Tag Archives: The British Cartographic Society

Changing Landscapes

“In the beginning, the land was soft”, thus began the first talk of the British Cartographic Society’s Symposium. By William Cartwright, the words relate the ‘feel’ of Australia before ‘lines’ (fences, roads, and railways) snaked their way into and across … Continue reading

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Maps for Changing Reality

The programme is published and booking system live, for the British Cartographic Society (BCS) – Society of Cartographers (SoC) Conference. There are plenty of interesting talks, workshops and debates scheduled, and as the blurb says: come and join with mapmakers, … Continue reading

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Second Edition

It was the best of sunny Highgreen that saw the launch of the second edition of the publication last Sunday. Aside from the story of the invention of contour lines – and lots of images – there’s a short piece … Continue reading

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