Map Gallery Results

Analytic Presentation Map
First Place
Title: Correcting Imagery to Make More Accurate Models in GIS
Authors: Donna Selch, Mark Rochelo & Dr. Caiyun Zhang
Organization: Florida Atlantic University
Second Place
Title: Protecting Los Angeles County’s Scenic Ridgelines
Authors: Martha Selig
Organization: Los Angeles County Department of Regional Planning
Third Place
Title: Landslide Susceptibility and Element at Risk Assessment
Authors: Azadeh Ramesh
Organization: GeoBC, Decision Support Section, Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations

ArcGIS Pro Map
First Place
Title: Geologic map of the Alamosa 30' x 60' quadrangle, south-central Colorado
Authors: Ren A. Thompson, Ralph R. Shroba, Michael N. Machette, Christopher J. Fridrich, Theodore R. Brandt, and Michael A. Cosca
Organization: U.S. Geological Survey
Second Place
Title: Another One Rides the Bus
Authors: Cory Whittaker and Joe Gregory
Organization: Valley Metro RPTA
Third Place
Title: 2012 Presidential Election Results
Authors: Kyle Wikstrom
Organization: Pro-West & Associates

Instructional Map
First Place
Title: Identifying Potential Cave/Karst Features Using LiDAR
Authors: Carl Beyerhelm
Organization: USDA - Forest Service
Second Place
Title: Using Collector for ArcGIS to Manage Habitat Restoration
Authors: Camille Lill
Organization: HELIX Environmental Planning, Inc.
Third Place
Title: Utilizing Drones: Data Acquisition to Finished ProductsS
Authors: Donna Selch & Mark Rochelo
Organization: Florida Atlantic University

Large Format Printed Map
First Place
Title: Hydrographic Mapping of the Matanuska-Susitna Basin in South Central Alaska
Authors: Jim Depasquale
Organization: The Nature Conservancy
Second Place
Title: Surficial Geology of Morris County, Kansas
Authors: John Dunham, Robert Sawin, Ronald West, Richard Jarvis, and R. Zane Price
Organization: Kansas Geological Survey
Third Place
Title: Transportation Map of the State of Vermont - Map No. 1
Authors: Johnathan Croft
Organization: Vermont Agency of Transportation

Map Series or Atlas
First Place
Title: Jeffco Outdoors Map Series
Authors: Robert Thayer, Katie Matthews, Rob Johnson and the Jeffco Open Space Map Update Team
Organization: Jefferson County Open Space
Second Place
Title: Alaska Road & Recreation Atlas
Authors: Benchmark Maps
Organization: Benchmark Maps
Third Place
Title: Midpen Open Space District Vision Plan and Accompanied Conservation Atlas
Authors: Casey Hiatt, Michele Childs, Jodi McGraw, John Montgomery, Amanda Kim and Deborah Mills
Organization: Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District

Most Unique Map
First Place
Title: Visualization Tool - Scenario Planning Enhanced with 3D GIS
Authors: Ping Wang and Tuo Sun
Organization: Southern California Association of Governments
Second Place
Title: The Tiny Map Experiment
Authors: Stephen Smith
Organization: Mapsmith
Third Place
Title: Rainforest Rivers of the Outer Olympic Coast
Authors: Daniel E. Coe
Organization: Washington Division of Geology

People's Choice Map
First Place
Title: GIS Based Investment Management Systems
Authors: Özgenç USLU and Hamid AKKUŞ
Organization: General Directorate of Highways ( Karayolları Genel Müdürlüğü)
Second Place
Title: LASAN: Protecting Public Health and the Environment
Authors: Jennifer-Ann R. Geronca, Oscar Figueroa, and Jose Lozano
Organization: City of Los Angeles Sanitation
Third Place
Title: The Tiny Map Experiment
Authors: Stephen Smith
Organization: Mapsmith

Small Format Printed Map
First Place
Title: Campbell Geosystems Portfolio
Authors: Clifton Campbell
Organization: New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation
Second Place
Title: Feather River West Levee Project - Groundwater Monitoring Program
Authors: Jeanette Priest, GISP, Angelica Mercado, and Julie Reische
Organization: Wood Rogers
Third Place
Title: Environs of Franconia College
Authors: Mark Denil

