Adonna Fleming, Editor
Electronic Version - December 2001.
1.1. Updates from the David Rumsey Collection
1.2. Museum of Art and History Honors Stanley D. Stevens
1.3. Linda Zellmar, WAML Editor, Moves East
1.4. Consolidated Lunar Atlas on CD-ROM
1.5 Position Announcement: Library Lecturer III - University of New Mexico
1.6. Position Announcement: Research Associate II in Natural Sciences - Univ. of Michigan at Ann Arbor
1.7. Position Announcement: Head, Young Research Library - UCLA
2.1 New Mapping of Western North America compiled by Ken Rockwell
2.2 New Titles from Quimera Editores
2.3 Articles of Interest
2.4 Internet Resources
3.1. WAML Spring Meeting Registration
The David Rumsey Collection announces a new GIS Browser available online at www.davidrumsey.com. The GIS Browser allows integration and interaction of historical maps with current geospatial data and other historical maps.
The current geospatial data that can be overlaid and compared to the historical maps includes roads, lakes, parks, state boundaries, digital orthophotos (aerial photography), topographic mapsheets, digital elevation models and satellite imagery. The GIS Browser is available in two versions on the site, a GIS Basic Browser for those new to GIS and a GIS Professional Browser for those familiar with GIS conventions.
Machine Readable Cataloging (MARC) records are being created for online maps and other images in the David Rumsey Collection. These records are available in OCLC and RLIN, as well as in the University of California, Berkeley's Pathfinder Catalog, and in the University of California's Melvyl Catalog. All can be retrieved by a corporate name search on David Rumsey Collection. The cataloging is provided by a joint project of the Rumsey Collection and the Earth Sciences and Map Library at UC Berkeley.
Checklists of titles cataloged, giving Library of Congress Geographic Classification Code, Subject Code, Brief Title, Author and OCLC number, will be prepared periodically. If you would like to receive copies of these checklists, please contact Phil Hoehn email@example.com They are available either in Excel or HTML format (specify which you would like). In the near future these lists will also be posted on our website. http://www.davidrumsey.com
Stanley D. Stevens, Founding President of WAML and Honorary Life Member, who is Map Librarian Emeritus at the University of California, Santa Cruz, was honored in November by the History Forum of the Museum of Art and History as the "Historian of the Year, 2001".
His current work is an extension of collection development during his years as Map Librarian at UCSC, 1965-1993. He has created and continues to work everyday as a volunteer Coordinator of the Hihn-Younger Archive at the University Library's Special Collections, and the UCSC Map Room.
For more information on The Hihn-Younger Archive, see its website at: libweb.ucsc.edu/hihn
Linda Zellmer, WAML Editor, Moves East
After 15 years west of the 100th Meridian, Linda Zellmer is moving East. On January 14, 2002, She will start as Head of the Geology Library at Indiana University (Bloomington). The position offers her the opportunity to continue to work with GIS, and the possibility of sharing her knowledge and experience related to GIS in Libraries with others, specifically with students in the IU Library School. She will also be closer to her family in the Midwest. She may be contacted at Linda.Zellmer@asu.edu until mid-Februrary.
Consolidated Lunar Atlas on CD-ROM
The Lunar and Planetary Institute plans to produce a CD_ROM version of the Consolidated Lunar Atlas soon. Please take time to review the online version of the Consolidated Lunar Atlas before it is pressed to plastic. Input from scientists, students and the public is welcome. http://www.LPI.USRA.EDU/research/cla/menu.html
Library Lecturer III - University of New Mexico
Library Internship in Public Services, Library Internship in Public Services, University of New Mexico General Library. Faculty Position: Lecturer III Academic Research Library Internship, UNM General Library Responsible to: Director of Zimmerman Library. Salary range: $30,000 to $34,000 for a 12-month period
Position Description: Two positions are available. These Internships are designed for recent graduates of an ALA accredited library and information science program. Interns will be provided opportunities to develop expertise in a variety of public service functions, instruction, Web-based services, and library technology, in a large ARL academic library. Appointments are 12-month non-tenure track positions at the lecturer III level, renewable annually for up to two additional years. Renewal is subject to program needs, library budget, and job performance. Interns will participate in faculty governance as detailed in the UNM Faculty Handbook (see: http://www.unm.edu/~facsen/fhb.htm).
