Lucinda M. Hall, Editor
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Electronic Version - Part 12, December, 1997. To be included in a future print version of the "Information Bulletin."
1.1 1998 Spring Meeting of the Western Association of Map Libraries
2. New maps, books, etc.
2.1 New Mapping of Western North America compiled by Ken Rockwell
2.2 Articles of interest
2.3 Internet resources
3. Meetings and other educational opportunities
3.1 Upcoming International Conferences, Seminars, Talks, etc.
4. Contributors to this issue
5. The Western Association of Map Libraries
The 1998 Spring Meeting of the Western Association of Map Libraries will be held at Stanford University from March 25 through March 28, 1998. Hosted by the Branner Earth Sciences Library, the diverse program will include nine discussion sessions and presentations featuring thirteen speakers on a variety of topics of current interest. Besides the program and business meetings, there will be a dinner banquet, a Friday lunch, and a field trip.
Those interested in learning more about ArcView GIS can sign up for either a pre-conference or a post-conference workshop, during which Angela Lee from ESRI will be offering hands-on demonstrations. Topics will include the spatial analyst extension; government data sources such as DEMs, DOQ, and DLGs; the Street Map extension; the Internet Map Server, and a demo of the 3-D analyst.
Information on the preliminary program and housing can be found on the following web site http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/branner/ wamlmtg.html.
We will continue to update this web site to provide additional information for this spring WAML event. Please feel free to call (650) 725-1103 or e-mail to Charlotte Derksen (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Phil Hoehn (email@example.com) or Jean Kan (firstname.lastname@example.org) (after 1/16/98) for any other information. Registration forms will be mailed to WAML members in mid-January.
We, the staff from Branner Earth Sciences Library, are looking forward to seeing you on this festive occasion.
Bie, Scott W. Map showing rock sample localities, Livengood quadrangle, Alaska. Four maps, scales 1:250,000 and 1:63,360. USGS Open-file report 97-446, pub. 1997. OCLC #37969694
Light, Thomas D., and Lee, Greg K. Distribution and occurrence of gold-bearing samples in the Livengood quadrangle, Alaska. Scale 1:250,000. USGS Open-file report 97-484-C, pub. 1997. OCLC #37991403
McCammon, Richard B. Map showing mineral resource potential of the Livengood quadrangle, Alaska. Scale 1:250,000. USGS Open-file report 97-484-B, pub. 1997. OCLC #37976749
Weber, Florence R. Generalized geologic map of the Livengood quadrangle, Alaska. Scale 1:250,000. USGS Open-file report 97-484-A, pub. 1997. OCLC #37916083
Gem Trek Publishing. Recreational map Kananaskis Country : Spray Lakes & Canmore Region. Scale 1:50 000. Calgary, Alta. : Gem Trek Publishing, 1996. OCLC #37913895
Billingsley, George H. Geologic map of the Mount Logan quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. Scale 1:24,000. USGS Open-file report 97-426, pub. 1997. OCLC #37973142
Billingsley, George H. Geologic map of the Mount Trumbull NW quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. Scale 1:24,000. USGS Open-file report 97-488, pub. 1997. OCLC #37869193
Billingsley, George H. Geologic map of the Poverty Spring quadrangle, northern Mohave County, Arizona. Scale 1:24,000. USGS Open-file report 97-493, pub. 1997. OCLC #37880028
Yates, Richard. 1997-1998 Arizona atlas & data book : an economic, demographic & political view of the Grand Canyon State. 1 atlas (64 p.), scale not given. Eugene, OR : Public Sector Information, Inc., 1997. OCLC #37964578
Beck, Alan H., et al. Columbia fun maps, mapping the gay and lesbian world: San Francisco, San Jose & Russian River. Scale not given. New York : Columbia FunMap Corp., 1997. OCLC #37923855
California Division of Mines and Geology. State of California seismic hazard zones : south half of the San Francisco North and part of the Oakland West quadrangles, official map. Scale 1:24,000. Effective April 7, 1997. Sacramento : California Div. of Mines and Geology, 1997. OCLC #37971209
Yerkes, R. F., and Campbell, Russell H. Preliminary geologic map of the west half, Los Angeles 60-degree x 30-degree quadrangle. Scale 1:100,000. USGS open-file report 97-483, pub. 1997. OCLC #37999294
Barnum, Bruce E., et al. Geologic map of the Texas Mountain quadrangle, Rio Blanco County, Colorado. Scale 1:24,000. USGS Miscellaneous field studies map MF-2321, pub. 1997. OCLC #37912931
Trails Illustrated. La Garita, Cochetopa Hills, Colorado. Scale 1:66,667. Evergreen, Colo. : Trails Illustrated, 1997. OCLC #37920456
Trails Illustrated. South San Juan, Del Norte, Colorado. Scale 1:66,667. Evergreen, Colo. : Trails Illustrated, 1997. OCLC #37920534
U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region. Pawnee National Grassland land and resource management plan, Fall 1997. 4 maps, scale 1:200,000. Denver, Colo. : Regional Office, 1997. OCLC #37952680
U.S. Bureau of Land Management. Montana recreation guide. Scale 1:1,000,000. Billings, MT : USBLM, 1997. OCLC #37986427
Oregon Dept. of Transportation. 1996 traffic flow map : Oregon state highway system. Scale ca. 1:1,100,000. Salem, Ore.: Oregon Dept. of Transportation, 1996. OCLC #37923864
2.2 Articles of interest
2.2.1 California Geology. November 1, 1997, v. 50, no. 6
WAML Officers as of July 1, 1997
Robert Sathrum, President
Humboldt State University
Arcata, CA 95521
Linda Zellmer, Vice President/President Elect
Noble Science Library
P.O. Box 871006
Tempe, AZ 85287-1006
Sue Haffner, Secretary
Henry Madden Library
California State University, Fresno
Fresno, CA 93740-0034
Muriel Strickland, Treasurer
2465 Baja Cerro Circle
San Diego, CA 92019
Yvonne Wilson, Past President
Gov. Pubs & Microforms Dept.
PO Box 19557
Irvine, CA 92713
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