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Treating Time in Atlases: James Meacham

Treating Time in Atlases: James Meacham

James Meacham, InfoGraphics Lab, University of Oregon

Discussion of Archaeology and Landscape in the Mongolian Altai: An Atlas, Atlas of Yellowstone, and Atlas of Wildlife Migration: Wyoming's Ungulates

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Nathaniel V. KELSO

October 10, 2014
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  1. Atlases and Time: A Panel Discussion on the Treatment of

    Time in Atlases James E. Meacham InfoGraphics Lab Department of Geography University of Oregon NACIS 2014 – Pittsburgh, PA
  2. Atlases and Time: A Panel Discussion on the Treatment of

    Time - Bison Story: Multi-scale, both temporal and spatial, group and individuals - Teton Sheep – combining historic and modern data sets - Use of historic maps - Use of historic journals for retracing routes - Representing historic and future modeled climate data
  3. Bison Story – over centuries, decades, annual, and seasonal

  4. Bison Story – Time seasonal movement of individuals

  5. Time Series – Small Multiples (Spatial-Temporal Context) Wikipedia – 1870s

  6. Time Series – Introduction Story – annotated map and Graph

    with Population change, events, and management
  7. Seasonal Movement – Bison at herd level NY Times

  8. Bison Seasonal Movement – individual animal and data points J

    Meacham
  9. Bison Seasonal Movement – individual animals and data points

  10. Representing Historic and Current Data

  11. Representing Historic and Current Data - Atlas of Wildlife Migration

  12. Teton Sheep 211’s Seasonal Migration Story - elevation NPS

  13. Coincidence of GPS-collared Teton Big Horn Sheep and GPS-located Backcountry

    Skiers NPS Greg Collins, climbing.com
  14. Historic Maps – Atlas of Yellowstone

  15. Raynolds, 1860 Washburn, 1869 Delacy, 1865 Historic Maps Hayden-Bechler 1872

  16. Historic Maps in Science History – Atlas of Yellowstone

  17. Historic Maps in Science History – Atlas of Yellowstone

  18. Historical Journals – Tracing routes from journal entries

  19. Climate Change – Representing modeled data – Atlas of Yellowstone

  20. Climate Change – Representing modeled data

  21. Acknowledgments Atlas of Yellowstone W. Andrew Marcus, Ann Rodman, Alethea

    Steingisser, Stuart Allan, Ross West Contributions by: 100+ topic experts and 30+ cartographic/GIS staff and students Publisher: University of California Press Atlas of Wildlife Migration: Wyoming’s Ungulates Wyoming Migration Initiative Matt Kauffman, Hall Sawyer, Alethea Steingisser William Rudd, Matt Hayes, Emilene Ostlind Lauren Tierney, Megen Brittell, Emily Nyholm, Riley Champine Topic Expert and Contributors Archaeology and Landscape in the Mongolian Altai: An Atlas Esther Jacobson-Tepfer, Gary Tepfer Publisher: Esri Press