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Tuesday, October 15
 

7:00pm

Tuesday Night Meetup
Just got in town and want to meet some fellow NACites? Come to 7 Seas Brewing and sample one of their many beers or non-alcoholic offerings.  7 Seas is about a 15 minute walk south of the Hotel Murano in a historic brewery building.

Tuesday October 15, 2019 7:00pm - 9:00pm
7 Seas Brewing 2101 Jefferson Avenue
 
Wednesday, October 16
 

8:00pm

Welcome Reception and Map Gallery Opening
Have a drink and a light snack in the Map Gallery while chatting with your fellow map makers and enthusiasts.  Browse the student and professional maps and posters on display and get an early start on deciding which Student Projects you'll vote for!

Student Map and Poster Competition
A geologic map of Mars
Eleanor Lutz, University of Washington

A Humanitarian Approach to Human Migration: Cartographic Renderings and Ruminations
Samantha Carr, Harvard University

A topographic map of the moon
Eleanor Lutz, University of Washington

A Walk in the Cairngorms
Josie Myers, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness
Carl Churchill, Arizona State University

Agricultural Suitability
Stats Wong, Centre of Geographic Sciences (NSCC)

Agriculture Suitability
Thomas Zuberbuehler, Centre of Geographic Sciences (NSCC)

Alberta Land
Alex McPhee, University of Alberta

American Samoa
Melissa Collin, Humboldt State University

An Orbit Map of the Solar System
Eleanor Lutz, University of Washington

Ancient Oldgrowth Forest Removal In The Tongass National Forest
Sean Fleming, Humboldt State University

Asking the Right Questions: A Closer Look at Toxic Sites and Theory in the Field
Chelsea L. Cervantes de Blois, University of Minnesota, Twin-Cities

Bicycles in America: A Cyclone of Safety Takes America By Storm
Timothy Prestby, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Borderline Invisible? A Guide to Saint Paul's Municipal Boundary
Henry McCarthy, Macalester College

Cancer rates and the Population in San Diego California
Emma Hinten, Ohio University

Crossing the Mediterranean
Alicia Iverson, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Flying Bluenose
Thomas Zuberbuehler, Centre of Geographic Sciences (NSCC)

Free Movement: an exploration of accessible thoroughfares for persons with ambulatory disabiities
Shiloh Deitz, University of Oregon

Golden Horseshoe Greenbelt
Stats Wong, Centre of Geographic Sciences (NSCC)

Grateful Dead: Europe '72
Bernard Cowen, University of Oregon

High Park Fire
Karen Zeeb, University of Washington

Journey to Winning the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup
Julia Olson, University of Oregon

Mapping a deadly fungus: Using GIS, remote sensing, and ArcPy to track the 1999 Cryptococcus gattii outbreak on Vancouver Island
Emily Acheson, University of British Columbia; and Peter Whitman, Eleni Galanis, Karen Bartlett, Sunny Mak, Brian Klinkenberg

New Glasgow, Pictou, and Surrounding Area
Stats Wong Centre of Geographic Sciences (NSCC)

New Mexico
Riley Buoen, Humboldt State University

Peggy's Cove and Surrounding Area
Thomas Zuberbuehler, Centre of Geographic Sciences (NSCC)

Places of Worship on Prince Edward Island
Aaron Jackson, Centre of Geographic Sciences (NSCC)

Queer Spaces of Rome
Quint Migliardi, Humboldt State University

Terrain of the Rocky Mountains
Grace Hall, Humboldt State University

The Auto Industry's influence on Detroit's population
Sujit Lakshmikanth, Schoolcraft College, & ESRI MOOC

The Coachella Valley
Gilbert Trejo, Humboldt State University

The Master's Map
Alicia De Jong, University of Washington-Tacoma; and Rachel Saunders, Nika Kerr, Greg Mireles

The Mythic Landscape of Snowdonia
Carl Churchill, Arizona State University

Yellowstone National Park: Headwaters of an Idea
Justin Menke, University of Oregon 



Map Gallery Entrants
3D Model of Japan
Neil Allen, Benchmark Maps; and Summit Terragraphics

A Biomorphic Map of London Localities
Erik Steiner, Stanford University; and Nicholas Jenkins, Stanford University

A History of Tribal Territories in Montana
Amelia Hagen-Dillon, Cairn Cartographics 