Duties: Public Service functions with emphasis on general reference provision and instruction. Assist with the development of Web-based services, e.g. subject pages, finding guides, and online tutorials. Participate in library technology problem solving and library information technology discussions and applications. Assist in the management of the electronic classrooms. May, depending on interest or need, be involved in collection development activities, the identification and evaluation of new public service and library technology programs, pilot projects, user surveys and distance education activities. May assist with outreach programs.
Requirements: Graduate degree from an ALA accredited program in library and information science between May 2000 and June 2002, including coursework in public services, library instruction and electronic resources. Proven computer skills and training. Communication and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated commitment to public services, information literacy, and outreach activities. Desired: Library instruction or teaching experience. Reference or library information desk experience. Experience in Web-based or other electronic multimedia teaching environments. Evidence of professional development, (e.g. attendance at library related conferences). Proven ability to work in a highly electronic environment. Evidence of high motivation and creativity.
Benefits to Interns: The internship will take into consideration the individual's strengths and interests. A variety of opportunities will be provided, including: Experience with library technology. Training and practice in library instruction. Participation in library in-service training events. Involvement in professional discussions, workshops and seminars. Daily participation in public service interactions with a diverse user population. Exposure to a variety of academic settings including branch libraries; specialized service areas such as map and geographic information and government information; and Latin American, Southwestern and Hispanic studies. Mentoring provided by library colleagues.
Standard employee benefits, including annual leave, sick leave, health insurance, and tuition remission. Background: The University of New Mexico is a member of the Association of Research Libraries, and the Greater Western Library Alliance, and participates in the OCLC system as a member of AMIGOS. The UNM libraries contain over 2 million volumes. The UNM General Library includes four libraries and one center: Zimmerman Library (education, humanities, and social sciences), the Fine Arts Library, Parish Memorial Library (business and economics), Centennial Science and Engineering Library, and the Center for Southwest Research. The UNMGL is a regional library in the Federal Depository Library Program. The Library uses the Innovative Interfaces OPAC, circulation, serials control and acquisition systems. The University of New Mexico main campus enrolls 24,000 students and employs 1,400 faculty and 3,800 staff. UNM offers 54 master's degrees and 35 doctoral and professional degrees. UNM attracts a culturally diverse student population.
Applications: Applications must be postmarked by 5:00 p.m. on February 21, 2002. Submit signed letter of interest, graduate school transcript, and resume, including names, telephone numbers, e-mail and postal addresses of three professional references we may contact, to: Rita Critchfield, Library Personnel Specialist General Library, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87131-1466. The University of New Mexico is an Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.
Research Associate II in Natural Sciences - Univ. of Michigan at Ann Arbor
The School of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor invites applicants for the position of Research Associate II in Natural Science. The School seeks an individual to lead the development, maintenance and support of a "Digital Water Atlas for Michigan's Inland Waters, to allow for the storage, retrieval and synthesis of multi-scale information on Michigan's inland lakes and streams. This individual will help develop and deploy geographic information system (GIS) decision-support applications, including ecological classification systems, to support fisheries biologists and other natural resource managers in Michigan. The position is located at the Institute for Fisheries Research www.dnr.state.mi.us/www/ifr/ifrhome/, on the central campus of the University of Michigan www.umich.edu/, in Ann Arbor www.ci.ann-arbor.mi.us/.
