on the conference registration form). Or you may make your own arrangements getting from Honolulu to Kona; check with your travel agency on the common fare to Honolulu and Kona. Please plan on arriving in Kona no later than 8:30 a.m. in order to meet the tour. Recommended flight times from Honolulu to Kona are:
Hawaiian Airlines (partners: American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Northwest Airlines)
Leave 7:30 a.m. Arrive 8:13 a.m. Flight #104
Aloha Airlines (partner: United Airlines)
Leave 7:50 a.m. Arrive 8:30 a.m. Flight #36
Note: flight schedules are subject to change by the airlines.
Shuttle service to the hotel will be arranged.
Hotel Reservations: ask for reservations under group name: Western Association of Map Libraries
Ala Moana Hotel (available Nov. 4 - Nov. 9)
410 Atkinson Drive, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-4722
Phone: (808) 955-4811 (Fax: (808) 944-2974
Daily room rates: Mountain view: Single/double $89 Triple $114
(plus 4.16% state excise tax and 7.25% hotel room tax)
*King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel (available Nov. 8 – Nov. 10)
75-5660 Palani Road
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 96740
Phone: (808) 329-2911
Daily room rate: Single/double $99 plus 4.16% state tax and 7.25% hotel room tax
*Porterage $5.20: we suggest adding porterage service since the rooms may not be available at the time of arrival (around 9:00 a.m.) and the return from the field trip will be late evening (approx.10:30 p.m.). With porterage, your luggage will be placed in your room as well as picked up at check out)
A complete description of the program and field trip(s) will be announced as soon as the details are firm. The registration form with fees and other costs will be available by mid-August. If there are any questions in the meantime, please contact Mabel Suzuki by e-mail (email@example.com); telephone: (808) 956-2551; fax (808) 956-5968 or mail c/o Government Documents and Maps Department, 2550 The Mall, Honolulu, HI 96822.
Peter Barber Peter.Barber@bl.uk
Christopher Baruth firstname.lastname@example.org
Beckie Burke email@example.com
Tony Campbell firstname.lastname@example.org
Hanna Hartog h.hartog@RGS.org
Phil Hoehn email@example.com
Nick Millea firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Newman email@example.com
Jan Smits Jan.Smits@kb.nl
Julie Sweetkind-Singer firstname.lastname@example.org
Mabel Suzuki email@example.com
Mark Thomas firstname.lastname@example.org
5.WAML News and NotesWAML News and Notes is a moderated bulletin of the Western Association of Map Libraries.
The Western Association of Map Libraries (WAML) is an independent association established to encourage high standards in every phase of the organization and administration of map libraries. Membership in WAML is open to any individual, institution, or business interested in furthering the purposes of the organization. For further information, contact the an officer listed below or visit the WAML web site at: http://www.waml.org/.
WAML Officers as of July 1, 2001
Christopher J.J. Thiry
Arthur Lakes Library
Colorado School of Mines
PO Box 4029
Golden, CO 80401-0029
Fax (303) 273-3199
Vice President/President Elect
University of Cincinnati
225 Braunstein Hall
Phone (513) 556-1324
Fax (513) 556-1930
2465 Baja Cerro Circle
San Diego, CA 92019
University of California - Riverside
P.O. Box 5900
Riverside CA 92517-5900
University of California, Los Angeles
Maps and Government Information
4510 Young Research Library
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
Richard E. Soares
WAML Book & Sales Manager
P.O. Box 3989
Chico, CA 95927-3989
Phone: (530) 898-6882
FAX: (240) 250-5514
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