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Avenza announces 2002 MAPublisher Map Competition Winners 08.09.2002

The competition showcased the quality and diversity of maps that can be produced with MAPublisher.

Avenza announced the winners of the 2002 MAPublisher Map Competition - a competition that showcases the quality and diversity of maps that can be produced with MAPublisher.

Summary of category winners

2002 Best Map Overall - Jana Seta Map Publishers Ltd., for ‘Road Atlas of Latvia’. 2002 Best Academic Map

Collection - Chris Jessee, IATH University of Virginia for ‘Great Bay, Boston’

2002 Best Academic Map Individual (Tie) - Michael Christensen, Brigham Young University for ‘Colorado River Basin’

2002 Best Academic Map Individual (Tie)- Greg Wolowich, Tim Wykes, Sir Sandford Fleming College for ‘Movement of Goods & Services from Canada into Ontario’

2002 Best General Purpose Map - Tim Parker, Department of Primary Industries, Water & Environment for ‘Tasman National Park’

2002 Best Geologic Map - USGS for ‘Geologic Map of the Yucca Mountain Region, Nye County, NV’

2002 Best Multimedia Map - Jeroen van den Worm, ITC for ‘The 1812 Campaign of Napoleon’

2002 Best Special Purpose Map (Tie) - Rudy Zangari, City of Toronto, for ‘Toronto Parks and Trails’

2002 Best Special Purpose Map (Tie) - Greg Tanaka, Barclay Mapworks Inc. for ‘San Mateo & Vicinity’

2002 Best Thematic Map - Martin Gamache, Boston Redevelopment Authority for ‘Fostering Transit Oriented Development in Boston’

2002 Best Topographic Map - Patrick Dunlavey, Pat Dunlavey Cartographics for ‘South Taconic Range’

2002 Best Transportation Map - Jana Seta Map Publishers Ltd. for ‘Road Atlas of Latvia’

Details of each map, the associated images and notable entries can be found on the company’s website at

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