Typical duties and responsibilities include the following: develop and maintain aquatic (and related) base maps and links to statewide databases; develop project work plans; perform GIS analyses using ArcView, ARC/INFO and related software; assist in developing spatially explicit ecological and hydrological models; coordinate "Atlas" activities with the community of GIS users among natural resource managers; maintain databases, equipment, software upgrades, and advise on future needs; supervise production, maintenance, and distribution of products to resource managers, especially fisheries biologists in the Fisheries Division of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. The individual will also prepare metadata and user guides and provide formal and informal training on system use; and respond to requests from users for technical information regarding GIS operations.
Minimum requirements include: the academic knowledge of a natural resource area, plus the ability to translate, adapt, and apply this knowledge that is generally associated with a Master's degree in an environmentally related field or the equivalent combination of education and experience, plus two or more years of experience in the application of GIS to landscape-scale problems in natural resources; knowledge of DOS, UNIX, and Windows NT operating systems; experience and expertise in computer programming and GIS database management in both UNIX and PC environments; specific knowledge of a range of GIS applications, including ArcView, ARC/INFO, and ERDAS Imagine or other image analysis software; and proficiency with internet operations (ftp, telnet, Netscape/Explorer) and networked environments.
Application forms and the process for submission can be found at this web page: www.umich.edu/~jobs/t_office.html When applying, please reference job posting number T-021674-CM.
Review of applications will begin immediately. Applications will be considered until a suitable candidate is found. For further information contact Jim Breck (734-663-3554 ext 110, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Michigan is a non-discriminatory, affirmative action employer.
The following is a job posting for a unit head position for Reference and Instructional Services that deals with Social Sciences and Humanities, Cartographic resources/GIS and government documents.
Open Position, UCLA Library
Name of Unit: YRL Reference & Instructional Services (YRL-RIS)
Position Title: Head, YRL Reference & Instructional Services
Rank: Associate Librarian/Librarian
Annual Salary Range: $52,520 - $82,416
Monthly Administrative Stipend: $460.00/month
Description Of Unit: The Young Research Library (YRL) Reference and Instructional Services (RIS) department provides reference, instructional, and outreach services to upper division undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty in social sciences, humanities, and the schools of Graduate Education and Information Studies and Public Policy and Social Research. RIS has collection development responsibilities for a multilingual, research-level collection of reference, government, and cartographic materials in various formats (ca. 84,000 volumes, 4,400 serials, 500,000 maps, over 2 million microfiche, and 800 CD-ROMS). RIS is a depository for numerous local, state, national, and international government documents and for official publications issued by a wide variety of other governmental agencies and intergovernmental organizations. In addition, RIS maintains a unique collection of materials from non-governmental, public affairs-related organizations and campaign literature. The Geographic Information System (GIS) Resource Center is located in the department. The RIS staff includes 9.35 FTE librarians, 7 FTE staff, and an administrative assistant. For more information, please see http://www.library.ucla.edu/libraries/url/referenc/index.htm.
Duties: Under the general direction of the Associate University Librarian for Public Services, the head of YRL-RIS provides leadership for, and management of, the programs, services, operations, staff, and budget of the department. With organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills, leads and supports staff in the evaluation and analytical assessment of ongoing services and programs for effectiveness and implements improvements as appropriate. Promotes teamwork, cooperative and professional intra- and inter-departmental relationships, and visibility for the department, its services and programs. Develops strategic directions and vision for RIS, including user input/feedback and needs assessment data; plans, monitors, and adjusts budgetary resources and staffing configurations and assignments to achieve priority goals and objectives. Keeps abreast of peer institutions' best practices and advanced trends in organizing and providing reference and research assistance and instruction; has a conceptual approach to the changing role of the reference librarian; and is informed about upper division undergraduate and graduate education, faculty teaching and research, digital libraries, and scholarly communication. Some participation in reference service, instruction, and collection development activities. Is active in own professional development and supports others in their continuous learning. Participates in administrative and policy level groups and advisory committees.
