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February 19, 2013
Esri User Conference to Highlight More than 700 Maps

Redlands, Calif., Feb. 12, 2013—Esri announced Map Gallery submissions for the 2013 Esri International User Conference, July 8–12, in San Diego, CA are now open. At last year’s event, the company featured more than 700 maps from users around the world and across virtually every industry. All submitted maps are considered for one of several cartographic awards and are screened for possible publication in an upcoming edition of the Esri Map Book. Following are a few of last year’s winners:

  • Jesse Nett of the USDA Forest Service (Best Overall Winner)
  • Jeannett Phillips of the Chickasaw Nation (UC People’s Choice Award Winner)
  • David Frank of the City of Santa Clarita (Most Unique)

Map Gallery submissions close on May 31.

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