2018 IMAGIN MAP GALLERY COMPETITION


Sponsored by North Arrow Technologies, the IMAGIN Map Gallery for 2018 was completely revamped and included two online categories in addition to the tradition printed map gallery categories.  Judging in the online categories of Story Maps and Online Mapping Applicaion was performed by the Map Gallery Planning Team the weak prior to the conference, and the judging panel selected the winners of the Cartographic Design and Analytic Presentation categories as part of the IMAGIN Conference on June 19th, 2018.  Winners received a framed certificate and a $50 gift card for their efforts.  

2018 Map Gallery Judges
   James Rutherford - North Arrow Technologies
   John Nelson - Esri
   Scott Swan - Northwestern Michigan College 
   Keith Rikli - Drone View Technologies (Alternate)



2018 Map Gallery Planning Team

   Thomas Van Bruggen Terry Zahniser
   Shawn Baldwin Scott Swan
   Ariana Toth Janet Mocadlo
   Melissa Salich Diane O'Connell
   Keith Rikli

2018 IMAGIN Map Gallery Results

Printed Map Gallery Competition
All printed maps entered in the map gallery competition are eligable for the Cartographic Design, Analytic Presentation, and Peoples Choice Awards.  Map submissions are not required to select a category and the judging panel is allowed to select from any of the entrants a winner for the judged awards.  The Peoples Choice award is selected by conference attendees during the annual conference.  
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1st Place - Cartographic Design
LIAA - Award Accepted by Paul Riess

The Clinton River Water Trail Paddling Guide Book


1st Place - Analytic Presentation
SEMCOG - Delores Lee Muller and Sirisha Uppalapati

The 30 Year Demographic Shifts: SEMCOG 2045 Regional Development Forecast

Peoples Choice Winner
Amy Gilley - Middle Tennessee State University
Bridges Over Troubled Waters

Additional Map Gallery Entrants - Listed Alphabetically by Last Name

 

Keri Blough - City of Novi
City of Novi Street Map & Fire Districts

Dr. Stacy Leroy Daniels - Benzie County River Improvement COmpany
Crystal Lake Watershed with Bathymetry of Crystal Lake

Kate Keeley - University of Michigan
Cheboygan River Watershed

Troy Rosencrants - University of Michigan - Flint
EDA University Center Region

Nicholas Weil - RS&GIS - Michigan State University
Red Cedar River Flood Mapping - February 2018

 

Story Map Competition 
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1st Place - Story Map Competition
City of Farmington Hills Parks
A Story Map by Matt Malone, City of Farmington Hills


Honorable Mention - Story Map Competition
CUPPAD Activities
A Story Map by Rawan Alhabbal, CUPPAD


The Following Story Map Submissions are listed in Alphabetical Order by Last Name and the order does not indicate any position or scoring
Historic Brattonsville
A Story Map by Wendy Dorman, Eastern Michigan University
Muskegon's Art, Architecture & Gardens
A Story Map by Nathan Hollenbeck, Muskegon County GIS

West Michigan Russ Mawby Signature Service Project 2018
A Story Map by Nathan Hollenbeck, Americorps, Muskegon Urban Safety Corps

TAP Projects, Locations and Status
A Story Map by Mark Jones, SEMCOG

Dire Wolf Injury Heat Mapping
A Story Map by Kate Keeley, UCLA

Julie's Improbable Flight
A Story Map by John Nelson, Esri

   
Online Mapping Application Competition
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1st Place - Online Map / Application Category
Southeast Michigan ParkFinder
SEMCOG - Chad Misiuk


The following Online Interactive Map / Mapping Application Submissions are listed in Alphabetical Order by Last Name and the order does not indicate any position or scoring
San Francisco Drug Crimes and Population Deomographics
Amelia Baird - Central Michigan University

Note: Application was internally viewed only
City of Hastings Riverside Cemetery
Ed Dempsey - Prein & Newhof

Sustainability is Central
Adam Gallaher - Central Michigan University

Note: Application was internally viewed only
2018 Road Construction Projects
Aaron Verhelle - Oakland County Road Commission



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