Qualifications: Required: A record of excellent managerial, planning, organizational, leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills and experience in an academic or research library. Substantial and progressively responsible experience with planning, budgeting, and personnel management. A record of accomplishments that reflect, for example, abilities to introduce and manage change, innovation or new technologies; or, evaluate and assess ongoing services in response to user needs. Experience in providing academic or research level public services (reference, instruction, outreach). Experience in some combination of the following collection development areas, i.e., social sciences, humanities, government documents, or cartography. Should have strong user-centered service philosophy and enthusiasm for serving graduate students and faculty as well as the ability to cooperate and coordinate departmental activities with other public service units. Must be knowledgeable of academic library trends, philosophies, and best practices. Desirable: Experience in a large university research library. Experience with space planning, library building renovation projects, or organizational change such as department mergers and collection consolidations. Interest in data gathering techniques, user input/feedback methodologies, and analysis of focus groups, surveys, web-based questionnaires, etc. Familiarity with digital project management or development of web content and redesign.
General Information: Professional librarians at UCLA are academic appointees. They are entitled to appropriate professional leave, two days per month of vacation leave, one day per month of sick leave, and all other benefits granted to non-faculty academic personnel. The University has an excellent retirement system and sponsors a variety of group health, dental, vision, and life insurance plans. Appointees to the librarian series at UCLA shall have professional backgrounds which demonstrate a high degree of creativity, teamwork, and flexibility. Such background will normally include a professional degree from an accredited library and information science graduate program. In addition to professional competence and quality of service within the library, criteria for promotion include professional involvement outside of the library, University and community service and scholarly activities.
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA compliant employer. Librarians at UCLA are represented by an exclusive bargaining agent, University Council - American Federation of Teachers (UC-AFT). Under Federal law, the University of California may employ only individuals who are legally authorized to work in the United States as established by providing documents specified in the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.
Anyone wishing to be considered for this position should write to Karen Murray, Administrative Specialist, UCLA Library, Charles E. Young Research Library, 11334 YRL, BOX 951575, Los Angeles, California 90095-1575. The application letter should include a complete statement of qualifications, a full resume of education and relevant experience, and the names of at least three persons who are knowledgeable about the applicant's qualifications for this position. Candidates applying by February 8, 2002, will be given first consideration.
SoftMap inc. Alberta topo50. 3 v. on 12 computer optical discs, original scale 1:50,000. Quebec : SoftMap, pub. 2001. OCLC: 48373650
Dohrenwend, John C. Southeast Arizona : a portrait from above and beyond. 1 remote sensing map, scale 1:170,000. Tucson, AZ : Arizona Geological Survey (distributor), pub. 2000. OCLC: 48461025
Hooten, Jason A. Map of the volcanic geology of the Castle Butte Trading Post vicinity, Hopi Buttes (Tsezhin Bii), Navajo Nation, Arizona. Photocopy, scale 1:12,000. Tucson, AZ. : Arizona Geological Survey Contributed map no. CM-00-A, pub. 2000. OCLC: 48502827