A Wisconsin Experience
Ellie Milligan, University of Wisconsin-Madison 

Ancient Mig'Maq Pathway Trail and Canoe Route, New Brunswick, Canada
Jeff Clark, Clark Geomatics

Atlas of Yellowstone Second Edition
Alethea Steingisser, InfoGraphics Lab, University of Oregon; and Andrew Marcus, James E. Meacham, Justin Menke, Ann Rodman, P. William Limpisathian

Automating Data Processing For Multi-scale Text Mapping
Andrei Kushkin, Texas State University; and Alexander Savelyev

Bellingham Parks - Trails Roads Recreation
Charles Kitterman, Square One Map Company / Green Trails Maps

Borderline
Tim Meko The Washington Post; and Laris Karklis, Joe Fox, Ann Gerhart

Bottom Complexity Grid of Carmel Bay, California
Alyssa Dykman, Public Policy Institute of California

Cascade Contour Series
David Medeiros Stanford Geospatial Center

Chart Showing the Location, Distribution & Coloration of the Squirrel Population of the Central Park, Collected From an Actual Survey in October of 2018 and Published in the Spring of 2019, Compiled and Written by the Squirrel Census for the Purpose of Visually Sharing Results From Central Park‚ First Comprehensive Count of Squirrels
Nathaniel G. Slaughter IV, Central Park Squirrel Census

Community Engagement through Three-dimensional (3D) Mapping
John Wolf, U.S. Geological Survey

Flowing Forms
Daniel Coe, Dan Coe Carto

Globe Pyrography
Jeremy Goldsmith

Green Trails Maps SX Series
Nathaniel Douglass, Green Trails Maps

Hart Mountain Country
Gabriel Rousseau, Bureau of Land Management;  and Mapping Sciences - BLM Oregon State Office, Data Resource Management - USFS Region 6

Hilton Head Island – Custom Nautical Antique Map 
Mike Powers, Maps.com

JMAC Community Asset Mapping Project
Adriana Abramovich, City of Tacoma; and Kevin Bogue (GIS Intern, COT), John Laughery (GIS Coordinator, MetroPark)

Kennebago Lakes Paddle
Josie Myers, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Kent in 1970
Jennifer Mapes, Kent State University; and Christopher Willer

Lafayette
Victoria Johnson, Lafayette Geographic Bureau; and Stephen Nordin

Lighthouses of Casco Bay, Maine
Tara Schwenzfeier

Madison and Vicinity: A Tangible Map Quilt
Robert Roth, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Chelsea Nestel, Joseph App, Monica Cloutier, Chenxiao Guo, Melanie Kohls, Jackson Lodermeier, Ellie Milligan, Pete Nielsen, Catherine Palm, Emily Pettit, Megan Roessler, Nick Underwood, Genevieve Vahl

Map Showing the Geogr

Wednesday October 16, 2019 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Pavilion BC
 
Thursday, October 17
 

5:30pm

Fun Run & Walk
Get some exercise and explore some of Tacoma in the Sixth Annual Fun Run & Walk!  Routes will be available (with maps, of course) for both runners and walkers in this casual social event.

Thursday October 17, 2019 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Rotunda

6:30pm

NACIS Night Out
NACIS Night Out is one of the premier social events of our annual meeting.  Relax with your mapping buddies and peers and make new friends and connections. This year we'll be at the cool and quirky Swiss Restaurant and Pub.  Dinner and a drink are included in the registration price.

Thursday October 17, 2019 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Swiss Restaurant and Pub 1904 South Jefferson
 
Friday, October 18
 

12:00pm

Lunch Bunch
Join fellow NACIS members for lunch on Friday!  We're reserving tables at a few nearby restaurants, with each one led by a veteran NACIS member to talk about anything that comes up.  A great opportunity for first-timers or those who want to network or be social.  Sign up sheets will be available at the registration desk on Thursday - sign up by 10:00 on Friday to get a seat in the restaurant you like!

Friday October 18, 2019 12:00pm - 1:45pm

9:00pm

Geodweeb Geopardy!
Take part in an entertaining NACIS tradition as Dennis McClendon channels host Art Fleming in a carto-oriented version of the TV show Jeopardy!  Join a team by signing up at the registration desk for your chance at winning some fabulous mappy prizes.  Or join the audience to cheer the players when they get a tough one right, or good-naturedly heckle them when they blow it.

Friday October 18, 2019 9:00pm - 10:30pm
Pavilion Room D