An Electronic Journal of
Geography and Mathematics


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Small Hive Beetle, Animaps:  Focus on Hawaii

Diana Sammataro and Sandra L. Arlinghaus

Animated Steiner Trees

Sandra L. Arlinghaus

Global Singularity
In Memory of David Barr:  IMaGe participant, colleague, and friend.

Sandra L. Arlinghaus

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2.  Editorial Board, Advice to Authors, Mission Statement
3.  Awards



  1. Quaestiones Geographicae, Special Issue.
  2. Chene Street History Project.
  3. Spatial Mathematics:  Theory and Practice Through Mapping. Sandra L. Arlinghaus and Joseph Kerski, (2013), CRC PressLinked video.  Published July 2013, 
  4. The work above is the first volume in a series of books to be published by CRC Press in its series "Cartography, GIS, and Spatial Science:  Theory and Practice."  If you have an idea for a book to include, or wish to participate in some other way, please contact the series Editor, Sandra L. Arlinghaus.
  5. Virtual Cemetery with William E. Arlinghaus; an ongoing project that continues in development run in the virtual world in parallel with the trust-funded model of a real-world cemetery.


Solstice:  An Electronic Journal of Geography and Mathematics
Institute of Mathematical Geography (IMaGe).
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Solstice was a Pirelli INTERNETional Award Semi-Finalist, 2001 (top 80 out of over 1000 entries worldwide)

One article in Solstice was a Pirelli INTERNETional Award Semi-Finalist, 2003 (Spatial Synthesis Sampler).

Solstice is listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals maintained by the University of Lund where it is maintained as a "searchable" journal.

Solstice is listed on the journals section of the website of the American Mathematical Society,
Solstice is listed in Geoscience e-Journals
IMaGe is listed on the website of the Numerical Cartography Lab of The Ohio State University:
Ulrich's lists online journal availability for full text sources:
  • Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries
    • Open Access Digital Library, 01/01/1990-
  • Directory of Open Access Journals
    • Directory of Open Access Journals, 1990-
  • EBSCOhost
    • Academic Search Complete, 12/01/2006-
    • Academic Search R&D, 06/01/2006-
  • Geoscience e-Journals
    • Geoscience e-Journals, 1990-
  • HEAL Link
    • Hellenic Academic Libraries Link, 1990-
  • Multiple Vendors
    • Freely Accessible Science Journals, 1990-
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology
    • National Institute of Standards and Technology Virtual Library, 1990-
  • Universitätsbibliothek Regensburg
    • Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek - Frei zugängliche E-Journals, 1990-
  • 中国教育图书进出口公司 (China Educational Publications Import & Export Corporation)
    • Socolar, 2004-2010

Abstracting and Indexing Databases:
Review posted on Ulrich's site:

An interesting example of a privately issued electronic journal. As described in the mission statement of the journal, "The purpose of Solstice is to promote interaction between geography and mathematics." Articles are scholarly in presentation, with clear illustrations and charts. A number of the articles are written by the editor; the editorial advisory board lists individuals from throughout the country. Libraries should review and consider adding this to their collection of electronic journals. 
ML 11-15-1997

Library of Congress Number:  G70.23
Dewey Decimal System Numbers:  526, 510.

Congratulations to all Solstice contributors.
Remembering those who are gone now but who contributed in various ways to Solstice or to IMaGe projects, directly or indirectly, during the first 28 years of IMaGe:

Allen K. Philbrick  Alma S. Lach   Donald F. Lach | Frank Harary | William D. DrakeH. S. M. Coxeter | Saunders Mac Lane | Chauncy D. Harris | Norton S. Ginsburg | Sylvia L. Thrupp | Arthur L. Loeb | George Kish
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