Join the quest to hunt down cartographic phantoms across the state, starting with these examples close to Elkhart Lake, the location of the 2022 Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference.
Deconstructing a recent Apple Watch ad.
How long does it take to tell the story of maps and mappers from prehistoric times to the present? As it turns out, approximately forty years. Inside UW recently published a celebratory article documenting the …
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has a new Rustic Roads interactive map highlighting these unique rural roadways.
How to create customized geospatial PDFs with layer controls.
Google’s My Maps tool is an easy way to make a simple web map. In this posting, My Maps is used to make a web map of unincorporated communities in Kewaunee county.
The History of Cartography Project has launched a new online video series to celebrate publication of “Cartography in the European Enlightenment” (Volume 4 of the “History of Cartography”).
The oldest relief model in Science Hall, Edwin Howell’s 1875 “Grand Canyon of the Colorado and Southern Cliffs of Utah,” has been restored using conservation techniques.
The Wisconsin DNR maintains a very nice page with links to countywide trout stream maps. Both black & white and color maps are available that show the location and stream classification. The DNR page also contains direct links to online interactive maps for additional stream information.
The angular difference between the geographic and the magnetic meridians at a point on the earth is called magnetic declination. The values for magnetic declination in Wisconsin vary today from -4.0° in Door County to +1.5° in the west-central part of the state. While these values are not as great as the +20° declination in Seattle, Washington, they are still of concern to surveyors, map makers and navigators, and others who use maps or compasses.