Commission on Mountain Cartography

PAPERS — Taurewa, New Zealand

Papers, Abstracts and Presentations

Mountain and Glacier Mapping

Designing Photo-Realistic and Abstract Mountain Maps for a 3D Mapping Study
Paper (2.8 MB) | Presentation (3.0 MB)
Authors: Matevž Domajnko, Mojca Kosmatin Fras and Dušan Petrovic,
University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

A New Digital Terrain Model for the Tasman Glacier, New Zealand, using Digital Photogrammetry Techniques
Paper (3.0 MB) | Presentation (2.5 MB)
Authors: Sebastián Vivero1, Pascal Sirguey2, Sean Fitzsimons1 and Alvaro Soruco3,
1Department of Geography, 2School of Surveying, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand; 3IGEMA, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, La Paz, Bolivia

Cartographic Depiction and Visualisation of Alpine Glacier Changes in Western Canada
Paper (5.4MB) | Presentation (6.4 MB)
Author: Roger Wheate, University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, BC, Canada

Mountains Unseen: Developing a Relief Map of the Hawaiian Seafloor
Paper (6.3 MB) | Presentation (3.7 MB)
Author: Tom Patterson, US National Park Service, Harpers Ferry, WV, USA

The NAGI Fusion Method: A New Technique to Integrate Color and Grayscale Raster Layers
Paper (1.5 MB) | Presentation (3.6 MB)
Authors: Rajinder S. Nagi, Aileen R. Buckley, Esri, Redlands, CA, USA


Usability and Cognition

Panoramic Maps – Evaluating the Usability and Effectiveness
Paper (2.9 MB) | Presentation (3.6 MB)
Authors: Mario Spengler and Stefan Räber, Institute of Cartography and Geoinformation,
ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

Multi-Modal Exploration of Rugged Digital Terrain on Mobile Devices
Paper (0.4 MB) | Presentation (1.3 MB)
Authors: Antoni Moore1 and Mariusz Nowostawski2, 1School of Surveying, 2Department of Information Science, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Putting Emotions in Maps – The Wayfinding Example
Paper (0.6 MB) | Presentation (3.1 MB)
Author: Georg Gartner, Institute of Geoinformation and Cartography, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria

Decomposing Cartographic Artifacts – Concept, Design and Realization of a Numismatic Exhibition

Paper (2.7 MB) | Presentation (1.7 MB)
Authors: Karel Kriz and Alexander Pucher, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria


Professional and Personal Mapping

The Holy Mountain, Pilgrims, and a Map
Paper (7.8 MB)
Author: Peter Howorth, Friends of Mount Athos

The Trampers' Map of the Tararua Mountain System, 1936

Paper (3.4 MB) | Presentation (2.0 MB)
Author: Geoff Aitken, NewTopo (NZ) Ltd, Pohara, Nelson, New Zealand

"Argentina 500K" Atlas
Paper (12.1 MB) | Presentation (2.6 MB)
Author: Carlos Osvaldo Nelson, Instituto Geográfico Nacional, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Designing Raster Base Maps with Photoshop
Paper (1.8 MB) | Presentation (2.0 MB)
Author: Roger Smith, Geographx Ltd, Wellington, New Zealand

New Topographic Mapping
Paper (0.9 MB) | Presentation (1.5 MB)
Author: Geoff Aitken, NewTopo (NZ) Ltd, Pohara, Nelson, New Zealand

Relief Mapping and Geomorphology
Paper (3.3 MB) | Presentation (3.0 MB)
Author: Roger Smith, Geographx Ltd, Wellington, New Zealand


Abstracts

Glacier Variations in High Asia: Research Projects at the Institute of Cartography, TU Dresden
Abstract (1.0 MB) | Presentation (13.0 MB)
Authors: Benjamin Schröter, Tino Pieczonka, Nicolai Holzer, Juliane Peters, Tobias Bolch,
Jan Kropáček, Manfred Buchroithner, Institute of Cartography, Technische Universität, Dresden, Germany

Historical Maps as Source for Glacier DEM Reconstruction
Abstract (0.3 MB) | Presentation (11.2 MB)
Authors: Samuel Wiesmann, Aline Brüngger, Roland Schenkel, Andreas Sidler and Lorenz Hurni, Institute of Cartography and Geoinformation, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

Horizons Regional Council Flood Plain Mapping Project and LiDAR Overview
Abstract (1.9 MB) | Presentation (32.2 MB)
Author: Andrew Steffert, Horizons Regional Council, Palmerston North, New Zealand

Needs, Concepts and Realization of a Mountain Compliant Mobile Smartphone Application
Abstract (0.1 MB) | Presentation (2.5 MB)
Authors: Karel Kriz and Manuel Illmeyer, Department of Geography and Regional Research, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

User Interaction and Design Issues for the Tyrolean Avalanche Warning Center Portal
Abstract (0.1 MB) | Presentation (1.8 MB)
Authors: Karel Kriz, Manuel Illmeyer and Michaela Kinberger, Department of Geography and Regional Research, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

Maps at National Geographic Magazine
Abstract (0,1 MB) | Presentation (21.3 MB)
Author: Martin Gamache, National Geographic Magazine, Washington D.C., USA

Create Your Own Terrain Maps
Abstract (0,1 MB) | Presentation (12 MB)
Authors: Nathaniel V. Kelso and Michal Migurski, Stamen Design, San Francisco, CA, USA


Extra Presentations (not published in the proceedings)

Yosemite National Park, El Capitan: A climbing route map
Presentation (9.8 MB)
Author: Martin Gamache, National Geographic Magazine, Washington D.C., USA

Americans on Everest: 50 year anniversary
Presentation (39.2 MB)
Author: Martin Gamache, National Geographic Magazine, Washington D.C., USA

Stamen is a design and technology studio in San Francisco, California
Presentation (21.6 MB)
Author: Nathaniel V. Kelso, Stamen Design, San Francisco, CA, USA

Cartography beyond the Planimetric – Alaska Trek, Hang Son Doong, and El Capitan
Presentation (90 MB)
Author: Martin Gamache, National Geographic Magazine, Washington D.C., USA

Texture Maps with Photoshop
Presentation (2.0 MB)
Author: Roger Smith, Geographx (NZ) Ltd, Wellington, New Zealand

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