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ICC 2001

The 20th International Cartographic Conference took place in Beijing, China, 6–10 August 2001.

 

Proceedings

Proceedings of the conference can be found here (external link).

 

International Cartographic Exhibition

The international jury consisted of:

  • Li Li
  • Ferjan Ormeling
  • Fan Yi
  • Vladimir Tikunov
  • Sjef van der Steen
  • Alexander Wolodtschenko
  • Fan Jingsheng
  • Timothy Trainor
  • Ron Furness
  • Eva K.-Blum
  • Menno-Jan Kraak
Topographic maps Sheet 15, Antwerpen, of the new digitally produced topographic map series 1:50,000 of Belgium, NGI, Belgium
Nautical charts and bathymetric maps Bathymetry of Lake Ontario, NOAA, USA
Geological maps Geological map of Russia and adjacent areas, Russia
Urban maps Top Swiss Erlebniskarte St. Moritz, Switzerland
Satellite Image Maps Landscape map of the Karkonosze National Park, Poland
Recreation and orienteering maps Mapa Excursionista Gavarnie-Ordesa, Spain
Atlases The National Physical Atlas of China, China
Globes Illuminated Political Globe (in Chinese and English-language versions), China
Other National Geographic “Millennium in maps” map supplements (esp. Biodiversity), USA

IHO Map Exhibition Award: The Jury of the IHO map exhibition award consisted of Radm Giuseppe Angrisano (IHB President,Chairman), Ron Furness (Chairman of the ICA Commission on Marine Cartography), Harold Moellering (Chairman of the ICA Commission on Spatial Data Standards), Wang Jinfu (Depity-Director of the Maritime Safety Administration of China) and Michel Huet (IHB Professional Assistant for Cartography). The winner was the Maritime Safety Administration, China.

 

Barbara Petchenik Award

Too see all exhibited maps, please visit the Winner Map Collection at the Carleton University Library.

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Kristóf Bársony (8)
Hungary

Wake up, Man! Perhaps It Is not too Late!

winning map

 
Ankita Lamba (11)
India

Save the Earth

winning map

 
Jacqueline C Camargo (11)
Brazil

Sauver la Terre: preserver l'environment aujourd'jui, c'est assurer la vie demain

winning map

 
Saba Sameti (11)
Iran

Save the Earth

winning map

 
Michaela Klimentova (12)
Slovakia

Untitled

winning map

 
Patricia Lan (12)
Canada

Save the Earth

winning map

 
Bonnie Ras (14)
South Africa

Save the Earth

winning map

 
Stelios Petrakis (15)
Greece

Untitled
by Rachelle Domingo, Michael Estalilla, Argielica Jumarang and Catherine Ambicki

winning map

 

Travel Awards

Left to right: F Ormeling, F Olufunmilayo Akinyemi, Cecilia Oka, and B Rystedt.

Left to right: F Ormeling, F Olufunmilayo Akinyemi, Cecilia Oka, and B Rystedt.

Richard Olomo Nigeria The impact of human factors on the retrieval of information presented with cultural symbols on Nigerian Topographic maps
Cecilia Oka Brazil The production and use of tactile maps in Sao Paulo, Brazil. An overview and perspectives
Felicia Akinyemi Nigeria Geographic targeting for poverty alleviation in Nigeria: a GIS approach
Xuejuan Sun China Balancing tourism and conservation in the Tianmu Shan biosphere reserve, China

 

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