iGage. All topo maps : Arizona. 6 computer optical discs, original 1:24,000 and 1:250,000. Salt Lake City, Utah : iGage, pub. 2000, Version 4.2. OCLC: 48374922
SoftMap inc. British Columbia topo50. 4 v. on 16 computer optical discs, original scale 1:50,000. Quebec : SoftMap, pub. 2001. OCLC: 48373658
Berlo, Robert. California county boundary history maps. 1 atlas (67 leaves), scale not given. Livermore, Calif. : R.C. Berlo, pub. 2001. OCLC: 48260356California Division of Mines and Geology. San Jose east quadrangle official map : seismic hazard zones. 1 map, scale 1:24,000. Sacramento CA : The Division, pub. 2001. OCLC: 48386123
Fish-n-Map Co. The Delta : Suisun Bay, Sacramento & San Joaquin Rivers. Scale 1:64,500. Arvada, Colo. : Fish-n-Map Co., pub. 2000. OCLC: 48461061
Fish-n-Map Co. Lake Success ; Lake Kaweah ; Santa Margarita & Lopez Lake. 4 maps on 1 sheet, scales differ. Arvada, Colo. : Fish-n-Map Co., pub. 2000. OCLC: 48259025
Fish-n-Map Co. Nacimiento & San Antonio Reservoirs. 2 maps on 1 sheet, scale 1:21,600. Arvada, Colo. : Fish-n-Map Co., pub. 2000. OCLC: 48259001
Fish-n-Map Co. Trinity Lake; Whiskeytown Lake. 2 maps on 1 sheet, scales differ. Arvada, Colo. : Fish-n-Map Co., pub. 2000. OCLC: 48259020
MapEasy, Inc. MapEasy's guidemap to Napa & Sonoma : the zesty, full-bodied guide to Northern California's Wine Region… Not drawn to scale. Amagansett, NY :; MapEasy Inc., pub. 2000. ISBN: 1878979582 OCLC: 48407161
Maps.com. Atlas of California. 1 atlas (48 p.) Santa Barbara, CA : Maps.com, pub. 2001. "This map interacts with a a unique online destination to further expand information associated with the maps. Point your Internet browser to http://www.maps.com/iPower/California and enter the Key Code at the bottom of each page to access the data." ISBN: 1930194080 OCLC: 48470564
Sweetkind, Donald S. Interpretive geologic cross sections for the Death Valley Regional Flow System and surrounding areas, Nevada and California. Original scale Scale 1:750,000. Online version of U.S. Geological Survey miscellaneous field studies map MF-2370, pub. 2001. Access: http://greenwood.cr.usgs.gov/pub/mf-maps/mf-2370/ OCLC: 48452649
Vedder, J. G., et al. Geologic map and digital database of the San Rafael Mtn. 7.5-minute quadrangle, Santa Barbara County, California. Original scale 1:24,000. U.S. Geological Survey open-file report no. 01-290, pub. 2001. Access: http://geopubs.wr.usgs.gov/open-file/of01-290/ OCLC: 48431657
Zonta, Michela, and Ong, Paul M. Los Angeles County racial/ethnic diversity 1940-2000. Los Angeles, Calif. : Ralph and Goldy Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies, UCLA, pub. 2001. Includes maps showing the distribution of majority racial/ethnic groups across Los Angeles County for each decade, 1940 through 2000. Access: http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/lewis/LACountyMaps1.htm OCLC: 48393716
Sims, P. K., et al. Preliminary Precambrian basement map of Colorado, a geologic interpretation of the aeromagnetic anomaly map. Scales differ. U.S. Geological Survey open-file report no. 01-364, pub. 2001. Access: http://greenwood.cr.usgs.gov/pub/open-file-reports/ofr-01-0364/ OCLC: 48436234
DeLorme Publishing Company. Hawaii atlas & gazetteer. 1 atlas (64 p.), scale 1:82,368. Yarmouth, Me. : DeLorme, pub. 2001. ISBN: 0899333443 OCLC: 48483982
MapEasy, Inc. MapEasy's guidemap to Hawaii : a location map and guidebook in one… Amagansett, NY : MapEasy, Inc., pub. 2000. ISBN: 1878979108 OCLC: 48407154
DeLorme Publishing Company. Idaho atlas & gazetteer. 1 atlas (63 p.), scale 1:250,000. Yarmouth, Me. : DeLorme, pub. 2001 (4th ed.). ISBN: 0899332846 OCLC: 48410737
iGage. All topo maps : Idaho. 7 computer optical discs, original 1:24,000 and 1:250,000. Salt Lake City, Utah : iGage, pub. 2000, Version 4.2. OCLC: 48374929
