John C. Sherman - Bibliography
John C. Sherman - Bibliography
M.A. Thesis: The Dutch West Indies. Clark University, 1943.
Ph.D. Dissertation: Precipitations of Eastern Washington. Two volumes. University of Washington, 1947.
"Preparation of Geography Teachers," Education 69 (September 1948): 3-8.
"Sustained Yield Forestry in the Puyallup Valley, Washington," Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers 11 (1940): 19-22.
"The Poultry Industry," chapter 21, pp. 378-386 in O. Freeman and H. Martin. Pacific Northwest. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1954.
"Maps the Blind can See," Journal of Geography 54/6 (September 1955): 289-295.
(with Waldo R. Tobler) "Multiple Use Concept in Cartography," The Professional Geographer 9/5 (September 1957): 5-7.
(with W.R. Heath) "Cartographic Expression in Geography," The Professional Geographer 10/5 (September 1958): 22-24.
(with W.R. Heath). "Problems in Design and Production of Maps for the Blind," pp. 52-59 in The Second International Cartographic Conference. Institut für Angewandte Geodäsie, Series II, No. 3. 1959.
(with W.R. Heath). "Preliminary Proposal regarding a National Cartographic Institute," pp. 81-85 in The Second International Cartographic Conference. Institut für Angewandte Geodäsie, Series II, No. 7. 1959.
"New Horizons in Cartography: Functions, Automation and Presentation," International Yearbook of Cartography I (1961): 13-19.
"The Role of Cartography in Area Development," Topographic Division Bulletin, United States Department of Interior, Geological Survey. 1961.
"Recognizing and Meeting the Map Requirements of the Population Explosion in Western United States," Topographic Division Bulletin, United States Department of Interior, Geological Survey.
(with Laai Yi-Faai and Franz Michael) "The Use of Maps in Social Research: A Case in South China", The Geographical Review 52/1 (January 1962): 92-111.
"Terrain Representation and Map Function", Technical Publication Number 1, Cartogra-phy Division of the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, September 1962.
"Accumulation of Geographic Data Through Remote Sensing Technique," Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Remote Sensing. Ann Arbor: Infrared Laboratory, Institute of Science and Technology, February 1963.
"Terrain Representation and Map Function," International Yearbook of Cartography 4 (1964): 20-24.
"Current Map Resources and Existing Map Needs for the Blind," Surveying and Mapping 24/4( December 1965): 611-616. [Reprinted as "Needs and Resources in Maps for the Blind," The New Outlook for the Blind 59/4 (April 1965): 130-134.
(with Gerald Greenberg) "Design of Maps for Partially Seeing Children," International Yearbook of Cartography X (1970): 111-115.
"Topography and Submarine Mountains: A Special Problem of Terrain Representation," Surveying and Mapping 32 /3 (September 1972): 341-347. [Reprinted in Internatio-nal Hydrographic Review, 1973].
"The Challenge of Maps for the Visually Handicapped," Proceedings, International Symposium on Computer Assisted Cartography, AUTO-CARTO II, Washington, D.C.: American Congress of Surveying and Mapping, 1976.
"Graphic and Word Communication for the Visually Handicapped," Proceedings, Fourth Annual Conference on Systems and Devices for the Disabled, Seattle, WA, 1977.
"The Cartographic-Remote Sensing Interface," RSEMS-Remote Sensing of the Electro-Magnetic Spectrum, Association of American Geographers, vol.5, no.3, May 1979.
(with Eugene Turner). "The Construction of Tactual Maps," The American Cartographer 13/3 (July 1986), pp. 199-218.
"Interview," The American Cartographer 14/1 (January 1987): 75-87.
"G.Donald Hudson, 1897-1989," Annals of the Association of American Geographers 81/3 (September 1991): 515-518."
(with H.H. Martin) "World Outline" , Palo Alto: Pacific Books, 1949.
"United States Outline". Palo Alto: Pacific Books, 1949.
"Pacific Northwest " [outline and base map]. 1949.
"Topography of the Columbia Basin". 1950.
"The Pacific Northwest." Classroom Wall Map. Chicago: Denoyer Geppert Co., 1952 and 1957.
