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 www.avenza.com/MPcomp/2002.