iGage. All topo maps : Montana. 6 computer optical discs, original 1:24,000 and 1:250,000. Salt Lake City, Utah : iGage, pub. 2000, 5th ed. OCLC: 48374963
Lonn, Jeffrey D., et al. Geologic map of the Lima 30x60-minute quadrangle, southwest Montana. Scale 1:100,000. Butte, Mt. : Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Open-file report no. 408, pub. 2000. OCLC: 48455815
Lopez, David A., et al. Geologic map of the Big Timber 30x60-minute quadrangle, south-central Montana. Scale 1:100,000. Butte, Mt. : Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Open-file report no. 405, pub. 2000. OCLC: 48455807
Vuke-Foster, Susan M., et al. Geologic map of the Alzada 30x60-minute quadrangle, eastern Montana. Scale 1:100,000. Butte, Mt. : Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Open-file report no. 433, pub. 2000. OCLC: 48433541
Vuke-Foster, Susan M., et al. Geologic map of the Baker 30x60-minute quadrangle, eastern Montana. Scale 1:100,000. Butte, Mt. : Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Open-file report no. 427, pub. 2000. OCLC: 48433542
Vuke-Foster, Susan M., et al. Geologic map of the Forsyth 30x60-minute quadrangle, eastern Montana. Scale 1:100,000. Butte, Mt. : Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Open-file report no. 407, pub. 2000. OCLC: 48455980
Vuke-Foster, Susan M., et al. Geologic map of the Great Falls 30x60-minute quadrangle, eastern Montana. Scale 1:100,000. Butte, Mt. : Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Open-file report no. 432, pub. 2001. OCLC: 48460900
Vuke-Foster, Susan M., et al. Geologic map of the Ekalaka 30x60-minute quadrangle, eastern Montana and adjacent North and South Dakota. Scale 1:100,000. Butte, Mt. : Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Open-file report no. 430, pub. 2001. OCLC: 48460901
Vuke-Foster, Susan M., et al. Geologic map of the Forsyth 30x60-minute quadrangle, eastern Montana. Scale 1:100,000. Butte, Mt. : Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Open-file report no. 425, pub. 2001. OCLC: 48460903
Vuke-Foster, Susan M., et al. Geologic map of the Lame Deer 30x60-minute quadrangle, eastern Montana. Scale 1:100,000. Butte, Mt. : Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Open-file report no. 428, pub. 2001. OCLC: 48460906
Vuke-Foster, Susan M., et al. Geologic map of the Powderville 30x60-minute quadrangle, eastern Montana. Scale 1:100,000. Butte, Mt. : Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Open-file report no. 429, pub. 2001. OCLC: 484609
Wilde, Edith M., and Porter, Karen W. Geologic map of the Harlowton 30x60-minute quadrangle, central Montana. Scale 1:100,000. Butte, Mt. : Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Open-file report no. 433, pub. 2001. OCLC: 48460924
iGage. All topo maps : Nevada. 6 computer optical discs, original 1:24,000 and 1:250,000. Salt Lake City, Utah : iGage, pub. 2000, 7th ed. OCLC: 48374914
Sanborn Map Company. Digital Sanborn maps [Nevada], 1867-1970. Ann Arbor, Mich. : Bell & Howell Information and Learning, 2001. Web address (subscription required): http://sanborn.umi.com/. Includes most of the fire insurance maps of Nevada produced by the Sanborn Map Company from the mid-1880s to around 1950. OCLC: 48448282
Priest, George R. Digital reissue of tsunami hazard maps of coastal quadrangles originally mandated by Senate bill 379 (1995). 1 computer optical disc, original scale 1:24,000. Portland, Or. : Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries, Open file report no. O-00-05, pub. 2000. OCLC: 48491800
PACIFIC COAST STATES
Coop's Maps. California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, & Hawaii : Coop's roadmap guide to volcanoes. Scale ca. 1:2,400,000. Flagstaff, AZ : Coop's Maps, pub. 2001. ISBN: 188491337 OCLC: 48509458
Coop's Maps. Pacific Coast and Hawaii : Coop's roadmap guide to railroads and railroad museums. Scale ca. 1:3,300,000. Flagstaff, AZ : Coop's Maps, pub. 2001. ISBN: 1884913385 OCLC: 48496798
