Nathaniel V. Kelso
Cartographer, The Washington Post

Post Mapping: Deadlines and Mashups
Wednesday March 3, 2010
4:00-5:00PM
Mackay Science Building, Room 215
Open to the Public

Nathaniel Vaughn Kelso has worked at The Washington Post since 2005. He creates maps and programs with interactive graphics for the print and online editions in a deadline-driven journalism environment. He is also project manager and chief evangelist for NaturalEarthData.com, a free source of world vector and raster GIS maps. Nathaniel was lured to DC as an intern and, later, staff cartographer at National Geographic Maps where he researched wall maps and collaborated on the 8th edition Atlas of the World.
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Supported by the Department of Geography, University of Nevada College of Science, and the Mountain Desert Research Committee

Wednesday, Jan 27, 2010
4-5:00pm
Mackay Science, Room 321

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