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The Awards > The NGS New Mapmaker Award 2010

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 The National Geographic Society. Details of NGS Awards in Mapping

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WINNER
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Michael Graves from Kingston University, London
Road to the World Cup South Africa 2010

The Judges considered this to be a colourful, lively and innovative entry and a worthy winner of the Award despite some areas where further improvement could be made to the format and presentation. Notwithstanding this, the map provides a dramatic representation of the data available.


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Kathryn Hutchings, Tom Hill, Tom McEvoy and Oliver Ringwood University of Portsmouth
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