Published: Jan. 21, 2021

Peter Anthamatten, Associate Professor and Chair of Geography and Environmental Sciences, recently published his latest book, How to Make Maps:  An Introduction to Theory and Practice of Cartography. The goal of How to Make Maps is to equip readers with the foundational knowledge of concepts they need to conceive, design, and produce maps in a legible, clear, and coherent manner, drawing from both classical and modern theory in cartography. This book is appropriate for graduate and undergraduate students who are beginning a course of study in geospatial sciences or who wish to begin producing their own maps.