Cartographic Citations: A Style Guide, Second Edition

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Item Number: 
978-0-8389-8556-4
Published: 
2010
Publisher: 
MAGIRT
Pages: 
32
Width: 
8 12"
Height: 
5 12"
Format: 
Softcover
  • Description
  • About the Authors

Cartographic Citations: A Style Guide, Second Edition is the most thorough citation guide to the spectrum of cartographic works available and will aid authors and scholars in crediting specialized resources overlooked by general citation guides.

Readers will find in the new edition a greatly updated and expanded section on electronic spatial data including entirely new entries for GIS data, real-time online maps and interactive online maps. In addition, the breadth of cartographic items covered include not just standalone print maps, but maps printed in periodicals and books, cross sections, facsimiles, relief models, globes, and aerial photographs. Every entry of the 1992 first edition was revisited by the authors, resulting in a completely revised reference work.

Christine Kollen

Christine Kollen is the Data Curation Librarian at University of Arizona. She also has responsibility for developing and managing digital projects, such as Arizona Geospatial Data and Maps, collection development and reference for GIS and Maps. She is the 2011 recipient of the Honors Award by ALA Map and Geospatial Information Round Table.

Wangyal Shawa

Tsering Wangyal Shawa is GIS and Map Librarian at Princeton University and recent recipient of the ICT Rowell award supporting Tibetan research.

Mary Lynette Larsgaard

Mary Lynette Larsgaard is Librarian Emeritus of the UCSB Libraries. She was formerly Assistant Head and then Head of the Map and Imagery Laboratory, Davidson Library, University of California at Santa Barbara. She has published extensively in the field of cartographic resources in libraries, most notably Map Librarianship: An Introduction, now in its third edition. Her specialties are cataloging/metadata creation, and collection development and other aspects of twentieth-century and more recent topographic and geologic maps.