By Charlie Frye, Esri Chief Cartographer
The Esri Map Book has become an annual must-have collectors item for Esri International User Conference attendees and GIS users alike. The twenty-third volume of the Esri Map Book showcases the innovative and inspiring accomplishments of GIS users around the world. The true excitement of this book lies in the discovery of which maps have made it from the 2007 Esri International User Conference Map Gallery into publication. More than 100 full-color maps are featured from distinct industry categories such as cartography, environmental management, government, natural resources, planning and engineering, tourism, transportation, and utilities. Each map is presented with an insightful description of how it was produced or used. The maps were hand selected by Jack Dangermond, the book edited by Michael Law, and designed by Doug Huibregtse.
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Map Book Vol. 23 is available for purchase at the Spatial Outlet bookstore in the San Diego Convention Center from August 4-7. It will be available for purchase online at http://store.esri.com/esri/ after the Esri International User Conference ends.