Cartography

Cartography

The Haunted Birmingham Alabama Story Map – Part Two

Published October 30, 2013 by Lori Page
As I mentioned in part one of our series, I’m new to GIS, Esri technology, and everything geospatial. Researching haunted places? Piece of cake. Taking pictures of haunted places? So easy! Working with ArcGIS Online as a first-time user to put all [...]

Cartography How to – Trees! (Part 3)

Published February 28, 2013 by GISi George
By Jonah Adkins, GISP Part Three: Symbolizing Vegetation Data Using the samples of vegetation in maps from part one, and the newly gathered and created data from part two, we can now display the data within the map using symbology. Part three will [...]

Cartography How to – Trees! (Part 2)

Published February 27, 2013 by GISi George
By Jonah Adkins, GISP Part Two: Gathering and Preparing Vegetation Data There are several types of vegetation data available to most map creators. These can range from highly desirable tree inventory points and remotely sensed polygonal areas from [...]

Cartography How to – Trees!

Published January 2, 2013 by GISi George
By Jonah Adkins, GISP In the process of creating a cartographic product, there are several layers one must show to give the viewer an idea of the landscape. Boundaries of land and bodies of water provide the background for which to add layers. Next,[...]

Cartography How To: Rhumb Lines

Published November 6, 2012 by GISi George
By Jonah Adkins Skill Level: Moderate to Advanced Rhumb Lines are generally found on antique navigational charts. From any point on flat-projected map they can provide bearing or course across the map frame. In the example below, the cartographer u[...]