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The Awards > The NGS New Mapmaker Award 2001-2004

The National Geographic Society New Mapmaker Award
This award is open to those people who have been engaged in the preparation of maps for up to two years, including college students and new employees in commercial firms or government. Mapping can utilise Cartography, Geomatics, and/or GIS.
The award comprises a prize, certificate and the BCS will pay for one years membership to the society. The award is being run by The British Cartographic Society with the continuing support of National Geographic Society.

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2004

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Donna Watkin, Oxford Brookes University
Modern cartographic methods as a key to understanding land use in Drayton St Leonards: 1793 - 2003


2003

WINNER

Esme Farewell, Oxford Brookes University
Cambridge for Children

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Naomi Carter, Oxford Brookes University
Hastings


2002

WINNER

Edward Merritt, Oxford Brookes University
An Assessment of the Effectiveness of Paraline Diagrams for Mapping the Urban Environment

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Jo-Ann E. Burke, University of East London
Using GIS to map trails for Ecotourism in the Northern " Safe" Zone of Montserrat


2001

WINNER

Laura Stewart, University of Edinburgh
Can Geographical Information Systems be used to Propose Areas for Storage of Floodwater?

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Jonathan Poulton, Oxford Brookes University
The London Underground Map

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