iGage. All topo maps : Utah. 7 computer optical discs, original 1:24,000 and 1:250,000. Salt Lake City, Utah : iGage, pub. 2000, 8th ed. OCLC: 48374947
Mattox, Stephen R. Geologic map of the Moroni Peak quadrangle, Wayne County, Utah. Scale 1:24,000. Salt Lake City, UT : Utah Geological Survey Miscellaneous publication no. 01-5, pub. 2001. OCLC: 48470902
Tilton, Terry L., and Sable, Edward G. Geologic map of the Alton quadrangle, Kane County, Utah. Scale 1:24,000. Salt Lake City, UT : Utah Geological Survey Miscellaneous publication no. 01-4, pub. 2001. OCLC: 48470537
Puget Sound Regional Council. Travel demand model link-level output for the central Puget Sound region. 1 computer optical disc, original scale not given. Seattle, Wash. : Puget Sound Regional Council, pub. 2001. OCLC: 48473158
Womble, Kathryn, et al. Early Washington maps : a digital collection. Website at Washington State University, Pullman, launched 2001. A digitized collection of maps spanning three hundred years of exploration and settlement in the Pacific Northwest. Access: http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/xmaps.html OCLC: 48420889
iGage. All topo maps : Wyoming. 7 computer optical discs, original 1:24,000 and 1:250,000. Salt Lake City, Utah : iGage, pub. 2000, Version 4.2. OCLC: 48374933
Contents: The map covers the whole Maya World area, including the Mexican states of Tabasco, Chiapas, Campeche, Yucatan, and Quintana Roo, and the countries of Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador and parts of Honduras. It shows freeways, toll roads, principal and secondary highways, rural roads and tracks, road distances; railways, ferries, almost all of the area's archaeological, natural, and colonial sites (most of them with name), caves, spas, recommended beaches, museums, beautiful haciendas, national parks, other sites of interest; gas stations and towns of touristic interest.
The map also comes with a 48-page booklet with an introduction to the history of the area, extensive illustrated information about many of the archaeological sites, and an extensive place and sight index. Retail price: US$ 8.95.
Contents: Detailed tourist map of the areas Center-Zona Rosa-Jardines del Bosque and Tlaquepaque; shows all sights of interest in the area, museums, hotels, theaters, consulates, gas stations, parking facilities, and tram lines.
The map comes with a 24-page booklet with tourist information and photos, including information on sights in the surroundings and a street index. Retail price: US$ 7.95.
These maps should be available soon through our authorized North America Distributors Treaty Oak (Austin, TX - www.treatyoak.com, Map Link (Santa Barbara, CA -www.maplink.com, or our new distributor Giron Books (Chicago, IL - www.gironbooks.com. for more information please visit Quimera Editores Website: www.geocities.com/quimeramaps.
Perlman, David, 2001. South Bay Quake Map Shows Risks: Portions of Santa Clara County Subject to Slides, Liquefaction. San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 28, p. A27, A29.
2001. Interior Department Bars Access to Internet Site. New York Times, Dec. 8, p. A11.
The web site for the Map and Geography Round Table (American Library Association) has recently moved to: http://magert.whoi.edu. A redirect page at the old site will help users navigate to the new location until bookmarks and links are adjusted.
MAGERT would like to thank David Allen for his excellent work developing and hosting the original site.
Comments and suggestions for the new site are welcome. Please contact:
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Here is the new URL for the information on registration, etc., for the Spring 2002 meeting of the Western Association of Map Libraries: http://www.sdc.ucsb.edu/waml
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