GEOG 160
Mapping Our Changing World

3.5 Bibliography


Muehrcke, P. and Muehrcke, J.O. 1992: Map Use: Reading, Analysis, and Interpretation. 3rd edition. Madison, WI: JP Publications.

Slocum, T., McMaster, R., Kessler, F. and Howard, H.H. 2009: Thematic Cartography and Visualization. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Brewer, C. & Suchan, T., (2001). Mapping census 2000: The geography of U. S. diversity. U. S. Census Bureau, Census Special Reports, Series CENSR/01-1. Washington, D. C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Chrisman, N. (2002). Exploring geographic information systems. (2nd ed.). New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Monmonier, M. (1995). Drawing the line: Tales of maps and cartocontroversy. New York: Henry Holt and Company.

Roberts, S. (1994). Who we are: A portrait of America based on the latest U.S. census. New York: Times Books.

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U.S. Census Bureau (1996). Federal expenditures by state for fiscal year 1995. Retrieved May 9, 2006, from

U.S. Census Bureau (2005). American FactFinder Retrieved July, 19, 1999, from

U.S. Census Bureau (n. d.). American FactFinder Retrieved August 2, 2012, from

U.S. Census Bureau (2008). A Compass for understanding and using American Community Survey data: What general users need to know. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington DC, 2008.