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Customizable Maps of Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Peru, and Ecuador

By Martin W. Lewis | March 15, 2016 |

Dear Readers,
As it is taking longer than expected to distribute all of the GeoCurrents customizable maps, I have decided to expedite the process. As a result, I have not done anything with the maps that I am making available in today’s post other than color in the provinces, regions, states, etc. of the countries in questions, which are Mexico, Argentina, …

Bill Rankin’s Innovative Maps

By Martin W. Lewis | March 6, 2012 | 3 Comments

Another cartographic treasure-trove is found in Bill Rankin’s Radical Cartography. The site includes the most detailed demographic mapping that I have ever encountered. Rankin’s San Francisco Bay Area ethnicity map, a small portion of which I have posted here, is extraordinary: one dot for every 20 people! Areas of racial segregation and of racial mixing are clearly evident on the …

Map of Landlocked Countries

By Martin W. Lewis | November 7, 2010 | 4 Comments

Many students are surprised at how few of the world’s sovereign states are landlocked, without access to the sea. The map above depicts the landlocked realm, leaving out the micro-states that cannot be seen at this scale of resolution. Luxemburg is visible on the map – although just barely – but Andorra, San Marino, and

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