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Geography and Mathematics.
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IMaGe Silver Jubilee

December, 2010

Front matter:  December, 2010.
Editorial Board, Advice to Authors, Mission Statement
Patterns, Maps, and Fractals:
The Case of United Kingdom Historical Data Sets

Sandra L. Arlinghaus and Michael Batty
Mapping It Out! A Contemporary View of Burgess's
Concentric Ring Model of Urban Growth
Sandra L. Arlinghaus and Daniel A. Griffith
The Quest to Save Honey: 
Tracking Bee Pests Using Mobile Technology

Diana Sammataro and Sandra L. Arlinghaus
Google Earth:  A Platform for Open Data
Roger Rayle
The Perimeter Project, Part 4:
Connections:  Scholarly Multi-tasking in a Mobile Virtual World
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Sandra L. Arlinghaus and William E. Arlinghaus
Solstice Archive


Solstice:  An Electronic Journal of Geography and Mathematics
Volume XXI, Number 1
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,
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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 25 years of IMaGe:

Allen K. Philbrick | 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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