Interview with a Celebrity Cartographer: Jim Meacham

  • Lauren Tierney
  • Jim Meacham
Keywords: interview

Abstract

James E. Meacham is a Senior Research Associate at the University of Oregon, and Executive Director and co-founder of the InfoGraphics Lab in the University’s Department of Geography. He received his MA in Geography from the UO in 1992, and has served as the president of NACIS. His interests include map and atlas design, and data visualization. He is a co-creator of the Atlas of Yellowstone (2012), Archaeology and Landscape in the Mongolian Altai: An Atlas (2010), and the Atlas of Oregon (2001). He teaches cartography courses at the University of Oregon. His current projects include the development of the Atlas of Wildlife Migration: Wyoming’s Ungulates.

Published
2015-06-17
How to Cite
Tierney, L., & Meacham, J. (2015). Interview with a Celebrity Cartographer: Jim Meacham. Cartographic Perspectives, (79), 71-76. https://doi.org/10.14714/CP79.1295
Section
Marginalia