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Featuring the latest images taken by the Curiosity rover, many For the last decade, some of the most powerful stories have been produced by a new generation of 11 female photojournalists. These women share a commitment to storytelling that has Throughout history many gardens were designed expressly for nighttime viewing. In this role I also had the opportunity to aid graphic editors in cartographic design for magazine maps, and also had the opportunity to take more of a lead in designing maps for feature stories.

Recently, I was promoted to Production Cartographer, and now work on maps that appear in National Geographic books and atlases.

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I will also be working on cartography for map supplements aka the big fold out maps that appear in the middle of the magazine from time to time , and will contribute maps for magazine feature stories a few times per year. As advice to future cartographers, I recommend taking as many cartography and GIS courses as possible during your time as an undergraduate, but I also recommend diversifying your course load with human geography, history, and environmental studies courses.

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