The 19th International Cartographic Conference
took place in Ottawa, Canada, 14–21 August 1999.
Proceedings of the conference can be found here (external link) (only works when opened within the browser).
The conference hosted the 11th General Assembly of the ICA.Minutes (in English an French)
Barbara Petchenik Award
Too see all exhibited maps, please visit the Winner Map Collection at the Carleton University Library.
Nikola Zlatanov (7), Bulgaria
Emmanouil Kopanezos (11), Greece
Jósef Bodor (11), Hungary
Kamila Sojka (12), Poland
Barry Thierno Hamidou (14), Guinea
Mika Hayashi + Nagisa Kawasaki (14), Japan
Elizabeth Böhmer (15), Sweden
Natalia Vadillo (15), Argentina
|Temenujka Bandrova||Bulgaria||3D cartographic modelling in city environment|
|Roshanak Darvishzadeh||Iran||Semiautomatic change detection for updating large scale spatial databases|
|Alick Mwanza||Zambia||Geographic targeting for poverty alleviation in Nigeria: a GIS approach|
|Maxim Nyrtsov||Russia||Mathematical planetary cartography basis for nonspherical celestial bodies|
|Patrick Ogao||Kenya||Visualisation of urban growth using temporal cartographic animations|
|Romina Plastina||Argentina||Changes analysis of land uses in an area of Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Dragan Stojanovic||Yugoslavia||Cartographic visualisation and animation of the dynamic geographic processes and phenomena|
|Yongping Zhao||China||Metadata standard architecture based on digital earth|
To see details and results of the orienteering event, please visit our orienteering page.