Story Map
First Place
Title: Ten Things to Know About EPA's Clean Power Plan
Authors: Halil Cakir, Liz Naess, and Jan Cortelyou-Lee
Organization: US EPA
Second Place
Title: Discovery
Authors: Carl Reim
Organization: Polar Geospatial Center
Third Place
Title: Measuring the Impact of Sea Level Rise on NASA's Wallops Flight Facility
Authors: Sara Lubkin
Organization: Loudoun County, Virginia

Student Map—Up to Age 12
First Place
Title: The Effect of Dissolved Oxygen and Nitrate Levels on Organisms in the Carmans River
Authors: Samantha Hmelovsky
Organization: Sunrise Drive Elementary School
Second Place
Title: Water pH…Friend or Foe
Authors: Adam Berghardt
Organization: Lincoln Avenue Elementary School, Sayville UFSD
Third Place
Title: Idaho History Sites
Authors: Brylee Smith
Organization: Madison Middle School

Student Map—Ages 13–18
First Place
Title: Geospatial Analysis of Hydrofracturing Activities Related to Human Health Outcomes in the Marcellus Shale Region
Authors: Caitlin Gormley
Organization: Sayville High School, Sayville UFSD
Second Place
Title: Potential Spread of Zika Virus into the United States
Authors: Rachel Melton
Organization: Science Office, Loudoun County Public Schools
Third Place
Title: Rerouting the Iditarod
Authors: Henry Hall & Lauren Granata
Organization: Science Office, Loudoun County Public Schools

Student Map—Post–Secondary
First Place
Title: Air Operations Planning Map Series
Authors: Michael Clementz
Organization: University of Minnesota
Second Place
Title: Enchanted Rock State Park Map
Authors: Lauren Kirk
Organization: Austin Community College
Third Place
Title: In Solidarity with #ConcernedStudents1950
Authors: Sophia Garcia

User Applications
First Place
Title: Script for Grouping Polygons through Accumulated Magnitudes
Authors: Carlos Delgado
Organization: Unidad de Planificación Rural Agropecuaria (UPRA)
Second Place
Title: Mapping the Health Workforce
Authors: Jene Grandmont, Mark Carrozza, David Grolling, Claire Meehan, Jennifer Rankin, Michael Topmiller
Organization: American Academy of Family Physicians
Third Place
Title: University of Maryland Interactive Campus Web Map
Authors: Taylor Keen, Marut Tangtrongwanit, Priyanka Goja, Sean Phelan
Organization: University of Maryland

Use of an API in a Map
First Place
Title: University of Maryland Interactive Campus Web Map
Authors: Taylor Keen, Marut Tangtrongwanit, Priyanka Goja, and Sean Phelan
Organization: University of Maryland
Second Place
Title: 2016 Riverside County Homeless Outreach
Authors: Emily Lee
Organization: Riverside County
Third Place
Title: Texas Coasts
Authors: Daniel Gao, Laura Wisdom, Jeff Perkins, Jordan King, and Lance McIlhany
Organization: Texas General Land Office

Best Cartography
Title: Visualization Tool - Scenario Planning Enhanced with 3D GIS
Authors: Ping Wang and Tuo Su
Organization: Southern California Association of Governments

CartoSiG
Title: Tracy Arms-Ford Terror and Chuck River Wilderness Map
Authors: Robert Francis, Kevin Kolb, and Matthew Tharp
Organization: USDA - Forest Service
Title: Narrowboat on the Llangollen Canal
Authors: Doug Cain
Organization: Fort Collins
Title: The Arctic – A GEOINT Perspective
Authors: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

ICA and IMIA Excellence in Cartography
Title: UNICEF: Unless We Act Now
Authors: Blue Raster LLC
Title: Surficial Geology of Morris County, Kansas
Authors: John Dunham, Robert Sawin, Ronald West, Richard Jarvis, and R. Zane Price
Organization: Kansas Geological Survey