GeoVISTA members participate in the International Cartographic Conference

The GeoVISTA Center was well-represented at the International Cartographic Conference, held in Santiago, Chile, from November 15th-21st.

GeoVISTA graduate student Robert Roth presented his paper, "A workflow learning model to improve geovisual analytics utility," which was co-authored by fellow grad student Craig McCabe and GeoVISTA director Alan MacEachren.

GeoVISTA Research Associate Anthony Robinson presented his paper, "Visual Highlighting Methods For Geovisualization."

GeoVISTA Faculty Associate Cynthia Brewer presented her paper, "Evaluating Generalizations Of Hydrography In Differing Terrains For The National Map Of The United States," and was also part of a team that took second place in the Globes and Atlases category for the Census Atlas of the United States.

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