(with W.R. Heath). "University of Washington Arboretum." Seattle: Craftsman Press, 1952.
"Seattle-Tacoma International Airport," [A relief model in color]. Constructed for the Port of Seattle, 1953.
Series of 30 maps for C.Jones and Preston James (eds.). American Geography Inventory and Prospect. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press for Association of American Geographers, 1954.
(with W.R. Heath) "Seattle and Vicinity," [Five color map 48" x 84"] Seattle: Balch and Fritzner Map Division, 1955.
"State of Washington", Washington State Survival Plan Studies Vol I. Seattle: University of Washington, 1956.
[Fifteen maps] for HRAF-39, Mongolian Peoples Republic (Outer Mongolia). New Haven, Connecticut: Human Relations Are Files, 1956.
Five three-color maps for The Amnye Ma-Chhen Range and Adjacent Regions, by J.F. Rock. Rome: Instituto Italiano Per Il Medio ed Estremo Oriente. 1956.
"Mouth of the Columbia River," Map in three colors in Chinook Point and the Story of Fort Columbia. Olympia: State Parks and Recreation Commission, 1957.
(with W.R. Heath) "Population of Washington State," 1957. Seattle: Washington State Census Board, 1957.
"State of Washington" (map), Evaluation of Air Pollution - State of Washington. Olympia: Washington State Department of Health and U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1957.
"Washington State Market Map," Seattle, WA: Hearst Advertising Service, 1957.
A series of five marketing maps, Seattle, WA: Hearst Advertising Service, 1957.
A series of nine maps, Illustrations for Empire of the Columbia. A History of the Pacific Northwest. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1957.
A series of sixteeen maps of the Olympic National Park. Trail Guide of the Olympic National Park. University of Washington Press, 1957.
"Ft. Simcoe to the Dalles," A relief model, constructed for the Washington State Park and Recreation Commisssion, 1958.
"The University of Washington Campus and vicinity," Seattle: University of Washington, 1959. Subsequernt editions, 1963, 1971, 1973, 1985, 1987
"Official Highway Map, State of Washington," Olympia, WA: Department of Highways and the Department of Commerce and Economic Development, April 1959.
[Eleven maps] for History and Government of the State of Washington, Seattle; University of Washington, 1960.
"Olympic Peninsula," Relief model, constructed for Olympic Park Natural History Association.
[Twenty-one map] for High Trails - Cascade Crest Trail Guide (with Helen Sherman). University of Washington Press, 1961.
"Official Map of King County," King County Engineer's Office, June 1961.
[150 maps] for Rhoads Murphey. Introduction to Geography, Chicago: Rand McNally, 1961. [2nd edition, 1966.]
(with Helen Sherman) [Series of sixteen maps] for Neal O. Nimes. Proving Ground - An Account of the Radiobiological Studies in the Pacific, 1946-1961. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1962.
(with Helen Sherman) [Series of four maps] for Geneva Lent. West of the Mountains. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1963.
(with Helen Sherman) "Olympic Peninsula". Relief models for Olympic Park Natural History Association, 1963.
(Co-editor with Jensen). The Pacific Northwest. Wall map. Chicago: Denoyer Geppert Company, 1964.
[Series of tree maps] for Peter Sugar. Industrialization of Bosnia and Hercegovina. Seattle: University Press, 1964.
(Co-editor with John D. Chapman) The United States and Canada. Oxford Regional Economic Atlas. Oxford, England: Claredon Press, 1967. [2nd edition, 1975.]
(with Helen Sherman). "PLAN-A-TRIP MAP: Alaska, Yukon, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Alberta," Edmonds: Alaska Northwest Publishing Co., 1974.
[3rd revised edition, Edmonds: Alaska Northwest Publishing Co., 1976; 4th revised edition, 1978.]
"Population distribution, Washington State, 1970." Compiled by Paul Berg and Stephen Johnson; supervised by John C. Sherman. Seattle, University of Washington, Dept. of Geography, 1974.
"Metropolitan Washington, D.C." (Experimental visual and tactual map for the visually impaired), Washington, D.C.: United States Geological Survey and Defense Mapping Agency, 1979.
(with Miles et all.). Atlas of Marine Use for the North Pacific, University of California Press, October 1982.
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