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Map Showcase

Welcome to the Geographic Techniques Map Showcase page!  This is where you can view many of our past and current cartographic creations.  Please note that we have decided not to pursue the printed map option due to high overall cost and printer reliability issues.  Instead, we are excited to offer these maps as digital downloads free of charge!  Our free printer-ready downloads (PDF's) will allow you to closely examine each map on any electronic device and print them on your own.  Scroll down to view and download our available maps.

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A Physical Geography of The Driftless Area

1st Edition (2024).

The "Driftless Area" refers to a region in the American Midwest, primarily encompassing parts of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, and Illinois, that was not significantly affected by the last glacial period. The Driftless Area features rugged terrain, steep hills, and unique geological formations, making it distinct from the surrounding landscape. When printed, it would be handsome addition to any home or office wall.

PDF 24" x 36" 600 Dpi (41Mb)

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Physical Geography of
Door County, WI

1st Edition (2020).
 
Map highlights the physical geography, geology, lake bathymetry, and other natural features across beautiful Door County.  When printed, it would be handsome addition to any home or office wall.

PDF 24" x 36" 600 Dpi (11Mb)

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Land Management Areas in Southwest Wisconsin


2nd Edition (2015).

Map highlights the physical geography, land types, and land management areas across southwest Wisconsin.  When printed, it would be handsome addition to any home or office wall.

PDF 18" x 24" 600 Dpi (14 Mb)

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Pleistocene Geology of Dane County, Wisconsin


1st Edition (2020).

Enhanced from the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey's original document (B095), this map illustrates the significance of glacial landscapes and land type associations across Dane County,  including diagrams and cross sections that show the striking differences between glaciated and unglaciated regions of the county.

 

PDF 24" x 36" 600 Dpi (15 Mb)

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